[ George Cadbury, Quaker chocolate manufacturer, philanthropist and proprietor of the Daily News. ] Typed Letter, with cyclostyled signature ('George Cadbury'), to 'Mr. Armstrong' (i.e. the geologist A. H. Armstrong)

George Cadbury (1839-1922), Quaker industrialist and philanthropist, a member of the noted firm of cocoa and chocolate manufacturers, proprietor of the Daily News
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On letterhead of Bournville, near Birmingham. 7 August 1908.

1p., 4to. In fair condition, lightly aged and worn, with two ring-binder punch-holes. The letter begins: 'Dear Mr. Armsrtrong, | I see no other course than that which you are following. It would be looked on as a slight if you were not present at the gathering of Darlington Liberals, though we shall be very sorry not to have your company.' He trusts they will be 'rightly guided with regard to Mr. Ward', whom it will be difficult to replace 'at the “Birmingham News”'. He will 'leave the matter for a few days until we can come to a definite decision'.

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