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" Colonel Sibthorp had prayed that hail or lightning might descend from heaven to defeat the ill-advised project. If others did not invoke doom on the structure itself, they were no less fervent in prophesying doom to property, to morals, nay, even to the... "
Political Writings: Letter to Henry Ashworth. How wars are got up in India ... - Sivu 234
tekijä(t) Richard Cobden - 1867
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The Political Writings of Richard Cobden, Nide 2

Richard Cobden - 1867
...enough. They commenced by assailing personally, with unmeasured invective, the author of the coup d'etat, and heaping contemptuous epithets on the French people...; that it is perfect madness, at one and the same time to profess a belief in the hostile intentions of a foreign country, and to parade before the eyes...

The Life of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort, Nide 2

Sir Theodore Martin - 1876 - 2 sivua
...was no longer doubtful. It still, however, both at home and abroad, was the subject of attack. During the debate on the Address on the first night of the session, Colonel Sibthorp had prayed that hail or lightning might descend from heaven to defeat the ill-advised...

The Political Writings of Richard Cobden

Richard Cobden, Frederick William Chesson - 1878 - 394 sivua
...the public and private character of the man who wields that force which you say is irresistible."* In the debate on the Address, on the first night of...disapprobation to the inflammatory language of the press. And again, speaking of the disposition of the President, he said :— " My Lords, I will go further,...

An Anecdotal History of the British Parliament: From the Earliest to the ...

George Henry Jennings - 1880 - 530 sivua
...telling. A Turning Point. — When Sir Robert Peel indicated his adoption of free trade policy, in a debate on the address on the first night of the session of 1846, the House, although intensely interested, did not seem eager to enter then upon a discussion...

The Life of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort, Nide 2

Sir Theodore Martin - 1880
...was no longer doubtful. It still, however, both at home and abroad, was the subject of attack. During the debate on the Address on the first night of the session, Colonel Sibthorp had prayed that hail or lightning might descend from heaven to defeat the ill-advised...

An Anecdotal History of the British Parliament: From the Earliest Periods to ...

George Henry Jennings - 1881 - 530 sivua
...telling. A Turning Point. — When Sir Robert Peel indicated his adoption of free trade policy, in a debate on the address on the first night of the session of 1846, the House, altheugh intensely interested, did not seem eager to enter then upon a discussion...

Fifty Years of Public Work of Sir Henry Cole, K. C. B., Accounted ..., Nide 1

Sir Henry Cole - 1884
...were beaten in supporting the Queen and her Consort. LVIII. Sir Theodore Martin writes : — " During the debate on the Address on the first night of the Session of 1851, Colonel Sibthorp had prayed that hail or lightning might descend from heaven to defeat the ill-advised...

Fifty years of public work of sir Henry Cole ... accounted for in his deeds ...

sir Henry Cole - 1884
...were beaten in supporting the Queen and her Consort. LVII I. Sir Theodore Martin writes : — " During the debate on the Address on the first night of the Session of 1851, Colonel Sibthorp had prayed that hail or lightning might descend from heaven to defeat the ill-advised...

The History of the Radical Party in Parliament

William Harris - 1885 - 510 sivua
...a fixed duty, maintained that the tax ought to be levied not for revenue, but for protection. Now, in the debate on the address on the first night of the session, Russell said, " I am convinced that protection is not the support, but the bane of agriculture." The...

Letters of Dorothea, Princess Lieven: During Her Residence in London, 1812-1834

Darʹi͡a Khrīstoforovna Benckendorff Līeven (kni͡agīni͡a), Princess Dorothea Lieven - 1902 - 414 sivua
...Roman Catholics, but Parliament was invited to consider without delay the means of pacifying Ireland. In the debate on the Address, on the first night of the Session, Mr. Brougham pointedly referred to the existence of two opposing currents in the Cabinet. ' Measures...




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