Found in 467 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from Lord Randolph Churchill (2 Connaught Place [London]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] informing her that he intends to travel to Newmarket [Suffolk] that afternoon, advising her not to spend her money on a new brougham commenting "you seem rather like Winston [WSC] about money", and describing those he has met in London who include "Natty" [1st Lord Rothschild] and [Count Charles Kinsky].
Letter from Lord Randolph Churchill (Ascott, Wing, Leighton Buzzard [Bedfordshire]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he says that they should not continue "disputing over our respective rights & wrongs" as he had been angry at her "extreme heedlessness". He describes those present at the party, who include [Henry] Chaplin and [Lord] Hartington [later 8th Duke of Devonshire] and his lack of success at the races.
Letter from [Albert Edward, Prince of Wales](Cercle de la Mediterranee, Nice[France]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he thanks her for her letter; says that he has seen his brother [the Duke of Connaught and Strathearn]; comments [on her relationship with George Cornwallis-West] "it is a pity that you have got yourself so talked about -& remember you are not 25!"; and refers to WSC's book ["The Story of the Malakand Field Force"]. Envelope present.
Letter from [Albert Edward, Prince of Wales](Cannes [France]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he comments on [her relationship with George Cornwallis-West] "I had no idea 'que c'etait une affaire si serieuse!' [that it was such a serious affair]" and discusses arrangements to see her for dinner. Envelope present.
Letter from [Albert Edward, Prince of Wales](Hamburg [Germany]) to Mrs George Cornwallis West [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he thanks her for her letter and says that he is glad that she is enjoying her honeymoon; discusses the effect that a death has had on him; and says that he has just finished his "cure". Envelope present.
Letter from Arthur [Bigge, later Lord Stamfordham, Private Secretary to Queen Victoria](Castle Blayney, Ireland) to Lady Randolph Churchill in which he says that he hopes that her marriage to George Cornwallis-West will be happy, that he hopes that their age difference will not be commented on and says that he will present the matter to the Queen "in its proper light".
Letter from George [Lord] Curzon [later Lord Curzon of Kedleston] (Strathpeffer [Ross and Cromarty, Scotland]) to Jennie [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which he congratulates her on WSC's escape [from the Boers] and says that he does not think that he will be able to appoint [George] Cornwallis-West.
Letter from Mary [Lady Curzon](Viceroy's Camp [India]) to Jennie [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which she wishes her happiness in her marriage [to George Cornwallis-West] and says that she hopes that her financial affairs have improved through the success of [the Anglo Saxon] Review; Lady Margaret Ewing's lack of money; and the work of George [Lord Curzon, later Lord Curzon of Kedleston as Viceroy of India].
Letter from Leonie [Lady Leslie earlier Leonie Jerome] (Glaslough, County Monaghan [Ireland]) to [Lady Randolph Churchill] in which she says that she heard that [Lady Randolph] had obtained the decree nisi [relating to her divorce from George Cornwallis West]; comments on George [Cornwallis West's] foolishness and the possibility that he might marry "Mrs P C" [Mrs Patrick Campbell]; and suggests that she should fill her life with "Politics -& art - and joie de vivre".
Letter from W E Bickford (Office of the Special Commissioners of Income Tax, York House, 23 Kingsway, London) to Lady Randolph Churchill asking her whether she is able to make arrangements for the payment of Super tax for 1920-1921 in the absence of Montagu Porch.
Letter from CSC, 2 Sussex Square, London, to WSC, on her health, and that of the children, asking him not to open a letter written to him on "Black Monday" [2 January].
Letter from CSC, Hotel Mont-Fleury, Cannes to WSC, on her holiday at Cannes.
Letter from CSC, Hotel Mont-Fleury, Cannes, France, to WSC, on her holiday at Cannes, also criticising him for his speech attacking the behaviour of the Liberals "in peace as well as in War", commenting that the "Liberals (nearly all) behaved splendidly in the War, which is more credit to them than it is to the Tories who revel in slaughter".
Letter from CSC, Hotel Mont-Fleury, Cannes, France, to WSC, on success in Cannes tennis tournament, and on her decision to tell her mother and Venetia Montagu about her pregnancy, also on building work at 2 Sussex Square, and account of conversation with Lord Derby on Lord and Lady Curzon, describing Curzon as a "fat sneak".
Letter from CSC to WSC, on her holiday in the South of France, particularly on tennis tournament at Nice, also commenting on the Irish situation.
Letter from CSC to WSC, on her holiday in the South of France, particularly on tennis tournament at Nice, on the Strike at the Paris Daily Mail, and Lord Northcliffe's inability to control "his own little kingdom", WSC's success in House of Commons debate with Sir Oswald Moseley, Egyptian affairs and the decoration of the Studio at 2 Sussex Square.
Letter from CSC to WSC, on his Dissertation on Dining Room Furniture [CHAR 1/157/83-84], and on his election prospects in Dundee.
Letter from CSC to WSC, on family holiday at Frinton, and the possibility of buying a house there; his departure for France, and Sarah and Diana Churchill's examination results.
Letter from CSC to WSC, on the possibility of buying a house at Frinton; the imminent arrival of the new "kitten" [Mary Churchill, later Lady Soames] and WSC's stay in France.
Letter from CSC to WSC, on WSC's stay in France; French politics and the death of Arthur Griffith and its effect on Irish politics.
Letter from CSC to WSC, on the possibility of buying a house in Frinton, and on Diana and Randolph's booby prize in the Frinton tennis tournament.
Letter and telegram from CSC to WSC, wedding anniversary greetings; on the possibility of buying a county house, with account of visit to her aunt, Mary Hozier.
The UK Archival Thesaurus has been integrated with our catalogue, thanks to Kings College London and the AIM25 project for their support with this.