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" What we want, sir, is not to fashion new dukes and furbish up old baronies, but to establish great principles which may maintain the realm and secure the happiness of the people. Let me see authority once more honoured ; a solemn reverence again the habit... "
Coningsby, Or, The New Generation - Page 137
by Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1844 - 159 pages
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Compitum, or The meeting of the ways at the Catholic church, Volume 7

Kenelm Henry Digby - 1854
...solemn reverence the habit of our lives, power and property should acknowledge that labour is their twin brother, and that the essence of all tenure is the performance of duty." Even for the defence of a country by military measures, men of the monastic state, compelled by the...
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The Panorama, a look all round at passing events, Volume 1

1863
...to erect a superstructure of greatness, such as can only be raised when ' Property shall acknowledge as in the old days of Faith, that Labour is his twin brother, and that the essence of tenure is the performance of duty.' Let us lay aside our selfishness and learn to care for one another...
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The Novels & Tales of the Right Hon. B. Disraeli ...: Coningsby. Henrietta ...

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1866
...property acknowledging, as in ] the old days of faith, that labour is his twin brother, and that the f essence of all tenure is the performance of duty ; let results such f as these be brought about, and let me participate, however feebly, / in the great fulfilment, and...
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The Christian world magazine (and family visitor)., Volume 4

1868
...prefer fame to life ; and yet the consciousness of heroic deeds to the most widespread celebrity." " Let me see authority once more honoured ; a solemn...essence of all tenure is the performance of duty ; let reforms such as these be brought about, and let me participate, however feebly, in the great fulfilment,...
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Coningsby

Benjamin Disraeli - 1881
...act of my political extinction. W, hat we want, sir, is not to fashion new dukes and furbish up old baronies, but to establish great principles which...public life then indeed becomes a noble career, and a scat in Parliament an enviable distinction.' 'I tell you what it is, Harry,' said Lord Monmonth, very...
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Novels and tales. (Hughenden ed.)

Benjamin Disraeli (earl of Beaconsfield.) - 1881
...the act of my political extinction. What we want, sir, is not to fashion new dukes and furbish up old baronies, but to establish great principles which...participate, however feebly, in the great fulfilment, aiid public life then indeed becomes a noble career, and a seat in Parliament an enviable distinction.'...
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Benjameni de Israeli. Who is this uncircumcised Philistine?

David Oedipus (pseud.) - 1881
...by paying tribute ? " ' —P. 297. This reads . like a passage from Bolingbroke or old Hobbes. ' " Let me see authority once more honoured ; a solemn...and a seat in Parliament an enviable distinction." ' —P. 299. This is a very pretty and all but perfect sketch of Absolutism and Sacerdotalism combined....
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Charles Kingsley, Christian, Socialist and Social Reformer

Moritz Kaufmann - Authors, English - 1892 - 251 pages
..." Let me see property acknowledging, as in the old time of faith, that labour is its twin-brother, and that the essence of all tenure is the performance of duty," says Coningsby. That duty consists in paying better wages, giving better homes, and holding out better...
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Disraeli: A Brief Life

Paul Smith - Biography & Autobiography - 1996 - 246 pages
...Disraeli and Young England have educated the higher classes to their social responsibilities and they find 'property acknowledging as in the old days of faith,...essence of all tenure is the performance of duty', as Coningsby puts it, to Lord Monmouth's signal distaste. Then they can be winched up the scale of...
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