Found in 295 Collections and/or Records:
Minute from [Donald Fergusson] to [WSC] enclosing and summarising CHAR 2/167/45-47 and listing the objections to a scheme of unemployment insurance for agricultural workers.
Letter from Reginald Franklin (Ministry of Agriculture and Fisheries) to Donald Fergusson on the possible extent of unemployment among agricultural workers and the policy of the Labour Party on unemployment insurance in agriculture.
Minute from WSC asking for information on the extent of unemployment among agricultural workers, the policy of the Labour Party on unemployment insurance in agriculture and the difficulties of a separate scheme. Carbon copy at CHAR 2/167/49.
Minute by WSC asking for information about the feasibility of a separate scheme of unemployment insurance for agricultural workers, with reply by James Grigg.
Memorandum on unemployment insurance for agricultural workers. Sent with CHAR 2/167/52.
Cabinet memorandum by the Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries [Walter Guinness, later Lord Moyne] on unemployment insurance for agricultural workers. Sent with CHAR 2/167/52.
Letter from Lord Bledisloe (52 Sloane Street, [London]) to WSC asking him to stress the important role played by Bristol University in agricultural education in his speech at his installation as chancellor. Summary of this letter at CHAR 2/168/29.
Letter from J W Whittome (Eastmoor House, Doddington, March, Cambridgeshire) to Walter Elliot, Minister of Agriculture and Fisheries, asserting that the Government's agricultural and trade policies have impoverished farmers and unfairly enriched tradesmen. Copy sent with CHAR 2/205/7.
Letter from Arthur Hazlerigg [Noseley Hall, Leicester] to John Shakespear (17 Wellington Street, Leicester) on arrangements for a meeting in Leicester on the fat stock situation. Copy sent with CHAR 2/205/7.
Agrictultural Party bulletin. Sent with CHAR 2/205/7.
Circular letter from Pembroke Wicks (Conservative and Unionist Central Office) giving an addition to the questionnaire relating to the National Farmers' Union.
Suggested reply for Conservative candidates to a question on the provision of unemployment insurance for agricultural workers.
Suggested replies for Conservative candidates to questions on the tied cottage system and the provisions of the Workers' Compensation Act for farm workers.
Suggested replies for Conservative candidates to questions on agricultural policy.
Letter from [?] S C Thomas (Cumberland Hotel, Marble Arch [London]) to WSC, regretting that they won't have time to meet, and describing his interview with the Secretary of State for the Colonies [Malcolm MacDonald] about the sugar industry in Barbados, and the plan to introduce worldwide sugar quotas.
Pamphlet - Agriculture - The Home Market and National Security - Views of The National Farmers' Union on current agricultural problems, (Second Edition) Published by the National Farmers' Union (N.F.U. No. 51).
Letter from W Hill Forster, Central and Associated Chambers of Agriculture, to WSC, asking him to speak at meeting on "Food Production in relation both to Defence and National Health".
Transcribed by Henry Thomas Riley from Liber Horn in the Guildhall Library, London. Prefixed are letters from John Willis Clark to Francis Jenkinson, 19 July, no year; and from H.T. Riley to Henry Richards Luard, 20 November 1860. The versos are blank, with the exception of the final folio.
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