Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)AC23/7/1-75
TitleOfficial papers relating to Indian affairs
Extentapprox. 76 items
DescriptionPrinted, typescript and manuscript correspondence; including telegraphic correspondence; notes and miscellanea; mainly arranged chronologically; may contain copy correspondence, some extracts and some drafts; relating to resignation of Edwin Montegu as Secretary of State for India, visit of Prince of Wales to India, Treaty of Sevres, Indian Reforms, etc, 1922
Correspondents: George Curzon [1st Marquess Curzon of Kedleston; Leader of the House of Lords, 1916-1924; Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs, 1919-1924; various other political offices], David Lloyd George [1st Earl Lloyd George of Dwyfor; Prime Minister and First Lord of the Treasury, 1916-1922], Rt. Hon. Sir Laming Worthington-Evans [Secretary of State for War, 1921-1922 and 1924-1929], O'Connor, [Maurice Pascal Alers] Hankey [1st Baron of The Chart; Cabinet, 1919-1938, and Clerk of the Privy Council, 1923-1938], Reading, Austen Chamberlain [acting as Leader of the House and Lord Privy Seal, 1921-1922] and others
Includes: /1-/4 Manuscript letters from Curzon to Chamberlain; /6-/20, /26-/29, /31, /34-/45, /47-/58, /62, /64, /70-/73 Typescript and printed copies of telegraphic correspondence of Viceroy, Governor of Madras, Curzon and Chamberlain; /21-/25 Manuscript correspondence between O'Connor and Chamberlain relating to speech made by Montegu; /46 Typescript extracts from Rules of Business of Council of State and Legislative Assembly, relating to power to disallow resolutions, including newspaper cutting; /65 Typescript letter from Chamberlain to LLoyd George relating to Curzon's reply to Montegu, etc; /66-/67 Newspaper cuttings relating to resignation letter and replies; /74-/75 Typescript correspondence between Reading and Chamberlain relating to Indian reforms, Government of India Act, arrest of Gandhi, etc
Access StatusOpen
Physical Description/6a is in addition to /6; /17 omitted from sequence; /30a is in addition to /30; /46, /66, /67 are newspaper cuttings


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