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Correspondence  > 1907

Correspondence: 1907
 

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000004675

01.01.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

It is very good. You should not increased T.'s pay just to please when you on the spot are dissatisfied with him. To say that because you are overworked, you cannot take physical exercise is an untenable excuse.
00004680A

05.01.1907

14636 HUSSEN, A. & AMOD J. 14637 GANDHI AND ALI

1

"We add ours to the many tributes laid at your feet, you have placed your names in the scroll of immorality".
000004681

08.01.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

The Secretary blames us, saying that the proof was sent after 2 months. Is it so ? Send me a list of simple Hindi and Tamil books.
000004682

11.01.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

Give me at leisure, the account of my expenses there: Ask Miss West to prepare the Accounts.
000004851

11.01.1907

13722 SHELAT, U. M. 02757 EDUCATION DEPARTMENT [MANAGER]

19

The whole correspondence with Petitions showing the vain efforts of Indians to get reopened the Girl's and infants' class in Higher Grade Indian School in spite of Government promise.
000004683

12.01.1907

13675 AMEER SHEIKH 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Reminder of 4670A (SN) Please return the document sent to you by me in April last year.
000004685

14.01.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

Translate in Gujarati "White Races" and Sir C. Dilike's speech in "India" Publish in English as supplement Amir's photograph.
000004684

14.01.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

3

You should not teach Manilal during Office hours and thus create envy. I regret having promised Manilal a piano. If he agrees to waive his right it would save expense Musical Band should come there:
000004686

18.01.1907

13485 BHAWANI 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

You have not, as promised, informed of the deeds. Budree has written several letters to me regarding the same. Please expedite.
000004687

22.01.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13485 BHAWANI

1

I have not received replies, and I was away so nothing further was done but I will take it up now though it is not urgent.
000004707

23.01.1907

14224 BUDREE 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Gives general news and hopes they will look after his property and his wife.
000004710

26.01.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

Wire our terms for printing to decide about the order. I wonder if you noticed the glaring blunders in English portion of Messrs Aver's order. I had to telegraph you.
000004688

27.01.1907

13696 BENNING FIELD & SON 14651 BUDREE C/O. GANDHI, M. K.

1

Your promissory Note in favour of Krugar and Davis is due on 31st. Your cheque will oblige.
000004690

28.01.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

4

With purity and skill our work will increase. We should draw a modest salary and send one person to England, to educate himself to utilise the surplus best. You are the fittest. I think etc. [C.K.G. = Chhaganalal K. Gandhi]
000004689

28.01.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

3

H.Thakar should be retained even by paying pound 5/- Glad to know of the change of the hour in teaching Manilal. Why has he called for Sanskrit book. It has been sent. Write about his studies and press work.
000004692

29.01.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

I cannot spare a moment due to the loss. Do the needful about Miss West. It is not an example worth copying.
000004691

30.01.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

3

I would like you to be a barrister. Or it is too costly, LL.B. of London University. What is your view ? You should train up Maganlal.
000004693

31.01.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

Very good thing. Did the ladies like it ? Were they explain the proceedings ? We are not ripe for "riddles" in the "Indian Opinion".
000004694

01.02.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13696 BENNING FIELD & SON

1

I enclose herewith cheque for pound 5-15-6 being amount of promissory notes for pound 5-15-6 and commission on cheque.
000004695

02.02.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

Keep him quite, and treat him with love and kindness. His latter to me shows he is not yet quite reconciled.
000004698

04.02.1907

13696 BENNING FIELD & SON 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

2

Thanks for you cheque. Please find the bill, enclosed duly cancelled.
000004696

05.02.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

I have not yet get at an Urdu poem, on morality. Point any which is non-communal. Pritamdas's "Parmarth Prichho Nahi" is good. Kabir is unexceptionable.
000004699

07.02.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13485 BHAWANI

1

I have now found the Title- Deeds and the 2 agreements and so the list of Budree's property is now complete. But as Bluff Land Property is not registered under Budree's name, I am now trying for registration.
000004700

07.02.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 00318 PITCHER W. E.

