Regulation Third File - File V

Scope and Content

Printed ex-duplicates and multiples, pamphlets, leaflets, circulars, press cuttings and duplicated correspondence relating to the proposed revival of the Contagious Diseases Acts and regulation in the Indian cantonments and the controversy with Lady Henry Somerset's regulation proposals.

Includes:

* Letter from Lady Henry Somerset to the Right Honourable Lord George Hamilton (H.M. Secretary of State for India) (Apr 1897, 8pp; 2 copies)

* Reply to Lady Henry Somerset's Scheme for dealing with Disease in the Indian Cantonments (British Committee of the Federation for Abolition of State Regulation of Vice, Aug 1897, 12pp; 2 copies)

* Josephine E. Butler, Truth Before Everything (Jul 1897, 24pp) Interview on the New Health Rules for the Army in India with Archdeacon Wilson (of Manchester) 26 Jul 1897 (reprinted from The Northern Churchman, undated., (1897), 16pp)

* Right Honourable Mr Stansfeld, Speech at the 27th Anniversary of the Ladies National Association, held at St Martin's Town Hall, London, 9 Jul 1897 (LNA, undated., (1897), 12pp) (2 copies) Major CB Mayne, RE, How Far Past Legislation Has Proved Effective in Securing the Health of the Troops in India. With Suggestions As to Future Legislation on This Important Subject (1897; Lecture at Royal United Service Institution, 8 Apr 1897; 49pp)

* James Stuart, MD, Speech delivered at St Martin's Town Hall, London on 21 May 1897, at the meeting of the British and Continental Federation for the Abolition of State Regulation of Vice (undated. (1897), 15pp)

* Some Facts with regard to State Regulation of Vice in India, in England and on the Continent of Europe (compiled for the Friends' Association for Abolishing State Regulation of Vice, 1897; 19pp; 2 copies)

* Proposed Revival of the Contagious Diseases Acts. A Report of the Conference and Public Meeting held at Birmingham, 13 Nov 1896, under the Auspices of the British Committee of the Federation for the Abolition of the State Regulation of Vice (1897, 52pp; verbatim report)

* Alfred S Dyer, British Soldiers in India: In Relation to their Morals and Health (1897, 8pp)

* The Dawn - `Abolition and the Women's Liberal Federation' (Report in full of speech of Lady Henry Somerset, pp.21-22; 1 Jul 1893, No.20)

* Reply of Dr Katherine Bushnell and Mrs Elizabeth Andrew to certain Statements in a Published Letter addressed by Lady Henry Somerset to a Correspondent on the Regulation of Vice in India (1897, 8pp)