Sinclair, John, 1st Baron Pentland, 1860-1925 (Secretary of Scotland 1905-1912 )
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Scope and Contents Forsyth writes that Arthur Cecil will send his horse to Benbecula or South Uist. He has seen the negative letter from Calgary and encourages Ewart to make a reply if he thinks fit. He has forwarded Pipon's letter to the Secretary of State for Scotland with a suggestion that the Congested District Board and War Office now cooperate. He would like the yellow dun mare to go to Monkstadt (the experimental farm of the Congested Districts Board), perhaps in exchange for the two-year old filly from...
Dates: 02 April 1908
Scope and Contents Forsyth states that he received Ewart's letter from Barra and agrees that they must send another stallion there, but not this season. He writes that he has sent a copy of Ewart's report to the Secretary of State.
Dates: 29 April 1906
Scope and Contents Sinclair, who signs himself 'Pentland', writes from the Scottish Office at Whitehall that Sir John Struthers does not require to see Ewart again to discuss their business, but encourages Ewart to think further about linking the work of his advisory council with that of other bodies in Scotland.
Dates: 27 February 1911