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Volume 4 of J.H. Whitley scrapbooks
Scrapbook containing newspaper cuttings, extracts from Parliamentary debates and a handwritten letter from Winston Churchill.
  • JHW/2/4/1

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    13 Feb 1902
    Extract from a Parliamentary debate in which J.H. Whitley asks about whether any cattle captured in the Boer War has been sold.
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  • JHW/2/4/2

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    14 Feb 1902
    Extract from a Parliamentary debate in which J.H. Whitley shows concern about matters regarding the China Tariff Commission and the effect of the Boer War on the increase in prison population in England.
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  • JHW/2/4/3

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    27 Feb 1902
    Extract from a Parliamentary debate which shows a speech made by J.H. Whitley regarding a Bill. Whitley views this Bill with great importance, which had previously concerned the Water Company Directors and the London Members of Parliament alone.
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  • JHW/2/4/4

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    02 Mar 1902
    Extract from a Parliamentary debate that shows J.H. Whitley condemning the explanation of a certain Lord inadequate to the case being discussed. A further extract shows Whitley disagreeing on the way in which a vote should be passed.
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  • JHW/2/4/5

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    10 Mar 1902
    Extract from a Parliamentary debate in which J.H. Whitley comments that he would move the reduction of a certain Vote in order to call attention to the delay in payment to the Yeomanry returned from the Boer War. He later withdraws his Motion.
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  • JHW/2/4/6

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    07 Mar 1902
    Extract from a Parliamentary debate wherein J.H. Whitley discusses what he considered to be one of the greatest scandals of the Boer War; soldiers had been unable to obtain the pay they were entitled to from the War Office.
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  • JHW/2/4/7

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    11 Mar 1902
    Extract from a Parliamentary debate in which J.H. Whitley asked for an explanation for the imbalanced rise in salaries. Whitley also states that he didn't receive a satisfactory answer to his question, and adds the matter of naval pensions to his requests before the Vote was to be passed.
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  • JHW/2/4/8

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    25 Mar 1902
    Extract from a Parliamentary debate in which J.H. Whitley determines that the current debate amounts simply to two elements; it is not patriotic to drawn attention to the waste of money that the War Office was responsible for and the current Motion was based on rumour and gossip.
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  • JHW/2/4/9

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    22 Apr 1902
    In a discussion of the budget, J.H. Whitley opposes the tax that was discussed that night.
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  • JHW/2/4/10

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    15 May 1902
    Extract from a Parliamentary debate that shows J.H. Whitley's request to move the current Vote to be postponed for reasons previously discussed in the debate.
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