Found in 141 Collections and/or Records:
Cutting from the Dundee Advertiser: speech by John Cathcart Wason advocating local parliaments for Ireland, Scotland, Wales, London and, possibly, English regions.
Minute by Sir Alfred Hurst to James Grigg on the proposed scheme of rating reform, particularly as it would effect London and parishes in the Epping Division of Essex.
Note from James Grigg to [WSC] commenting on the value of CHAR 2/167/13-15 and CHAR 2/167/16-18 for election purposes in Epping [Essex].
Memorandum by [Sir Alfred Hurst] on the Epping Division [of Essex] and the Local Government Reform Scheme.
Syllabus of a conference course on unemployment and local government at Bonar Law College, Ashridge, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire.
Cutting from the Manchester Guardian on the reaction in Lancashire and Yorkshire to WSC's proposal for regional parliaments in England.
Cutting from the Irish Times on the Home Rule meeting in Belfast [Ulster, Ireland] to be addressed by WSC and John Redmond and the advocacy by Lord Randolph Churchill in 1889 of measures of local government and land purchase for Ireland.
Cutting from the People: cartoon and article ridiculing WSC's proposal for regional parliaments in England; report of WSC's re-organisation of the Admiralty and his changes to Navy discipline.
Cutting from the Manchester Guardian on the support of Sir Henry Manton, a leading Birmingham Liberal, for WSC's proposal for regional parliaments in England.
Cutting from the "Dundee Advertiser" approving WSC's argument (in his introduction to "Home Rule in a Nutshell" by Jeremiah MacVeagh) that Home Rule for Ireland should be part of a wider scheme of decentralisation to promote administrative efficiency.
Cutting from the "Yorkshire Herald" ridiculing WSC's advocacy of decentralisation in his introduction to "Home Rule in a nutshell" by Jeremiah MacVeagh.
Cutting from the "Belfast News-Letter" criticising WSC's advocacy of Home Rule for Ireland as part of a general federal scheme for the United Kingdom.
Cutting from the "Birmingham Gazette and Express": article by Lord Willoughby de Broke criticising WSC's proposals for federalism within the United Kingdom.
Cutting from the "Huddersfield Examine" [Yorkshire] attacking the Ulster Unionists' declared intention of preventing the Home Rule meeting in Belfast [Ulster, Ireland] and claiming that William Gladstone favoured a measure of Home Rule for all parts of the United Kingdom as early as 1866.
Letter from [WSC] to [?] expressing his wish that the question of provincial parliaments for England should be ventilated but that it should not get in the way of Home Rule for Ireland.
Cutting from the "Daily Chronicle" supporting WSC's defence of the Insurance Act but rejecting his proposal for regional parliaments in England as unhelpful with regard to the problem of Irish Home Rule.
Cutting from the Daily News and Leader on the reaction in London, the Midlands, Lancashire and Yorkshire to WSC's proposal for regional parliaments in England.
Cutting from the Manchester Guardian: letter to the editor approving WSC's proposal for regional parliaments in England.
Cutting from the Manchester Guardian: editorial criticising WSC's speech on "English Federalism" as it relates to Irish Home Rule but approving of it as it relates to English local government.
Cutting from the Aberdeen Free Press on the Belfast meeting as the start of a campaign to promote a Home Rule bill; the advocacy by Lord Randolph Churchill in 1889 of local government and land purchase for Ireland; the decline in opposition to Home Rule within the Conservative party.
Cutting from the Liverpool Daily Courier: cartoon attacking WSC's proposal for separate parliaments for Ireland, Scotland, Wales and the English regions.
Cutting from the Municipal Journal: reactions by men involved in local government to WSC's proposal for regional parliaments in England.
Table showing the changes in rateable values and rates between 1928/9 and 1929/30 in various county boroughs and county districts.
Note from [WSC] to [James Grigg] asking for clarification of figures on the rating of places in his constituency [Epping, Essex] produced by Sir Alfred Hurst.
Memorandum by [Sir Alfred Hurst] on Poor Law administration in the West Ham Union [Essex].
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