Record of events: political, social, & general, including extracts from notable speeches of public men

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John Heywood, 1881 - Manchester (England)

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Page 66 - ... West Riding), The County of the City of Cork, The County of Tipperary (North Riding), The County of Tipperary (South Riding), The County of Kerry, The County of Limerick, The County of the City of Limerick, are and until further order shall continue to be under and subject to MARTIAL LAW, AND I do hereby call on all loyal and wellaffected subjects of the Crown to aid in upholding and maintaining the peace of this Realm and the supremacy and authority of the Crown and to obey and conform to all...
Page 69 - It is perfectly true that these gentlemen wish to march through rapine to disintegration and dismemberment of the Empire, and, I am sorry to say, even to the placing of different parts of the Empire in direct hostility one with the other. That is the issue in which we are engaged.
Page 32 - FELKIN, HM— Technical Education in a Saxon Town. Published for the City and Guilds of London Institute for the Advancement of Technical Education.
Page 66 - Whereas an association styling itself ' The Irish National Land League' has existed for some time past, assuming to interfere with the Queen's subjects in the free exercise of their lawful rights, and especially to control the relations of landlords and tenants in Ireland...
Page 51 - He has served as both speaker and majority leader of that body — an indication of the high esteem in which he is held by his fellow citizens and colleagues.
Page 13 - I DESIRE and DIRECT that I may be buried in the same Vault in the Churchyard of Hughenden in which the remains of my late dear Wife Mary Anne Disraeli created in her own right Viscountess Beaconsfield were placed and that my Funeral may be conducted with the same simplicity as hers was.
Page 18 - ... concerning the late Emperor Alexander II. of Russia, with intent to incite to murder. The article was headed "At Last ! " and commencing with a quotation from the works of C. Beck : — Seize these, seize those, and hold them fast ; But one will reach thee still at last ; then continued, "Triumph, triumph ! The word of the poet is fulfilled. One of the most horrible tyrants of Europe, whose destruction has been long sworn, and before whose withering and revengeful breath countless heroes and...

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