|Finding Number (Click this to view full catalogue structure)||JCLAdd/34-35|
|Title||Letters from Joseph Chamberlain to Sir Augustus Hemming (1841-1907, Colonial Governor), Government House, Jamaica, and the Dean [of Westminster Abbey], 22 and 23 February. With envelope|
|Description||2 letters from the Colonial Office [London]|
He writes to the Dean (22 February) enclosing a letter of introduction addressed to Sir Augustus Hemming [Governor of Jamaica, 1898-1904] for his daughter, Mrs Henry Woods who is undertaking a visit to the West Indies (23 February). In the letter of introduction he describes Mrs Woods as 'the daughter of the Dean of Westminster and the wife of the ex-President of Trinity College, Oxford'. He says he will be glad if Hemming 'can do anything to make her stay on the island a pleasant one'