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Bøker Bok 110 av 11England, would perish, and that the agricultural labourer throughout the United Kingdom...
" England, would perish, and that the agricultural labourer throughout the United Kingdom would be redeemed from that poverty and serfdom which, up to this time, have been his lot. It would take a night, it would take a long speech, to go into the question... "
Speeches on Questions of Public Policy - Side 335
av John Bright - 1869
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Utilitarianism Explained and Exemplified in Moral and Political Government

1864 - 463 sider
...construction, can be held to imply such a meaning. He simply says that, " the agricultural laborer throughout the United Kingdom would be redeemed from...serfdom which up to this time have been his lot." If his meaning is to be inferred from his words it is simply this;—that if the laborer were left...
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The Quarterly Review, Volum 119

1866
...perish, and the agi-icnltural labourer throughout tho United Kingdom would have been redeemed from the poverty and serfdom which up to this time have been his lot. It would take a night and take a long speech to go into tho subject and condition of that unfortunate class. Bnt with laws...
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The Quarterly Review, Volum 119

1866
...rural districts. It is only two years ago that he spoke to the people of Rochdale as follows : — ' I should say if we were fairly represented that feudalism with regard to the people of England would perish, and the agricultural labourer throughout the United Kingdom would have...
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The Life and Speeches of the Right Honourable John Bright, M.P.

George Barnett Smith - 1881
...a country where they are deprived of the advantage of political power.' What Mr. Bright said at the meeting on the subject of the land was this : ' I...condition of that unfortunate class ; but with laws such as we have, which are intended to bring vast tracts of land into the possession of one man — that...
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Transactions, Volum 4

Institution of Surveyors (Great Britain).
...should say, if we were fairly represented, thatfeudalism with regard totheland of England wouldperish, and that the agricultural labourer throughout the...from that poverty and serfdom which up to this time has been his lot. It would take a night, it would take a long speech to go into the question of the...
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The life and speeches of ... John Bright. Popular ed

George Barnett Smith - 1882
...a country where they are deprived of the advantage of political power.' What Mr. Bright said at the meeting on the subject of the land was this : ' I...condition of that unfortunate class; but with laws such as we have, which are intended to bring vast tracts of land into the possession of one man—that one...
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English Newspapers: Chapters in the History of Journalism, Volum 2

Henry Richard Fox Bourne - 1887 - 413 sider
...were fairly represented,' he said, ' feudalism with regard to the land of England would perish, and the agricultural labourer throughout the United Kingdom...serfdom which, up to this time, have been his lot. With laws such as we have, which are intended to bring vast tracts of land into the possession of one...
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The Life of John Bright

George Macaulay Trevelyan - 1913 - 480 sider
...lead to great improvements in their condition, and that when they had been armed with the vote, ' they would be redeemed from that poverty and serfdom which up to this time have been their lot.' s When the Times misrepresented Bright as having proposed violent confiscation, Cobden's...
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The Life of John Bright

George Macaulay Trevelyan - 1913 - 480 sider
...lead to great improvements in their condition, and that when they had been armed with the vote, ' they would be redeemed from that poverty and serfdom which up to this time have been their lot.' 3 When the Times misrepresented Bright as having proposed violent confiscation, Cobden's...
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Rethinking Nineteenth-century Liberalism: Richard Cobden Bicentenary Essays

Anthony Howe, Simon Morgan - 2006 - 302 sider
...parliamentary reform. Bright put it: 'if we were fairly represented, that feudalism would perish, and the agricultural labourer throughout the United Kingdom...poverty and serfdom which up to this time have been his lot'.6 The leader in The Times on the following day took these to be inflammatory, even incendiary,...
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