Letters to Mary from Charles

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Concerning Charles' political meetings in Elland, Liberals in Birmingham, the King's speech, Home Rule and unrest in Dublin [possibly relating to the Howth gun-running incident], the worsening condition in Europe, the policy of Edward Grey, and Charles' advocacy of peace, including his establishment of a Neutrality Committee, and early plans for the Union of Democratic Control (UDC), his talks with others including M Philips Price, Norman Angell, and Herbert Richmond, and his resignation, including a draft of his resignation letter.
Also concerns Charles' early wartime maneuvers, including establishment of the UDC, Geoffrey Winthrop Young's reports from Belgium, and Charles' opposition to Government policy, and reference to George Macaulay Trevelyan.
Also includes some letters to Charles, primarily concerning the coming of war and his resignation, including from Janet Trevelyan.

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