Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)AC33/3/1-124
TitleCorrespondence relating to House of Commons business
Extentapprox. 125 items
DescriptionTypescript letters and copies; may contain extracts; from Austen Chamberlain [acting as Chancellor of the Exchequer, 1919-1921, Leader of the House and Lord Privy Seal, 1921-1922] to King George V, with miscellaneous manuscript and typescript correspondence of others, relating to daily accounts of House of Commons business: coal strike debate, indebtedness and recovery, Russian Famine Relief, Unemployment, Trade Facilities Bill, Unemployed Workers' Dependents (Temporary Provisions) Bill, Irish Treaty Bill, Truce, Boundary Commission, Sinn Fein and Irish situation, Irish Free State Bill, Washington Conference, afforestation and relief work, Budget Consolidated Fund Bill, Coalition, Foreign Policy, agricultural position, Safeguarding of Industries Act, Indian political progress, Civil Service Superannuation, Geddes Committee and public expenditure, Montegu's resignation, revision of Treaty of Sevres and Turkey, situation in Egypt, Army Estimates, Navy Estimates, Lock Out in the Engineering Trade, Air Service, Military forces, Supply, Education, Unemployment Insurance Bill, Resolution on the Genoa Conference, Royal Irish Constabulatory, kidnapping of British Officers, East India Loans Bill, Labour Exchange, Empire Settlement Bill, Education Estimates, Budget, agreement concluded by the Italians with the Government of Constantinople, Income Tax and Super Tax, 'Times' report on Prime Minister's exchange with Barthou, restoration of trade and Board of Trade, Law of Property Bill, Pensions [School Teachers, War, etc], Ministry of Mines Vote, amendment of 1913 Trade Union Act, Hong Kong, Internal and External Currency, Communist administration in Russia, Finance Bill, Ministry of Transport, authority of Ministers within their Departments, Summer Time Bill, Indian Civil Service, Cabinet Secretariat, Prince of Wales' visit to India, Honours List, murder of [Field-Marshal] Sir Henry [Hughes] Wilson [Various political and military offices], murder of officers at Macroom, Scottish Estimates, Embargo on Canadian Store Cattle, Expulsion of Horatio Bottomley, Criminal Law Amendment Bill, Hague Conference, Fabric Gloves, etc, 1921-1922
Access StatusOpen
Physical Description/3a is in addition to /3


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