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CHURCHILL, Lord Randolph (1849-1895). Politician. Father of Sir Winston Churchill.
Autograph Letter Signed to [Reginald] Palgrave, 2 facing pages 8vo (the second rather soiled), India office, Whitehall (blind stamp), 18 Janaury 1886. Informing him that his alteration of the "question" rule had been unanimously agreed upon.
'... Could you manage without inconvenience to call at the Ch[ancellor] of the Exch[equ]er in Downing Street tomorrow morning at 12.30 so as to go over the paper once more with a view of putting it in perfect shape for laying on the table on Thursday.'
Reginald (later Sir Reginald) Francis Douce Palgrave (1829-1904) was from 1886 to 1900 clerk of the House of Commons, having previously been clerk assistant for sixteen years.
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