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Bøker Bok 110 av 23with the true Liberal statesman, .England's first care is held to be the care of...
" with the true Liberal statesman, .England's first care is held to be the care of her own children within her own shores, the redress of wrongs, the supply of needs, the improvement of laws and institutions. "
Speeches on Questions of Public Policy - Side 443
av John Bright - 1869
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The Eclectic Review, Volum 3;Volum 95

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1852
...party is the old tory clique furbished up anew, and adapted somewhat to the phase of 1852. It, however, there is one thing more certain than another, it is this, that they retain as large a portion as our altered circumstances permit of the genuine Sidraouth and Castlereagh...
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Thrift

Samuel Smiles - 1875 - 384 sider
...by a sense of what is fitted for them, to adopt what is called an active pursuit of some sort. ... If there is one thing more certain than another, it is this — that every member of a community is bound to do something for that community, in return for what he gets from...
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Mixed Essays

Matthew Arnold - 1879 - 347 sider
...own shores, the redress of wrongs, the supply of needs, the improvement of laws and institutions.' If there is one thing more certain than another, it is this: that the middle class is in France happier than with us. If there is one need more crying than another,...
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Mixed Essays

Matthew Arnold - 1880 - 347 sider
...own shores, the redress of wrongs, the supply of needs, the improvement of laws and institutions.' If there is one thing more certain than another, it is this: that the middle class is in France hafpUr than with us. If there is one need more crying than another, it...
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Debates: Official Report, Volum 1

Canada. Parliament. House of Commons - 1880
...consume. Hon. gentlemen must remember also that tho real truth isaptto be worse than the figures show. If there is one thing more certain than another it is this that the poorest man is always the man who gets the least money value for his wages. He is the man who has...
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Mixed Essays

Matthew Arnold - 1880 - 347 sider
...own shores, the redress of wrongs, the supply of needs, the improvement of laws and institutions.' if there is one thing more certain than another, it is this : that the middle class is in France happier than with us. If there is one need more crying than another,...
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Thrift: Or, How to Get on in the World

Samuel Smiles - 1881 - 307 sider
...perhaps by a sense of what is fitted for them, to adopt what is called an active pin-suit of some sort If there is one thing more certain than another, it is this — that every member of a community is bound to do something for that community, in return for what he gets from...
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Report of the Proceedings

Church congress - 1885
...men who are ignorant of history. Doubtless, the conquering heathen had pillaged and oppressed, but if there is one thing more certain than another it is this, that whatever may have been the condition of the Christian Church in England on Augustine's arrival, corrupt...
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A History of the Jewish People in the Time of Jesus Christ, Volum 3

Emil Schürer - 1886
...same time to give us an idea how far we can here hope to obtain results of a trustworthy character. If there is one thing more certain than another it is this, that the book is not all tlie production of one and tJie same author. Not only is the section containing...
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The Way to Win: Showing how to Succeed in Life

John Thomas Dale - 1887 - 611 sider
...with the excuse that they cannot spare the time. Said the Earl of Derby, in an address to students: " If there is one thing more certain than another, it is this, — that every member of a community is bound to do something for that community in return for what he gets from it;...
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