Autograph letter signed, two pages (both sides), 4,5 x 7 inch, `3.Lincolns Inn Fields, London, W.C.` blind-embossed stationery, (London), "private" reply letter to Noel Buxton (British Liberal and later Labour politician, 1869-1948) - concerning a "most interesting" letter and political affairs, written and signed in dark ink "yours very sincerely - Ramsay MacDonald", with intersecting letter folds - in nearly very fine condition. In parts; "Dear Buxton The letter you send is most interesting. You ought to send it to the Nation on the Daily news. Have you sent it to Harcourt ? He ought to get a copy I feared the speakers would not be well selected. I would not have been called myself had if not been that I enjoy a privilege given to leaders & the good will of the House. ... "
|Profession||British statesman who was the first ever Labour Prime Minister of the United Kingdom|
|Year of birth||1866|
|year of death||1937|
|Size in inch (1 inch = 2.5 cm)||4,5 x 7|
|Type of Autograph||letters|