Found in 203 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from WSC to Nicholl, Manisty & Co., on breach of copyright of article by WSC in a Canadian newspaper [carbon].
Letter from Nicholl, Manisty & Co. to WSC, on his Children's Settlement.
Letter from Nicholl, Manisty & Co. to WSC, on Lady Randolph Churchill's American Settlement.
Letter from Nicholl, Manisty & Co. to WSC, on assignment of royalties from The Life of Lord Randolph Churchill and The World Crisis, to his daughter, Mary Churchill [later Mary Soames].
Account from Lumley & Lumley for legal services, Apr-Dec 1924, showing balance in WSC's favour of £169 13s 7d.
Letter from Kenneth Brown, Baker, Baker, Solicitors, to WSC, on writ issued to Tillotsons Newspapers Ltd., proprietors of The Bolton Evening News, for alleged libel of WSC.
Letter from Kenneth Brown, Baker, Baker, Solicitors, to WSC, enclosing printed statement of his claim v. Tillotsons Newspapers, for comments in the Bolton Evening News, implying that he was a "cruel, exacting, selfish and intolerant person".
Letter from Kenneth Brown, Baker, Baker, Solicitors, to WSC, on settlement of his libel action v. The Bolton Evening News, sending cheque for £315 damages.
Letter from Tillotsons Newspapers Limited to WSC, apology for libellous remarks about WSC in The Bolton Evening News.
Letter from A C Fox-Davies, to WSC, apologies for his libellous article about WSC in The Bolton Evening News.
High Court Consent Order, showing the terms of the settlement between WSC and the "Bolton Evening News" over libel.
Account from Nicholl, Manisty & Co. for legal services in connection with action of Douglas v. The Morning Post Ltd., 1923, and also concerning articles published in Dundee newspapers and the Manchester Daily Despatch, 1924.
Letter from Nicholl, Manisty & Co. to Sir Edward Marsh, on WSC's position as a Trustee of Lord Thurso's Childrens' Settlement.
Account from Lumley & Lumley, Solicitors, for work on the Garron Towers Estate, and on WSC's Will 1921, £169 14s 8d.
Letter from WSC to Nicholl, Manisty & Co., asking them to obtain Counsel's opinion on his liability to Income Tax on his American income [carbon].
Copy of a letter from [Lord] Northcliffe [formerly Alfred Harmsworth] (22 St James' Place [London]) to WSC [concerning WSC's libel action against the Manchester Guardian] in which he expresses surprise that WSC has taken his and J L Garvin's criticisms personally, assures him that he has not been annoyed by WSC's criticisms of himself in Parliament and invites him to take a walk with him to "thrash the matter out". Top copy at CHAR 1/72/74. See also CHAR 28/117/26.
Copy of a letter from WSC (Board of Trade) to [Lord] Northcliffe [formerly Alfred Harmsworth] marked private in which he assures him that he does not believe that Northcliffe was involved in libellous statements made by the Manchester Courier, discusses the libel cases and recommends that he should talk to F E Smith [later Lord Birkenhead]. See also CHAR 1/72/75-76.
Copy of a letter from [Lord] Northcliffe [formerly Alfred Harmsworth] to WSC in which he says that he does not intend to discuss [WSC's action against] the Manchester Courier further and that he would like to avoid talking to F E Smith [later Lord Birkenhead] as Smith is acting against him.
Copy of a letter from WSC (Board of Trade) to [Lord] Northcliffe [formerly Alfred Harmsworth] informing him that his libel action against the Manchester Courier has been settled.
Letter from Sir George Lewis (Lewis and Lewis, Ely Place, Holborn [London]) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he says that he has had an interview with the solicitors acting for George Cornwallis-West over his bankruptcy and is going to discover whether the latter intends to cite Lady Randolph as a reason for his financial difficulties.
Public Record Office certified copy of the deed poll in which Lady Randolph Churchill renounced her claim to the surname Cornwallis West and reverted to using Lady Randolph Churchill.
Extract from the Registry of the Probate, Divorce and Admiralty Division of the High Court of Justice certifying the dissolution of the marriage between Lady Randolph Churchill and George Cornwallis West on grounds of adultery and desertion on the part of the latter.
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].