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Bøker Bok 110 av 17He said he thought there could be no greater calamity to Europe than that Hungary...
" He said he thought there could be no greater calamity to Europe than that Hungary should be separated from the Austrian Empire. Well, then, we have got rid of Hungary; and, next, the noble Lord the Member for the City of London (Lord John Russell) tells... "
Speeches on Questions of Public Policy - Side 324
av Richard Cobden - 1878 - 662 sider
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Thomas Curson Hansard - 1845
...— the effect of the Treaty of Waitangi, made under the direction of Lord Normanby, and confirmed by the noble Lord the Member for the city of London (Lord John Russell), the predecessor of Lord Stanley. In order to shake the weight of that Treaty, the hon. and learned...
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Charges Against Lord Viscount Palmerston: Proceedings on the Motion of ...

1848 - 121 sider
...observation. MR. ANSTEY : Certainly ; I meant to do that when I submitted myself to the Chair. Sir, the noble Lord the Member for the city of London (Lord John Russell) expressed a hope the other night, that friendly relations might still subsist between this country...
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Speeches on Questions of Public Policy

John Bright - 1868
...Hungary should be separated from the Austrian Empire. Well, then, we have got rid of Hungary; and, next, the noble Lord the Member for the City of London (Lord John Russell) tells us it is quite a mistake to suppose that he ever intended to go to war for Poland. In fact, he...
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Speeches on Questions of Public Policy, Volum 2

Richard Cobden - 1870
...great expense. It cannot bo done without great armaments constantly on the watch over Turkey. You hare bound yourselves to the task of maintaining a tottering...upon that subject. Mr. Fox, when the Tories of his dav were urging, as the noble Lord is now urging against Russia, that we must have security against...
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Brave men's footsteps, by the editor of 'Men who have risen'.

James Hogg - 1872
...measures. But, Sir, there is a name which ought to be associated with their success. It is not the name of the noble lord the member for the City of London [Lord John Russell, who succeeded Peel as Premier], neither is it my name. Sir, the name which ought to be, and which will...
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Beeton's Public speaker, a collection of specimens of British and foreign ...

1875
...without prejudice and with due deliberation. The course adopted by the other House on the motion of the noble lord the member for the City of London {Lord John Russell} will have this effect, that no single member of that House, who may be unconnected with office, will...
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The Treasury of British Eloquence: Specimens of Brilliant Orations by the ...

Robert Cochrane - 1877 - 544 sider
...without prejudice and. with due deliberation. The course adopted by the other House on the motion of l. But prudence forbids me to say more. God knows I do not at this t will have this effect, that no single member of that House, who may be unconnected with office, will...
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The treasury of British eloquence, compiled by R. Cochrane

Robert Cochrane (miscellaneous writer) - 1877
...without prejudice and with due deliberation. The course adopted by the other House on the motion of )T,U, &^"_"_ ,( will have this effect, that no single member of that House, who may be unconnected with office, will...
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The Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, K.G., and ..., Volum 1

Alexander Charles Ewald - 1881
...support of this House. All I can say is, I hope the instructions which the noble lord has given to the noble lord the member for the City of London (Lord John Russell) are conceived in a more frank spirit, and in more intelligible language than the communications which...
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The Right Hon. Benjamin Disraeli: Earl of Beaconsfield, K. G., and His Times

Alexander Charles Ewald - 1881
...support of this House. All I can say is, I hope the instructions which the noble lord has given to the noble lord the member for the City of London (Lord John Eussell) are conceived in a more frank spirit, and in more intelligible language than the communications...
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