Letters to Charles from various correspondents

Scope and Content

Mostly correspondence on official matters, including requests for introductions and testimonials, a request for support for the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway Bill, council seats in Hexham, the prohibition of Gilbert and Sullivan's Mikado during the visit of Prince Fushimi Sadanaru, requests to speak and land taxation.
Includes letters from Gerald France, Walter Runciman, Henry Percy, Alexander Ure, Mary Ward, Winston Churchill, W S Gilbert W C Beamont, Richard Brown, John Burns, Thomas Burt, Sydney Buxton, Gerard Collier, Crewe, Charles W Dilke, Richard D Holt, Reginald McKenna, Alan Percy, John W B Riddell, Arthur Stanley, Dorothy Ward, Eliot Crawshay Williams, T McKinnon Wood, Arthur Woodcock and Hilton Young.
Also includes letters from Charles to his mother Caroline while staying at Rounton Grange and others regarding the Hexham election.

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