Papers, 1886-1900.


Bryce, James Bryce, Viscount, 1838-1922. Papers, 1886-1900.

Papers, 1886-1900.

Miscellaneous letters from Bryce commenting on the Irish Home Rule Bill, 1886; the defeat of Harry Smith, Liberal M.P., from Falkirk, 1895; the extreme High Church faction of the Church of England, 1899; and the efforts of Ernest Parke to publish an inexpensive edition of Shakespeare.

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