3

Will you kindly prepare the necessary papers and get the transfer registered in favour of my client Budree?
000004697

07.02.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

6

I fear you cannot go unless the press can carry on without Kalyandas, who goes away. It is absolutely necessary that none should take a salary above a fixed sum.
000028480

10.02.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

Same as 4701
000004701

12.02.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

I have now got an Urdu Book of Poems and I see the possibility of getting useful extracts therefrom.
000004702

13.02.1907

14444 AMMER SHEIKH, BHAWANI, AHIR DOORDIN 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Delay in passing transfer lies with you who will be responsible for the cost of any action that the transferee brings.
000004705

15.02.1907

00318 PITCHER W. E. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I am preparing the transfer sending declaration of purchaser, which please return signed by Budree, also send me a cheque for Pound 25 duty, fine stamps and fees.
000004703

16.02.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13675 AMEER SHEIKH

1

I shall attend to the matter of Budree next week, and send you the signature:
000004704

16.02.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

I send these [Given here] detailed instructions for printing the cards Please understand them fully. The copy that we sent to Late Justice Tyabji should be struck off.
000032322

16.02.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 00416 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

Gandhiji sends order from W.T. Avery Ltd., for prompt action. Printing of cards, specifications given. Ref. to a Gujarati order for Lalbhai Gobindji which Chhaganlal was asked to acknowledge receipt. Gandhiji is attending to the account of Abdul Ganie of Capetown. Ref. to copy sent to the late Justice B.Tayabjee. Ref. also to Ambalal Desai.
000004706

19.02.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 00318 PITCHER W. E.

1

Enclosed cheque for pound 25/- Mr. Budree being in India he cannot sign. Please procure a special declaration for me to sign.
000004708

23.02.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13675 AMEER SHEIKH

2

I now send you my power of attorney regarding the property duly witnessed also certificates of no previous sale.
000004709

25.02.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

I shall reach Phoenix on Thursday Morning and leave by 4 P.M. train. Come to Durban that we may spend a night there:
000004713

02.03.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

We shall talk about it, when I come there: Mr. Avery has not got his cards yet and Lalbhai his custom form.
000004712

02.03.1907

00318 PITCHER W. E. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Your cheque for pound 25/- In about two says, the documents of transfer will be completed, Sorry for late reply in press of business.
000028477

10.03.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

Same as 4713
000004714

11.03.1907

13679 MEHTA, H. T. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

Two persons' (Names given) complaints of no delivery of the paper for three weeks last.
000004715

11.03.1907

00318 PITCHER W. E. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Herewith I send you a special form declaration which, if correct, will you kindly swear and return to me ?
000004716

13.03.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 00318 PITCHER W. E.

1

Much obliged for your letter enclosing special form of declaration. I am giving the matter my early attention.
000004719

14.03.1907

13675 AMEER SHEIKH 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Did you instruct Mrs. Budree to receive 3 pound0/- from me as, I understand Mr. Budree wants pound 50/-.
000004717

15.03.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 00318 PITCHER W. E.

1

I now send you declaration duly sworn to.
000004718

16.03.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13675 AMEER SHEIKH

1

When in Durban, Mrs. Budree said nothing about 3 pound0/- to me. I have sent her pound 61/- for a promissory note due by Budree for pound 60/-.
000004720

18.03.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

I think the selection is proper, but invite your suggestions. Do not depend on my spellings of the words 1000 copies will do.
000004722

19.03.1907

13683 TATHAM, W. H. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Will you please send me your Power of Attorney as it has to be produced to the Registrar of Deeds?
000004723

20.03.1907

13675 AMEER SHEIKH 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Enclosed document for your signature: This is the land-sale settled by Arbitrators Mr. Tatham has also written to you.
000004721

21.03.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 10323 INDIAN OPINION

1

Do not print Hamidia Report this time. Sent yesterday Important English Gujarati notes [on Satyagraha?]
000004711

21.03.1907

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

1

Text of the amendment to Law III of 1885 and subsequent laws of 1886 and 1890.
000023898

25.03.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08271 NAOROJI, Dadabhai

2

Encloses a copy of his letter to sir William, opines that the proposed legislation will end Indian immigration. The letter to Sir William contains requests to him to take up the matter in "India".
000004724

25.03.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

Each week you will be glad to learn we run short of "Indian Opinion" You should point one or two hundred more copies than Requisitioned.
000004725

26.03.1907

13683 TATHAM, W. H. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Send Budree's power of Attorney to-day Urgent.
000004728

27.03.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13684 BUDREE (Mrs.)

