File UKLSE-DL1GL010010010004 - Correspondence and papers, 1892


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Correspondence and papers, 1892


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LSE Archives reference: LANSBURY/1 part 4

  • 137-143. Letters from J. A. Murray Macdonald to Lansbury, 4-29 January 1892.
    1. Letter from L. T. Mallet to Lansbury, 7 February 1892.
  • 145-147. Letters from Corrie Grant, QC, to Lansbury, 18 March-? 1892.
  • 148-149. Letters to W. C. Sewell from Lansbury, 1-2 April 1892.
    1. Antimilitarism speech by Lansbury, featured in The Arbitrator, May 1892.
  • 151-152. Letter from J. A. Murray Macdonald to Lansbury, 18 May 1892.
  • 151A. Receipt for Sewell for the sale of a piano by S. A. Brine, 27 May 1893.
  • 153-154. Letter from J. A. Murray Macdonald to Lansbury, [1892-1895?].
    1. Letter from J. E. Watts-Ditchfield to Lansbury, 8 July 1892.
  • 156-157. Letter from J. A. Murray Macdonald to Lansbury, 11 July [1892?].
  • 158-159. Letter from Corrie Grant, QC, 26 July [1892?].
    1. Newspaper article of Lansbury cleaning a church, 1912.
  • 161-162. Letter from JA Murray Macdonald to Lansbury, between August 1892 and July 1895.
  • 163-164. Letter from Corrie Grant to Lansbury, 26 September [1892?].
  • 165-172. Letters from JA Murray Macdonald to Lansbury, 21 October-15 December 1892.
  • 173-174. Letter from S Montagu, First Baron of Swaythling, to Lansbury, 21 April 1892.

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Archives Catalogue reference: LANSBURY/1

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