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Coningsby, Or, The New Generation - Page 25
by Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1844 - 159 pages
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The Novels & Tales of the Right Hon. B. Disraeli ...: Coningsby. Henrietta ...

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1866
...Having fulfilled during their lives the duties of administration, they were frightened because they wer called upon, for the first time, to perform the functions...projects of relief were as ridiculous as their system o< coercion was ruthless ; both were alike founded in intense ignorance. When we recall Mr. Vansittart...
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The Churchman's shilling magazine and family treasury, conducted ..., Volume 24

Robert Hall Baynes
...asked to be governed. . . . What did the Ministry do ? they fell into a panic. Having fulfilled during their lives the duties of administration, they were...first time, to perform the functions of government." Who that has seen Mr. Disraeli sit motionless and silent in the House of Commons, during the most exciting...
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Collected edition of the novels and tales by ... B. Disraeli, Volume 2

1870
...suffering labour clamoured for its rights; a new race demanded education. What did the ministry do ? lives the duties of administration, they were frightened...they were imitating Mr. Pitt, because they mistook disorganisation for sedition. Their projects of relief were as ridiculous as their system of coercion...
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Novels and tales. (Hughenden ed.)

Benjamin Disraeli (earl of Beaconsfield.) - 1881
...race demanded education. What did the ministry do ? They fell into a panic. Having fulfilled during their lives the duties of administration, they were...they were imitating Mr. Pitt, because they mistook disorganisation for sedition. Their projects of relief were as ridiculous as their system of coercion...
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Coningsby

Benjamin Disraeli - 1881
...a new race demanded education. What did the ministry do ? lives the duties of administration, thcy were frightened because they were called upon, for...called strong measures. They determined to put down tho multitude. They thought thoy were imitating Mr. Pitt, because they mistook disorganisation for...
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Englische Studien

Eugen Kölbing, Johannes Hoops, Arthur Kölbing, Albert Wagner - Comparative linguistics - 1881
...246: financial adm. 5, 214: the naval adm. — Disraeli, Coningsby 1, 64: Having fullfilled during their lives the duties of administration, they were...first time, to perform the functions of government. Mahon 1, 63: he comes to the helm of administration. An unserer stelle sind offenbar unter adm. die...
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The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal, Volume 155

1882
...inherit, he exaggerated and caricatured, Mr. Pitt's errors. ' Like all weak men,' he and his colleagues ' had recourse to what they called strong measures....they ' were imitating Mr. Pitt because they mistook disorganisation ' for sedition.' At one time the reconstruction of the Cabinet promised to introduce...
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The Works of Benjamin Disraeli: Coningsby, v. 1

Edmund Gosse, Robert Arnot - 1904
...race demanded education. What did the ministry do? They fell into a panic. Having fulfilled during their lives the duties of administration, they were...they were imitating Mr. Pitt, because they mistook disorganisation for sedition. Their projects of relief were as ridiculous as their system of coercion...
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Young England: Being Vivian Grey, Coningsby, Sybil, Tancred, Volume 2

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1904
...Grey. Faced with the social problems which succeeded to the Napoleonic wars they fell into a panic. ' Like all weak men they had recourse to what they called...they were imitating Mr. Pitt, because they mistook disorganisation for sedition.' The reference is to the suspension of the Habeas Corpus Act, the Act...
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Studies in Biography

Sir Spencer Walpole - Great Britain - 1907 - 372 pages
...inherit, he exaggerated and caricatured, Mr. Pitt's errors. " Like all weak men," he and his colleagues " had recourse to what they called strong measures....they were imitating Mr. Pitt because they mistook disorganisation for sedition." At one time the reconstruction of the Cabinet promised to introduce...
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