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Letter from Hugh Dalton to F. W. Pethick-Lawrence

107 Albert Bridge Road, S.W.11.—Is glad Pethick-Lawrence agrees with the line he took in the New Leader and would like to discuss the problem with him. Encourages him to address the Indian Majlis at Cambridge. Explains why he joined the Inter-Parliamentary Union. Has been preparing evidence for the Debt and Taxation Committee on points not connected with the capital levy, but will give evidence on the levy later and hopes that Pethick-Lawrence will do the same

Carbon copy of a letter from F. W. Pethick-Lawrence to Hugh Dalton

Will try to speak to the Cambridge Indian Majlis (see 1/178) after his debate at St Catherine’s. Will send a copy of the evidence he intends to give to the Colwyn Committee nearer the time. Intends to go with the Inter-Parliamentary Union to the United States this year. Encloses a copy of a letter he wrote recently to Dr Lange.

Letter from the Earl of Listowel to F. W. Pethick-Lawrence

House of Lords.—Invites him to a meeting of an interparliamentary group formed to foster co-operation among members of different parliaments in the defence of peace and democratic liberties (i.e. the Inter-Parliamentary Union). A report of the group’s conference in Brussels will be given by Eleanor Rathbone on Friday.

(A mechanical copy of a typed original, with typed and handwritten additions. At the foot Pethick-Lawrence has drafted a reply, the text of which is substantially that of 2/295.)