Found in 203 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from Lumley & Lumley (Solicitors) to WSC, enclosing accounts for professional services, 1898-1906: Preparation of Wills, 1898 and 1902, £2 2s, Norwich Union life assurance policy, 1899-1905, £16 2s 2d, Loan from Norwich Union, 1901-1903, £31 12s 8d, Garron Towers Estate, 1903-1905, £5 11s 6d, purchase of 12 Bolton Street, 1905-1906, £24 17s 6d, and Dunlop Tyre Co., Ltd., 1906, £15 15s.
Letter from E Roderick Dew, Lewis and Lewis, Solicitors, London, to WSC, acknowledging receipt of his cheque for 148l 7s 2d, for professional services relating to Breach of Privilege Case, also cheque for 182l 12s for Cyril Asquith's fees.
Statement by Lewis and Lewis, Solicitors, of fees payable to Barristers, Terence O'Connor and Cyril Asquith for work on WSC's case before the Committee of Privileges, 182l 12s.
Letter from WSC to E Roderick Dew, Lewis and Lewis, Solicitors, sending cheques in settlement of legal bills (148l 7s 2d to Lewis and Lewis and 182l 12s to Cyril Asquith), for Breach of Privilege Case [carbon].
Report of allegations of record tampering against the Chief Presidency Magistrate of Calcutta [Sri Krishna Sinha] in a case of illegal selling of tickets for the Irish Sweep. Sent with CHAR 2/196/34-35.
Questions for the Secretary of State for India [Sir Samuel Hoare, later Lord Templewood] alleging malpractice against the Chief Presidency Magistrate of Calcutta, Sri Krishna Sinha. Sent with CHAR 2/196/34-35.
Newspaper cuttings: reports of allegations of malpractice against Sri Krishna Sinha, Chief Presidency Magistrate of Calcutta. Sent with CHAR 2/196/34-35.
Letter from WSC (Bangalore [India]) to "Mamma" [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he discusses the legal action to be taken over a fraud [perpetrated on them by James Cruickshank], comments on [Henry Dupre] Labouchere and [James] Welldon's opinions [about a scandal in the 4th Hussars in which WSC was implicated], describes his daily routine at Bangalore and says that he is looking forward to a shooting expedition with Hugo [Baring].
Letter from Lord Alfred Douglas (16 Draycott Place, [London]) to Patrick Hastings vehemently attacking his conduct of the defence in Douglas's action against the Morning Post and warning that all the issues will be raised again during his action against the Jewish Guardian. Typescript copy. Other copies at CHAR 2/127/17 & 20.
Letter from Lord Alfred Douglas (16 Draycott Place, [London]) to WSC challenging him to appear in the witness box to answer the questions Douglas will put when his against the "Jewish Guardian" is heard, enclosing CHAR 2/127/21 and reporting the results of the meeting which it advertised.
Letter from Sir Douglas Hogg [later 1st Lord Hailsham] (Haddo House, Aberdeen, [Scotland]) to WSC explaining why he does not think Lord Alfred Douglas should be prosecuted for criminal libel at present.
Part of a letter from [WSC] to Lord Balfour [earlier Arthur Balfour] congratulating him on the improvement in his health, stating his determination that Lord Alfred Douglas should be proceeded against for criminal libel, and sending Balfour the second volume [of "The World Crisis"] The central part of this letter is not present.
Letter from Lord Balfour [earlier Arthur Balfour] (Whittingehame, Prestonkirk, Scotland) to WSC thanking him for the second volume [of "The World Crisis"] and considering the prosecution of Lord Alfred Douglas for criminal libel and Douglas's ability to pay for another action.
Letter from Sir Archibald Bodkin, Director of Public Prosecutions, to WSC (2 Sussex Square) on a forthcoming meeting with Sir Richard Muir to discuss Muir's draft indictment [of Lord Alfred Douglas].
Letter from [WSC] to Sir Richard Muir, barrister (3 Temple Gardens, London) drawing his attention to the "improper and unjustified reference" in the Morning Post to the communiques on the Battle of Jutland. Carbon copy.
Letter from "Sunny" [9th Duke of Marlborough] (15 Great College Street, [London]) sympathising with him at having to be cross-examined and hoping that [Lord Alfred Douglas] gets sent to gaol.
Letter from Reginald Ward Poole (Lewis and Lewis, Ely Place, Holborn, [London]) to WSC (2 Sussex Place) congratulating him for having faced the trial [of Lord Alfred Douglas] and commenting that although Douglas's sentence was inadequate "it may stop a public nuisance.".
Letter from Walter Augustus (The Camp, Epsom, [Surrey]) to WSC congratulating him on the conviction of [Lord Alfred Douglas].
Letter from William Bennett-Dampier (Carlton Club, Pall Mall, [London]) to [WSC] attacking the speech of Cecil Hayes [defending counsel in the criminal libel trial of Lord Alfred Douglas] and congratulating him on Douglas's conviction.
Letter from J H Moore (Birksgate, Kirkburton, Huddersfield, [Yorkshire]) to WSC congratulating him on the restraint he showed [during the criminal libel trial of Lord Alfred Douglas].
Letter from Sir Felix Cassel (Putteridge Bury, Luton, [Bedfordshire]) to WSC congratulating him on the conviction of Lord Alfred Douglas, thanking him for helping to clear the name of his uncle [Sir Ernest Cassel] and agreeing that it would have been better if the trial had taken place when Sir Ernest was still alive.
Letter from G H Moore Browne (Tubber Patrick, Portstewart, [County Londonderry, Ulster, Ireland]) to [WSC] congratulating him on the conviction of Lord Alfred Douglas but criticising the sentence as too lenient. Praises WSC's escape from the Boers and recalls his own encounters with Lord Ronald Gower, Lord Alfred Douglas, Lord Randolph Churchill and Lady Randolph Churchill in Egypt and Italy, and the suicide of Macdonald. Hopes WSC will return to the Conservative fold.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.