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ULLSWATER (Sir James William Lowther, 1855-1949, Speaker 1905-1921, from 1921 1st Viscount)

Autograph Letter Signed to Dr. Inskip, accepting his invitation "for Saturday July 27th at 2 pm. I expect that the House will still be sitting then but I shall hope to be able to get away on Saturdays", embossed stamp with Royal Arms and 'Speaker House of Commons', 1 side 8vo. black-edged, Speaker's House, S.W., 4th May

Item Date:  1912
Stock No:  16431      £20

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ULLSWATER (Sir James William Lowther, 1855-1949, Speaker 1905-1921, from 1921 1st Viscount)

Long Autograph Letter Signed 'Ullswater' to John William Robertson Scott, (1866-1962, founder of 'The Countryman', 1927, and its editor till 1947) telling him that "early in ... 1939 it became evident that, if the labour of agricultural workers was to be kept on the land and not attracted away by the offer of a higher rate of pay from aerodrome builders, munition works or the many other activities then coming into being in connection with the war, it would be necessary to provide a higher rate of wage ... for agricultural labour", and detailing the steps by which the National Minimum Wage for Agricultural Workers was fixed at 48 shillings a week, 4 sides 4to., Campsea Ashe, Woodbridge, Suffolk, Christmas Day,

Item Date:  1940
Stock No:  13424      £75

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