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" Mark what I say: it is truth. No Minister ever yet fell, but from his own inefficiency. If his downfall be occasioned, as it generally is, by the intrigues of one of his own creatures, his downfall is merited for having been the dupe of a tool, which... "
Young England: Being Vivian Grey, Coningsby, Sybil, Tancred - Page 611
by Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1904
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The People's Library, Volume 2

English fiction - 1842
...having crushed it when formed. No conjuncture canpwsibly occur, however fearful, however tremendous if may appear, from which a man, by his own energy, may...can dissipate the impending water-spout !" CHAPTER XXm. IT was on the third day of the visit to Mr. Bcckendorff, just as that gentleman was composing...
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The Cyclopædia of Wit and Humor: Containing Choice and Characteristic ...

William Evans Burton - Wit and humor - 1858
...party ; for baring allowed it to be formed ; or for not having crushed it when formed. Xo conjecture can possibly occur, however fearful, however tremendous...extricate himself — as a mariner by the rattling of his camiou can dissipate the impending water-spout!" ABERNETHYAKA. FROM TARIOÜ3 SOURCES. ABERNETHT'S mind...
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Vivian Grey, Volumes 1-2

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1859
...your belief of your powers were sincere, you should have proved it by the manner in which you have struggled against adversity, not merely by the mode...•• IT was on the third day of the visit to Mr. Becken»rff, just as that gentleman was composing his mind after his noon-meal with his favourite Cremona,...
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THE CYCLOPEDIA OF WIT AND HUMOR

1864
...party; for having allowed it to be formed; or for not having crushed it when formed. No conjecture can possibly occur, however fearful, however tremendous...which a man, by his own energy, may not extricate himself—as a mariner by the rattling of his cannon can dissipate the impending water-spout!" ABERNETHYANA....
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 1; Volume 225

Early English newspapers - 1868
...possibly occur (to a Minister), however fearful, however tremendous it may appear, from whence a man, of his own energy, may not extricate himself, as a mariner by the rattling of his cannon VOL. I., NS 1868. RR can dissipate the impending water-spout." Forty years after this was written,...
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Novels and tales. (Hughenden ed.)

Benjamin Disraeli (earl of Beaconsfield.) - 1881
...the dupe of a tool which in all probability ho should never h»ve employed. If he fall through tho open attacks of his political opponents, his downfall...can dissipate the impending water-spout ! ' CHAPTER VIH. IT was on the third day of the visit to Mr. Beckendorff, just as that gentleman was composing...
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English Prose: Selections, Volume 5

Sir Henry Craik - English prose literature - 1896
...your belief of your powers were sincere, you should have proved it by the manner in which you have struggled against adversity, not merely by the mode...his cannon can dissipate the impending waterspout ! ' (From ' HOPES DISPELLED GRATITUDE to Lord Grey was the hustings cry at the end of 1832, the pretext...
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The Inner Life of the House of Commons, Volume 2

William White - 1897
...possibly occur (to a Minister), however fearful, however tremendous it may appear, from whence a man, of his own energy, may not extricate himself, as a mariner...his cannon can dissipate the impending waterspout." Forty years have come and gone since this was written, and during that long time how often has he proved...
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Vivian Grey

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1900
...should never have employed. If he fall through the open attacks of his 371 political opponents, bis downfall is equally deserved for having occasioned...VIII. IT was on the third day of the visit to Mr. BeckeudorflT, just as that gentleman was composing his mind after his noon meal with his favourite...
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Vivian Grey

Benjamin Disraeli - British - 1901 - 487 pages
...own creatures, his downfall is merited for having been the dupe of a tool which in all probability Lo should never have employed. If he fall through the...VIII. IT was on the third day of the visit to Mr. Boekcndorff, just as that gentleman was composing his mind after his noon meal with his favourite Cremona,...
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