1

I was surprised to get your telegram asking for pound 15/- as promised I sent pound 61/- to Kaliandas and asked you to take it from him. Please let me know if you have received it now.
000004727

27.03.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13684 BUDREE (Mrs.)

1

Have you not received pound 61/- ? See Kalyandas.
000004726

27.03.1907

13684 BUDREE (Mrs.) 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

In great need send pound 15/- soon.
000004729

28.03.1907

13684 BUDREE (Mrs.) 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Received pound 61/- but require the balance of promissory five pounds my maintenance.
000028479

31.03.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

Same as 4784
000004730

15.04.1907

00318 PITCHER W. E. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

2

Herewith I send you this transfer now duly registered with the complete title to the properties.
000004732

17.04.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

4

We should keep our Heart a witness of our studies We must prepare as diligently for the seer of our heart as we do for examiners. Manilal's Sanskrit reading was poor.
000004731

17.04.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 00318 PITCHER W. E.

1

Thanks. I enclose herewith cheque for pound 1-15-1, being the balance of your account in this matter.
000004733

19.04.1907

00318 PITCHER W. E. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I beg to acknowledge with thanks receipt of pound 1-15-1 in settlement of my accounts in this matter.
000004734

20.04.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

My family seem to have sent money lavishly, though there is little in detail that is objectionable. I intensely dislike Gokuldas paying Rs. 2000/- for bringing about his betrothal.
000004737

21.04.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

Let not the wicked and useless superstitions prohibiting touching the mother come in our way. The body must be as healthy as the boys of Mrs. Polak.
000023939

23.04.1907

08295 RITCH, L. W. 08271 NAOROJI, Dadabhai

1

Sends copy of a proposal as an alternative to the Transvaal Registration bill and commends it as a reasonable alternative.
000004736

23.04.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13685 KALIANDAS

1

Foot-Ghrea [Mrs Budree?] informs me that she is ill and wants the enclosed Deed. Hand it over to her after getting a receipt and inquiry for having it. [Mrs. Budree is Foot-Mania or Phoolmania]
000004735

23.04.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

Mrs. Polak and I hope the boy will be as good as his father. She sends three garments for (1)the boy (2)the mother and (3) Mrs. Anandlal.
000004739

26.04.1907

14449 KESHAVLAL (C/O. GANDHI M. K.) 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

The book is interesting and useful. You will see that we are several times mentioned in it.
000004738

26.04.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

"Jain" is very ably edited. "Islam Gazette is also fairly edited but cannot equal "Jain" for condensation and choice of matter. Invite Umar Sheth and treat him as cordially as we did Rustomji.
000004740

07.05.1907

14450 HEMCHAND (C/O. GANDHI M. K.) 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

Indians are greatly aGitated over it. Many many are ready to go to jail. God grant us success. Future is with Him.
000004741

08.05.1907

00725 GANDHI, Harilal M.? 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

Really so, but from all appearances, many will court jail. I am at your service for anything I can do for you.
000032382

08.05.1907

00633 GANDHI, Harilal 00416 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

Ref. to Chhaganlal's letter and that of Narandas. Ref. to Gokaldas, Bhagavanbhai and Kalyandas.
000004742

08.05.1907

14451 GANDHI, HEMCHAND 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

A very large meeting took oaths to stick to the 4th Resolution and not to get a new permits or registration.
000004743

12.05.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

3

I trust my earthen bandage to cure my headache. Overwork in Durban has brought a serious set back. Miss West and Thakkar should get increment before they demand it.
000004745

14.05.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 14452 GREEN AND TURNER (Messrs)

1

Bluff Land Property. Budree purchased a property for Pound 800/- sold by you. Can you give me any information regarding its Title Deeds.
000004744

14.05.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

I cannot write at length. Print 2000 copies this time and send me 300, all to reach me Monday.
000004747

15.05.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13688 GOODRICKE, G. H.

1

Will you kindly forward transfer to me ? I enclose herewith Cheque for Pound 20-5-6, in settlement of your accounts.
000004746

15.05.1907

13687 WALT & PIKE 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Will you authorise Mr. Tatham to hand us your Power of Attorney as loan as we prepare transfer for Vowda and company.
000004748

16.05.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

Details about an order for letter-heads of Germiston Sanatan Dharma Sabha.
000004750

17.05.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13683 TATHAM, W. H.

