Found in 48 Collections and/or Records:
Official: Colonial Office: East Africa Protectorate [EAP, later Kenya]: land policy: notes and papers., 1907 - 1908
Letter from Lewis Harcourt ("Loulou") (14 Berkeley Square, [London]) to WSC reporting that he (Harcourt) is to be put into the Cabinet to take charge of the Small Holdings Bill.
Letter from Reginald McKenna (House of Commons) to WSC on: the Small Holdings Bill and Lewis Harcourt's planned promotion to the Cabinet; dinner with the Japanese Minister of Education; therapeutic breathing exercises; appointment of a permanent secretary to the Colonial Conference.
Letter from Sir Thomas Elliott (Board of Agriculture and Fisheries) on land reform and the English and Scottish Small Holdings Bills.
Letter from T Horsfall (Swanscoe Park, near Macclesfield, [Cheshire]) to WSC criticising the Education Bill and hoping that it will not weaken the Government's ability to deal with land reform and housing. Signed typescript.
Letter from Sir Thomas Elliott (Board of Agriculture and Fisheries) to WSC praising his recent speech on land reform.
Letter from Charles Masterman (National Liberal Club, Whitehall Place, [London]) to WSC on land reform and rural depopulation.
Letter from Cornelia, Lady Wimborne (Canford Manor, Wimborne, [Dorset]) to WSC referring to his recent speech in Edinburgh [Scotland] in which he attacked the Daily Mail and inviting him to come and address a meeting on land reform.
Letter from [WSC] to the editor of the Times on Henry Rider Haggard's assertion that rural depopulaton and urban congestion can only be remedied by a multiplication of small holdings and a system of Protection. Draft in the hand of ?.
Leaflets issued by the Liberal Publication Department, covering the budget of 1907, land reform and small holdings, registration of voters and Conservative proposals for Tariff Reform and the abolition of income tax. 6 items.
Letter from Henry Rider Haggard (Royal Commission on Coast Erosion, 35 Great George Street, Westminster, [London]) to WSC accompanying a copy of Rural England [not present] and advocating a scheme of national afforestation to encourage small-holders and thereby combat rural depopulation.
Letter from Elizabeth, Lady Kenmare (66 Cadogan Square, [London]) to WSC enclosing and commenting on Sir Alexander Henderson's plan for the financing of the Irish Land Purchase Act and related newspaper cuttings [see CHAR 2/36/9-11].
Memorandum by Sir Alexander Henderson on the financing of the Irish Land Purchase Act. Typescript. Sent with CHAR 2/36/7.
Cutting: correspondence between 5th Lord Kenmare [earlier Lord Castlerosse], chairman of the Provisional Committee of the Irish Land Purchase Association, and George Wyndham on the rate of progress under the Irish Land Purchase Act of 1903. Sent with CHAR 2/36/7.
Cutting on Sir Alexander Henderson's scheme for financing of the Irish Land Purchase Act. Sent with CHAR 2/36/7 2 papers.
Notes by [Abe Bailey] (Ritz Hotel, Piccadilly, London) on the financing and management of a scheme of land settlement.
Cutting from the Times: criticism of the campaign of Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman and WSC for land reform.
Cutting from the Times: letter from Henry Rider Haggard on land reform.
Cutting from the Times: letters from WSC and others on land reform.
Letter from George Keeble (Peterborough) to WSC predicting that WSC will become Prime Minister and urging him to take up the question of land reform.
Letter from A B ?Martin (Chatterville, Woodbourne Road, Edgbaston, [Birmingham]) to WSC asserting that Joseph Chamberlain's influence should be checked by a campaign for land reform, which would greatly benefit the poor. Annotated in shorthand.