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" I cannot help saying," he went on, " that the measure which the Cabinet are prepared to recommend is one which we should all of us have stoutly opposed if either Lord Palmerston or Lord John Russell had ventured to bring it forward. "
The Public Life of the Right Honourable the Earl of Beaconsfield, K.G., Etc ... - 99. oldal
szerző: Francis Hitchman - 1879
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1859
...permanently on others. I will not dwell upon other points, for this is enough. But I cannot help saying that the measure which the Cabinet are prepared to recommend is one which we should all of us have strongly opposed if either Lord Palmerston or Lord John Kusscll had ventured to bring it forward. Under...

Annual Register

1860
...permanently on others. I will not dwell upon other points, for this is enough. But I cannot help saying that the measure which the Cabinet are • prepared...Lord John Russell had ventured to bring it forward. (Laughter and Opposition dicers.) Under all these circumstances, I have no alternative but to repeat...

Annual Register, 101. kötet

Edmund Burke - 1860
...permanently on others. I will not dwell upon other points, for this is enough. But I cannot help saying that the measure which the Cabinet are prepared to...should all of us have stoutly opposed, if either Lord Palmerstoii or Lord John llussell had ventured to bring it forward. (Laughter and Opposition dicers.)...

Whig and Tory Administrations During the Last Thirteen Years

Homersham Cox - 1868 - 122 oldal
...every principle which the Conservatives as a party have always maintained. .... I cannot help saying that the measure which the Cabinet are prepared to recommend is one which we should all of us have strongly opposed if either Lord Palmerston or Lord John Russell had ventured to bring it forward, f...

Whig and Tory Administrations During the Last Thirteen Years

Homersham Cox - 1868 - 122 oldal
...every principle which the Conservatives as a party have always maintained. .... I cannot help saying that the measure which the Cabinet are prepared to recommend is one which we should all of us have strongly opposed if either Lord Palmerston or Lord John Russell had ventured to bring it forward, f...

The public life of the ... earl of Beaconsfield, 2. kötet

Francis Hitchman - 1879
...with the question at all from the Tory point of view, was in the meantime looked at with suspicion and uneasiness by the more pronounced Conservatives...somewhat more elaborate in his explanation, protesting in energetic terms against the notion of a hard and fast line on the question of the suffrage. His...

THE LIFE OF HIS ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCE CONSORT

THEODORE MARTIN - 1879
...It was one,' said Mr. Walpole, speaking in the House of Commons (1st March, 1859), ' which we would all of us have stoutly opposed, if either Lord Palmerston or Lord John Eussell had brought it forward.' 2 No more than one million extra was asked for under this head. But...

A History of Our Own Times from the Accession of Queen Victoria to ..., 3. kötet

Justin McCarthy - 1880
...that the measure which the Cabinet were prepared to recommend was one which they should all of them have stoutly opposed if either Lord Palmerston or...Lord John Russell had ventured to bring it forward. This seemed to Mr. Walpole reason enough for his declining to have anything to do with it. It did not...

The public life of the ... earl of Beaconsfield

Francis Hitchman - 1881
...pronounced Conservatives in the Administration the consequence being that when Mr. Disraeli's scheme^was brought forward in the Cabinet, Mr. Walpole and Mr....Lord Palmerston or Lord John Russell had ventured to brine; it forward." On the 1st of March, 1859, Mr. Walpole made his statement in the House, reading...

The Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, K.G., and ..., 1. kötet

Alexander Charles Ewald - 1881
...have now determined to adopt on the important subject of parliamentary reform. I cannot help saying that the measure which the cabinet are prepared to...Lord John Russell had ventured to bring it forward. Under all these circumstances, I have no alternative but to repeat the request with which I commenced;...




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