1

I shall be obliged if you kindly forward this Power of Attorney to Messrs Walt & Pike.
000004749

17.05.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 14255 WATT & PICK

1

I have written to Mr. Tatham to hand over to you my power of Attorney held from Budree.
000004751

18.05.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

Two earthen bandage on the head and two on the abdomen cured me of headache. Hemchand must go home rather than ask for extension of permit under the new Law. I advised others also similarly.
000004752

27.05.1907

13689 RAMLAJAN J. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Budree left Calcutta on the 1st instant. Please see to his safe arrival and disembarkation at Durban.
000004753

04.06.1907

14224 BUDREE 00157 GANDHI, M.K.

1

Landed safely. Will Write to you later.
000023940

10.06.1907

08295 RITCH, L. W. 08271 NAOROJI, Dadabhai

1

Sends copies of '"Indian Opinion"' clearifying the issues arising out of Registration Bill.
000004754

12.06.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

There is no disappointment for those whom difficulties spur to further action. The dutiful do 'Succeed' but some 'failure' are in reality "success", so we must work without an eye to reward.
000004755

18.06.1907

14449 KESHAVLAL (C/O. GANDHI M. K.) 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

You spell "Camay" wrongly, also write " & Go" instead of " & co". It looks very bad if we make such simple errors.
000004756

24.06.1907

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

1

Neither this nor any other statute provides for deportation as a penalty. The only penalties. The only penalties. The only penalties being under section 7 and 8, Ordinance 5 of 1903.
000023941

09.07.1907

08295 RITCH, L. W. 08271 NAOROJI, Dadabhai

1

Invites attention to a case where for assaulting an indentured labourer who later on died the employer was punished very lightly. Informs that a question on the subject will be asked in the parliament. Requests for help in getting the whole system if indentured labour abolished as cases of such assanlts are nunjrous and as it is detested by all enlightened people.
000004757

11.07.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

I suggest taking him on probation at 3 pound/- But you should do what you think best. How is Mr. Cordez ?
000004758

17.07.1907

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

2

The position of an Asiatic holding fixed property under the shelter is tacitly accepted in Lucas vs. Ismael case. Polak [for Camroodin] can compel Kau to pass transfer etc.
000025876

23.07.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08404 GOKHALE, Gopal Krishna

1

We are trying our best but it is difficult to rely upon Smuts. Polak is now there (in India) Please help him and do what you can.
000006071

01.08.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

Wrappers are very carelessly pasted and so some copies do not reach their addressees Take off and use the unimpressed stamp.
000004759

06.08.1907

13690 BENNING FIELD R. & SONS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

2

These Bills due 30th July have not been paid. If you are still acting for them would you do the needful.
000004760

08.08.1907

13690 BENNING FIELD R. & SONS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Enclosed cheque for Pound 5-13-6 regarding Mr. Budree's Bill. I am inquiring about Shanker's Bill.
00004762A

14.08.1907

14458 BENINGFIELD & R. SONS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Received Pound 5-12-0, Bill returned duly cancelled.
000004761

28.08.1907

13687 WALT & PIKE 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

We have against to request you to send after signature the documents sent up by S. Ameer. Our client has put to loss - a fine of 12 % .
000004762

30.08.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13687 WALT & PIKE

1

I am giving the matter my attention. As my client is in Durban, I am forwarding the papers to him.
000004763

23.09.1907

13460 BUDREE 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Do not sign the conditions regarding Suleiman Vawda and return them unsigned.
000004764

01.10.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

He tells me he owes something to '"Indian Opinion"' from Madanjit's time. Please inquire: Why did not you send many copies of Thoreau's book ?
000004765

01.10.1907

00000 "BLANK" 00000 "BLANK"

4

Deed of Transfer prepared by Anderson and Edmunds to complete the transfer. But is not signed.
000004766

04.10.1907

13687 WALT & PIKE 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Please return to us the documents with S. Ameer sent you, [by return post] as we wish to finish off the matter without delay.
000004767

06.10.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 00899 GANDHI, Maganlal K.

1

It is already registered and I have the Transfer Deed. Is that what he means ? Please let me Know.
000004768

12.10.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13687 WALT & PIKE

1

I am sorry, I have not been able to attend to your letter. I now return the documents herewith.
000004769

14.10.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 00899 GANDHI, Maganlal K.

