Found in 490 Collections and/or Records:
Correspondents include Sir George Ritchie (2) on Constituency and Liberal Party affairs Other subjects include the General Election campaign.
Correspondents include: Sir George Ritchie (5) on Liberal Party, constituency affairs, honours and patronage; Dundee City Council (2) and the Ministry of Labour on unemployment among ex-serviceman in the city, including paper of Cabinet Committee on unemployment.
Correspondents include: Sir George Ritchie (9), on Liberal Party, constituency affairs and unemployment in Dundee; The City of Dundee Territorial Force Association and the War Office on the amalgamation of the 4th and 5th Black Watch.
Subjects include: Constituency affairs, particularly General Election campaign; Trade Union Act Amendment Bill; honours and patronage.
Letters and papers concerning the proposed purchase of the National Telephone Company. Letters from correspondents to WSC asking him to intervene including the Manchester Guardian Society for the Protection of Trade and the Manchester Home Trade Association.
Letters and papers concerning the proposed centralisation of the printing of County Court circulars in London. Includes letters to WSC from the Federation of Master Printers, R H & J Sharp, a Manchester printing firm and A Megan & Sons, a Manchester bookbinding firm who would be adversely affected by this proposal.
Political: Constituency: Oldham [Lancashire]: Correspondence and newspaper cuttings relating to the Trades Disputes Bill., 22 Apr 1903 - 22 May 1903
Correspondents include: John Clynes and A H Smethurst [Joint Secretaries of the Oldham Trade Union Law Committee](4).
Political: Constituency: Oldham [Lancashire]: correspondence and newspaper cuttings relating to WSC's attitude towards changes to Trade Union Law., 03 May 1902 - 31 Jan 1903
Correspondents include: John Clynes and A H Smethurst, Joint Secretaries of the Oldham Trade Union Law Committee (4).