Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)JC10/5/2/1-9
TitlePapers relating to speech of Joseph Chamberlain concerning the South African crisis
Extent11 items
DescriptionCorrespondence and telegram copies from political colleagues of Joseph Chamberlain and related individuals including Lord Hereford [Henry James, 1st Baron of Hereford: Chancellor of Duchy of Lancaster, 1895-1902], Edward Dicey, Lord Halsbury [Hardinge Stanley Giffard, 1st Earl of Halsbury: MP; Lord Chancellor, 1895-1905], Sir Robert Giffen [formerly of the Board of Trade], and Queen Victoria relating to speech of Joseph Chamberlain in the House of Commons on Oct 19th 1899 during debate on South African crisis; with telegram copies, press cuttings [from 'The Telegraph' and 'The Times', and from proofs of 'Parliamentary Debates'], sonnet composed by William Toynbee, and envelope
Access StatusOpen
Physical Description/9 part of printed extract detached from mounting


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