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" Twas a pity; there is scarcely a less dignified entity than a patrician in a panic. Among the most intimate companions of Coningsby at Eton, was Lord Henry Sydney, his kinsman. "
Coningsby, Or, The New Generation - Page 7
by Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1844 - 159 pages
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A new key to the characters in Coningsby, Volume 1

1844
...plucked in the Forum. We live in an age of prudence. The leaders of the people, now, generally follow. The truth is, the peers were in a fright. 'Twas a...the seat of the Duke, Lord Henry's father. The Duke sate next to Lord Monmouth during the debate on the enfranchising question, and to wile away the time,...
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The mutiny of the Bengal army, by one who has served under sir Charles ...

George Bruce Malleson - 1857
...once authorised General Hearsey to carry out his views. It has been said by a great writer, that " there is scarcely a less dignified entity than a patrician in a panic." The veriest sceptic as to the truth of this aphorism could have doubted no longer, had he witnessed...
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A Few Words Anent the R̀ed' Pamphlet: By One who Has Served Under the Marquis ...

Charles Allen (of the Bengal civil service.), George Bruce Malleson - India - 1858 - 30 pages
...once authorised General Hearsey to carry out his views. It has been said by a great writer, that " there is scarcely a less dignified entity than a patrician in a panic." The veriest sceptic as to the truth of this aphorism could have doubted no longer, had he witnessed...
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The Novels & Tales of the Right Hon. B. Disraeli ...: Coningsby. Henrietta ...

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1866
...plucked in the forum. We live in an age of prudence. The leaders of the people, now, generally follow. The truth is, the peers were in a fright. "Twas a...companions of Coningsby at Eton, was Lord Henry Sydney, hia kinsman. Coningsby had frequently passed his holydays of late at Beaumanoir, the seat of the Duke,...
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The Churchman's shilling magazine and family treasury, conducted ..., Volume 24

Robert Hall Baynes
...the " waverers," " We live in an age of prudence. The leaders of the people, now, generally follow. The truth is, the peers were in a fright. 'Twas a...less dignified entity than a patrician in a panic." In words like the following we get a key to much of his action. "After the peace of 1815, the people...
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Collected edition of the novels and tales by ... B. Disraeli, Volume 2

1870
...plucked in the forum. We live in an age of prudence. The leaders of the people, now, generally follow. The truth is, the peers were in a fright. 'Twas a...Sydney, his kinsman. Coningsby had frequently passed his holydays of late at Beaumanoir, the seat of the Duke, Lord Henry's father. The Duke sat next to Lord...
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Coningsby

Benjamin Disraeli - 1881
...plucked in the forum. Wo live in an age of prudence. The leaders of the people, now, generally follow. The truth is, the peers were in a fright. 'Twas a...Sydney, his kinsman. Coningsby had frequently passed his holydays of late at Bcaumauoir, -the seat of the Duke, Lord Henry's father. The Duke sat next to Lord...
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Novels and tales. (Hughenden ed.)

Benjamin Disraeli (earl of Beaconsfield.) - 1881
...plucked in the forum. We live in an age of prudence. The leaders of the people, now, generally follow. The truth is, the peers were in a fright. 'Twas a...Sydney, his kinsman. Coningsby had frequently passed his holydays of late at Beaumauoir, the seat of the Duke, Lord Henry's father. The Duke sat next to Lord...
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Memories of the Mutiny, Volume 2

Francis Cornwallis Maude, John Walter Sherer - India - 1894
...Palaces," described what he saw from the top of his house. " It has been said, by a great writer, that there is scarcely a less dignified entity than a ' Patrician in a Panic.' The veriest sceptic as to the truth of this aphorism cou'd have doubted no longer had he witnessed...
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Young England: Being Vivian Grey, Coningsby, Sybil, Tancred, Volume 2

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1904
...plucked in the Forum. We live in an age of prudence. The leaders of the people, now generally follow. The truth is, the peers were in a fright. 'Twas a...the seat of the Duke, Lord Henry's Father. The Duke sate next to Lord Monmouth during the debate on the enfranchising question, and to wile away the time,...
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