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" The truth is, they look only to their sale. They make their way like sycophants with the public, by finding out the prejudices and prepossessions of the moment, and then flattering them ; and the number of soi-disant Government or Opposition papers abound... "
Memoirs and Correspondence of Viscount Castlereagh, Second Marquess of ... - Page 19
by Robert Stewart Castlereagh (Viscount) - 1853
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A History of the English People ...: England in 1815

Elie HalÚvy - Great Britain - 1924
...that no pecuniary assistance that Government could offer would really be worth their acceptance. . . . The truth is, they look only to their sale. They make...the Government is generally popular or unpopular." * 1 The Times, February n, 1807. Grant, Newspaper Press, vol. i. pp. 436 aqq. For the relations between...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 38

1853
...a most decided and mischievous part against the Dtikc of York in the year 180J, and we could пэ( get any public print to support us last year, either...Bill. The truth is, they look only to their sale. They mrike their wny like sycoS hauts with the public, by finding out the prejuices and prepossessions of...
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