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Correspondence  > 1910

Correspondence: 1910
 

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000005184

01.01.1910

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Narration of the causes that led to the passive resistance conflict and its renewal. Emphasis on the point that it was a fight for a principle.
000018471

06.01.1910

11013 TOBIA PHILIP 11014 NEW AGE, THE, Editor

1

The government in the south Africa has helped anti Indian laws which even the boers did not do the Imperial government has acquiesed. Gandhi the valient leader has undergone unprisonment.
000029513

12.01.1910

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08740 WEST, Albert Henry

3

(1) Feels highly dissatisfied with the mislading modern life & says Greater the conviection Golder my experiments. (2) Makes personal inquires.
000005182

20.01.1910

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

5

Brahmacharya is perhaps the most difficult vow. Take if possible Santoke's approval. Do nothing lightly. Cordez may have faults, but who has not. Manilal is arrested and will be released on Friday.
000005183

23.01.1910

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1

Polak was taken in a procession and often garlanded. The sincerity and pathos in his voice affected the coolest members.
000005185

18.02.1910

13828 BRIDGEMAN, F. B. 14572 TRANSVAAL LEADER

1

A vigorous protest against the shocking moral and sanitary filthy state of locations. An outrage against humanity and justice as the natives pay large sums as taxes.
000005186

18.02.1910

13471 GREGOROWSKI, R. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Their appeal was upheld and conviction quashed. Now they will be probably deported under Act 36 of 1908 Sections. 9 and 7.
000005187

01.03.1910

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6

Several Specimens of Printed notices, vouchers etc of the International Printing Press [Gandhi's Press in Phoenix].
000005550

07.03.1910

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1

Received from Valabhram China, a Knife.
000025540

24.03.1910

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08413 SREENIVAS T.

2

They are of different sub casts but most of them are first rank fighters in the struggle.
000025560

25.04.1910

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

6

Money donated to pay up debts of "Indian Opinion" is really expense of the struggle and you have approved of it. Ear marked funds are spent for their purposes. I myself have sunk everything I had and am maintained by friends. We are all wedded to poverty and think of having common kitchen to minimise the expenditure etc. etc.
000025561

02.05.1910

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

2

The book contains my personal views and are result of deep thinking. It has been prescribed but that I think should not affect the Indian leaders in the matter of helping the struggle here:
000005188

05.05.1910

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1

Both the Judges held that the detentions of the 2 Chinese, till the sailing of the steamer for China, was valid and upheld the detention.
000032386

18.05.1910

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

3

Gandhiji refers to Chhaganlal's letter and wants him to go to South Africa to be at the Phoenix farm. Gandhiji reminds Chhaganlal of teachings of 'Gita'. Gandhiji "orders" Chhaganlal to go to Phoenix farm.
000022390

25.05.1910

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08115 PATHER, T. D.

1

I am glad that you are is not concerned in any injustice to Indians.
000023841

21.07.1910

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01342 NATESAN

1

Thanks for your tribute and donation to the cause of the Civil Disobedience movement in South Africa. Its success is due to the inspiration of the great leaders of India.
000005190

18.08.1910

13460 BUDREE 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Please send me all papers regarding 142 of lot 12 of Ladysmith. Is the late Jeram Singh's will with you ?
000005189

21.08.1910

14573 KOTHARI, KANAIYALAL G. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

2

Please do the needful. She is absolutely destitute. If you can gather her husband's property, you will confer a boon.
000025562

30.09.1910

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

1

A letter of introduction in favour of Mr. Manilal Doctor.
000005191

13.10.1910

13460 BUDREE 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Please send my papers and my account. Also all papers, title-deeds, will, etc of Jeram Singh and his account.
000032493

12.11.1910

09058 CHIEF JUSTICE 00899 GANDHI, Maganlal K.

2

The Acting Chief Justice of the Supreme court of South Africa (Natal Provincial Division) issues a summmons to Maganalal K. Gandhi, Editor of "Indian Opinion" to remain present at the time of the hearing of the case between Abdul Carim Hajee Adam and Hajee Mohamed Hajee Dada on 14th November 1910
000005193

18.11.1910

13830 TATA, Ratan Jamshetji 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

3

The brave handfuls must be more heartily supported, morally and materially by India as they are fighting for India's honour. If the cheque helps you in getting that, I shall be happy.
000005192

18.11.1910

13830 TATA, Ratan Jamshetji 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

2

I asked Gokhale to draft a letter to cover the cheque. I have made some changes, you can make any and then publish it.
000005194

22.11.1910

14643 SECRETARY FOR INTERIOR, UNION OF S.A. 02946 BRITISH INDIAN ASSOCIATION

1

I regret I cannot furnish you with a copy of any proposed draft legislation before publication in "Government Gazette"
00005196A

22.11.1910

01626 AMRITLAL 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I will not permit Anandlal to return to South Africa. I am too very old and he has wasted his years in South Africa etc.
000005195

25.11.1910

13725 HOSKEN, William 00157 GANDHI, M.K.

1

Have seen Smuts. Assures me New Act will satisfy Indians but will not now grant copy draft act promises it later.
000005196

26.11.1910

13850 INTERIOR DEPARTMENT (E.F.C. Lane) 13725 HOSKEN, William

2

Not being in final form, it is no use sending you a copy now. A copy will be sent later. Smuts objects to your word "persecution" of Indians. It is understood you mean "prosecution."
000005200

01.12.1910

14579 HOSKEN & CARTWRIGHT 12867 SMUTS, J. C.

1

Indians have asked for removal of colour bar. They ask you to stand by your promise regarding Free - State. Practically no Indian will enter Free - State but they want right. An anxious to promote peace.
000026455

01.12.1910

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 00660 GANDHI, Manilal

3

I conduct the school and so do not have much spare time. I am sure you can mix with Jamnadas.
000005201

01.12.1910

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15

[Mr. Natesan's very moving earnest please] It is a shame that India gave only 1 lakh where as Mr. Gandhi alone has spent over 2 lakhs for the cause. [A very worthy tribute to South Africa Satyagraha.]
000005197

02.12.1910

14577 CARTWRIGHT, Albert 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

2

I agree you never contemplated then giving up rights enjoyed prior to Act 2 of 1907. I always understood that the names of minors on their parents' certificate was complete protection for them for all the life.
000005198

05.12.1910

12901 HOSKEN, William 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

For your information, I enclose a letter from Smuts. I asked him to stop persecuting the Indians in view of the new Law.
000023842

09.12.1910

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 01342 NATESAN

14

Thanks for the financial help which was very timely and for the care bestowed on the deportees. Strict economy is necessary to enable us to continue the struggle. All are not above board. So helping individual family was discontinued and were asked to stay at the farm or find. their own means. It also enables us to know good from the bad elements. The farm conducts educational activities also. Complaints are there but they are very few. Details about developments and visits. I hope settlement with South Africa will be reahced soon.
000029660

15.12.1910

00001 GANDHI, M. K. 08759 DOKE, Olive C. (Miss)

3

Re addressee's giving singing lessons to Ramdas & General news & inquires.
000005202

16.12.1910

14386 POLAK, H. S. L. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

3

I will collect Pound 75/- for them. I saw Sheriner. He was very nice, wished to be remembered to you, and most eulogistic regarding '"Indian Opinion"'.
000005199

22.12.1910

13464 BUDREE, Ahir 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

I wrote to you for them, but you have not replied. Please let me know if you have got them. If not, look into Nazar's papers.
00005202A

22.12.1910

14386 POLAK, H. S. L. 00001 GANDHI, M. K.

1

Accounts for the remaining amount of Pound 5/-

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