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Collection Level Description: Correspondence of Richard Middleton

Reference: MSS. Eng. c. 4833-4
Title: Correspondence of Richard Middleton
Dates of Creation: 1857-1910, n.d.
Extent: 2 shelfmarks

Language of Material: English



Administrative/Biographical History

Richard Middleton (1846-1905) was Conservative Party Chief Agent from 1885 to 1903.

Scope and Content

Letters to, and a copy of one from, Richard Middleton, 1857-1905, n.d., with several letters to A. Akers-Douglas (later Lord Chilston), newspaper cuttings and a letter from Alexander George of Teck, 1910.

Among Middleton's correspondents were Balfour, Benjamin Disraeli, Stafford Northcote and Lord Salisbury.

Administrative Information

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Given to the Library in 1994.

Access Conditions

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Further Information

Finding Aids

A description is available in the Library, where there is also a card index to unpublished catalogues.

Related Units of Description

Newscuttings relating to Richard Middleton (MSS. Eng. hist. c. 1128-9).

Access Points

Balfour | Arthur James | 1848-1930 | 1st Earl of Balfour | statesman

Cambridge | Alexander Augustus Frederick William Alfred George | 1874-1957 | 1st Earl of Athlone | formerly Prince Alexander of Teck

Cecil | Robert Arthur Talbot | Gascoyne | 1830-1903 | 3rd Marquess of Salisbury | statesman

Disraeli | Benjamin | 1804-1881 | Earl of Beaconsfield | statesman

Douglas | Aretas | Akers- | 1851-1926 | 1st Viscount Chilston | statesman

Middleton | Richard William Evelyn | 1846-1905 | Conservative Party chief agent

Northcote | Stafford Henry | 1818-1887 | 1st Earl of Iddesleigh | statesman

Conservative Party

Great Britain | Politics and government | 19th century

Great Britain | Politics and government | 20th century


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