Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)AC28/2/1-42
TitleParliamentary printed papers and miscellaneous official papers
Extentapprox. 44 items
DescriptionPrinted, typescript and manuscript memoranda, correspondence, briefs, notes and miscellanea; may contain copy correspondence, extracts and drafts; relating to House of Commons business: Royal Air Force in coal dispute, general organization of Cabinet Office, abolition of the Civil Service Arbitration Board, Coalition, Honours, Vestey Case, deportation of Zaghloul Pasha, Egypt, etc, 1922
Correspondents: [Maurice Pascal Alers] Hankey [1st Baron of The Chart; Cabinet, 1919-1938, and Clerk of the Privy Council, 1923-1938], 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], Crawford and Balcarres, George Younger [National Unionist Association], Austen Chamberlain [acting as Leader of the House and Lord Privy Seal, 1921-1922] and others
Includes: /3-/11 Printed and typescript notes, memoranda and correspondence, including newspaper cutting, relating to organization of Cabinet Office; /15, /31-/32 'Parliamentary Debates. House of Commons.' vol. 150, no. 3, Thursday, 9th February, 1922, and 'Parliamentary Debates. House of Lords.' vol. 51, no. 52, Thursday, 29th June, 1922, 'Parliamentary Debates. House of Lords.' vol. 50 no. 48, Thursday, 22nd June, 1922; /17-/17a Newspaper cuttings relating to Sir Alfred Mond's speech and Coalition; /24-/30 Typescript correspondence, memoranda and statements relating to [Sir William] Vestey Case; /34-/42 Typescript and manuscript notes, memoranda, summaries and correspondence relating to deportation of Zaghloul Pasha, Egypt situation and Milner Report [Alfred Milner] [1st Viscount Milner; various political offices]
Access StatusOpen
Physical Description/17a is in addition to /17; /28a is in addition to /28; /15, /31 Publications stored separately from others; /11, /17 and /17a are newspaper cuttings


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