Letter from Chief Clerk, Mansion House Justice Room

Date

1916-07-12

Title

Letter from Chief Clerk, Mansion House Justice Room

Date

1916-07-12

Description

letter calling for surrender to jailer

Subject

requirement for WWI British C.O. to surrender himself to the Gaoler at Mansion House Justice Room court

Coverage

London, Great Britain

Creator

British government

Source

Swarthmore College Peace Collection

Publisher

Swarthmore College Peace Collection

Rights

Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.

Format

image/jpg

Language

English

Type

letter

Identifier

MansionHouseJusticeRoomLetter.jpg

Transcription

Mansion House Justice Room, London [letterhead]

12th July 1916.

Sir,

In reply to your letter of the 11th instant, if you will surrender yourself to the Gaoler at this Court any day before 1 P.M. (Saturday before 12 noon) the committal warrant in his hand will take effect.

I am,

Sir,

Your Obedient Servant,

[illegible name]

Chief Clerk.

A. Fenner Brockway Esq:, 16 Upper George Street, Bryanstone Square, W.

Citation

British government, “Letter from Chief Clerk, Mansion House Justice Room,” Conscientious Objection & the Great War: 1914-1920, accessed November 14, 2018, http://cosandgreatwar.swarthmore.edu/items/show/1194.

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