Letter to Disraeli from Lord Salisbury, 5 Dec. 1878
Dep. Hughenden 92/4, fols. 108r-109r
After their return from the Congress of Berlin Disraeli and Lord Salisbury turned their minds to the question of how the treaty should be presented and publicised. After consulting key colleagues Salisbury, in this letter written from his London home, recommends keeping the message simple, as the better to secure a simultaneous resolution in both Houses of Parliament.
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