1

I have carefully noted all fees, but tell him that he can strike off any amount, and I will accept his decision. He should not be allowed to feel that I betrayed the trust reposed in me.
000004770

16.10.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 14459 SHEPSTONE W. & B.

1

The Title was registered on 12-4-1906, and I find it prepared by you. I take it that this is the property referred to in your letter.
000004771

19.10.1907

14460 SHEPSTONE WHLIE 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Do we understand that transfer has been passed into Budree's name and that the Title Deeds are with you ?
000004772

22.10.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 14460 SHEPSTONE WHLIE

1

Your letter. The Title Deeds are in my possession.
000004774

24.10.1907

13687 WALT & PIKE 14224 BUDREE

1

Proceedings will have to be instituted to compel you to sell if you refuse to sign Transfer Deed. Please return the documents.
000004773

24.10.1907

14460 SHEPSTONE WHLIE 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Have you a lien on the Deeds ? If not, could you let us have them.
000004775

01.11.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 13694 SOME FRIEND

2

The letter rings throughout with that moral fervour which had made Gandhiji unique. Complete self-surrender and work for the sake of work, not reward alone can save us.
000004776

05.11.1907

13687 WALT & PIKE 14224 BUDREE

1

Since you refuse to sign the documents for Transfer, Please send them to us, to have them signed by the other parties.
000004777

08.11.1907

13695 ANDERSON & EDMUNDS 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

4

Herewith a copy of the agreement under which, we think, vowda can, and does intend to, force the sale. Besides the sellers have no reason for dissatisfaction.
000025874

14.11.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08404 GOKHALE, Gopal Krishna

1

Mr. Vonzenidar is coming there as our representative to the Indian National Congress. Please introduce him to the congress workers and guide him.
000025875

22.11.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08404 GOKHALE, Gopal Krishna

2

All our deligates to the Indian National Congress are Muslims. There is no communalism here, We are Indians first.
000004778

22.11.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 14460 SHEPSTONE WHLIE

1

I have no lien on the Deeds. Mr. Budree however tells me that the Deeds are not required. Still if you want them, I will send.
000004779

28.11.1907

14460 SHEPSTONE WHLIE 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

If Budree told you so, we have nothing further to say. Sorry for having troubled you in the matter.
000004782

01.12.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

There are many moral difficulties in the way of my giving you the money you spent on the improvement of land. I would prefer to pay your debt myself, but I can give you money for buying land.
000004785

01.12.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

Do not neglect Manilal's and Anandlal's studies on account of your mental uneasiness.
000004789

01.12.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

Now that Kalyandas goes and the rough Balance-sheet shows a profit of pound 20/-, your voyage has become almost impossible.
000004783

01.12.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

8

A long letter with detailed instructions to Gandhi Chhaganlal. "You and West alone understand the Scheme- so keep your heart open before West." Beans loves me so he stick, but does not know the Scheme.
000004787

01.12.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

I am sending you a book by Tolstoy L. which you and Maganlal should carefully read.
000004784

01.12.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

2

Request Beans to be open to you and win his heart. All You three brothers help West and cheer him up. Have such unity among you three brothers, that others may be impressed. I am convinced our resolution was correct.
000004781

01.12.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 00899 GANDHI, Maganlal K.

4

Brahmacharya should be observed for the development of the soup, otherwise it only increases sorrow in the world. Before doing anything one must ask oneself if it leads to self-conquest
000004786

01.12.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

1

Shah is shia and Amir is Sunni and the local Muslims "Jamat" being 'Sunnat' is more interested in [Ameer] Amir.
000004788

01.12.1907

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01305 GANDHI, Chhaganlal K.

5

"I have great faith in [you Chhaganlal]. So i think of sending you to England. "Will Maganlal back up the proposal ?" etc.
000004790

01.12.1907

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4

Verses regarding Phoenix-Farm ? 'I take for my theme, a saint and a scheme, tahe saint had a dream he could make paradise here on earth a light humours satire:
000004780

30.12.1907

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2

Beyond removing persons to the borders of the colony, no colony has any power to deport. We therefore advise Defendants to agree to proceed to the frontier and then to refuse to cross. If the Police use force an interdict from the court can be demanded.

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