Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)JC29/5/10/1-53
TitleJ correspondence
Extent53 items
DescriptionIncluding /2-13 Correspondence from Sir Alfred L. Jones [Elder, Dempster and Co, Ship and Insurance Brokers] relating to West Indian Committee meeting, with printed circular, copy of agenda and report, Feb; /15-16 Letter from Thomas A. Jones requesting assistance to pursue medical career in British New Guinea, Apr; /17-18 Letter from J. Eiddon Jones [Sec, North Wales Temperance Association] relating to licensing legislation, Apr; /19 Letter from D. Jones relating to speech by Joseph Chamberlain, May; /22-23 Correspondence with Beatrice Jellicoe relating to possibility of obtaining Government employment in South Africa, May; /24 Letter from E. R. Jones relating to fiscal policy, Jun; /25-27 Correspondence with J. Idrisyn Jones relating to gift of pamphlets, Jun; /28-29 Letter from G. A. Jones [G. A. Jones and Co, Spinners and Manufacturers] relating to preferential tariffs, with press-cutting from 'The Yorkshire Daily Observer', Jun; /31-32 Letter from J. S. Jeans [British Iron Trade Association] relating to enclosure of copy of 'Annual Statistical Report' of the British Iron Trade Association, Jul; /33-35 Correspondence with W. Jewell relating to drill attachment invention, Jul- Aug; /36 Letter from Col. Johnston relating to employment of soldiers on South African railway construction, Jul; /37-39 Correspondence with Fred Jackson relating to articles on imperial federation, Aug; /40-43 Correspondence with George E. Johnson [Sec, West Wolverhampton Conservative Association] relating to speech by H. Norman MP, with press cutting, Aug; /46-48 Letter from Vergne Jean [in French] requesting post in the Transvaal, with calling-card, Aug; /49-50 Letter from Ethel Marie Johnson requesting assistance in gaining employment for husband, Sep; /51-52 Correspondence with Lady Jeune relating to request for letters of introduction for members of Women's Colonisation Association going to Canada, Sep; /53 Letter from Mrs A. Johnson requesting contribution towards construction of chapel, nd [early 20th century]
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