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" The qualities in Lord Aberdeen's character, which the Queen values most highly, his candour and his courage in expressing opinions, even if opposed to general feelings at the moment, are in this instance dangerous to him, and the Queen hopes that in... "
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Page 217
1878
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The Life of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort, Volume 3

Sir Theodore Martin - Great Britain - 1877 - 2 pages
...the moment, are in this instance dangerous to him, and the Queen hopes that in the vindication of his own conduct today, which ought to be triumphant, as...policy to make us fight with all our might against it.' Lord Aberdeen introduced his statement by moving for a copy of a Despatch written by himself to Lord...
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The Life of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort, Volume 3

Sir Theodore Martin - Great Britain - 1877 - 2 pages
...moment, are in this instance dangerous to him, and the Q,ueen hopes that in the vindication of his own conduct today, which ought to be triumphant, as...ungrateful and injurious task of vindicating the Emperor of Eussia from any of the exaggerated charges brought against him and his policy, at a time when there...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volume 123

1878
...moment — are in this instance dangerous to him ; and the Queen hopes that in the vindication of his own conduct today — which ought to be triumphant,...fight with all our might against it." Mr Gladstone, in the debate on a motion of Mr Disraeli, developed the views of the Peelite members of the Aberdeen...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 145

English literature - 1878
...the moment, are in this instance dangerous to him, and the Queen hopes that in the vindication of his own conduct to-day — which ought to be triumphant,...policy to make us fight with all our might against it.' Yet in the midst of the difficulties to which Lord Aberdeen was afterwards exposed from the indignation...
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Letters of Verax

Henry Dunckley - Great Britain - 1878 - 260 pages
...among other things, is what the Queen says in reply : " The Queen hopes that in the vindication of his own conduct to-day, which ought to be triumphant,...policy to make us fight with all our might against it." I make no comments upon these remarks. My loyalty forbids. It is a somewhat graver matter when, after...
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The Life of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort, Volume 3

Sir Theodore Martin - Great Britain - 1878 - 2 pages
...the moment, are in this instance dangerous to him, and the Queen hopes that in the vindication of his own conduct to-day, which ought to be triumphant,...policy to make us fight with all our might against it.' Lord Aberdeen introduced his statement by moving for a copy of a Despatch written by himself to Lord...
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The London Quarterly Review, Volumes 145-146

1878
...the moment, are m this instance dangerous to him, and the Queen hopes that in the vindication of his own conduct to-day — which ought to be triumphant,...charges brought against him and his policy, at a time 1878. The Crown and the Constitution. when there is enough in that policy to make us fight with all...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 145

English literature - 1878
...the moment, are in this instance dangerous to him, and the Queen hopes that in the vindication of his own conduct to-day — which ought to be triumphant,...the ungrateful and injurious task of vindicating the Enipcror of Russia from any of the exaggerated charges brought against him and his policy, at a time...
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Fifty Years of the English Constitution, 1830-1880

Sheldon Amos - Constitutional history - 1880 - 495 pages
...moment, are in this instance ' dangerous to him, and the Queen hopes that in the ' vindication of his own conduct to-day, which ought to ' be triumphant,...to make us fight with' all our might against it.' 1 Of course it is well known that attempts have been made of late in some quarters to give a theoretical...
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Fifty Years of the English Constitution, 1830-1880

Sheldon Amos - Constitutional history - 1880 - 495 pages
...moment, are in this instance ' dangerous to him, and the Queen hopes that in the ' vindication of his own conduct to-day, which ought to ' be triumphant,...policy ' to make us fight with all our might against it.'1 Of course it is well known that attempts have been made of late in some quarters to give a theoretical...
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