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" I suppose you want the people to live as they do at a house dinner at Boodle's. I say that a family can live well on seven shillings a-week, and on eight shillings very well indeed. The poor are well off, at least the agricultural poor, very well off... "
Young England: Being Vivian Grey, Coningsby, Sybil, Tancred - Page 201
by Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1904
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Sybil; Or, The Two Nations, Volume 2

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - Chartism - 1845
...want the people to live as they do at a house dinner at Boodle's. I say that a family can live very well on seven shillings a-week, and on eight shillings...the rate of mortality among them with that of the manufacturing districts. Incendiarism indeed! If there had been a proper rural police, such a thing...
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Sybil: Or, The Two Nations

Benjamin Disraeli - 1845 - 438 pages
...live very well on seven shillings a-week, and on eight shillings very well indeed. The poor are ^ery well off, at least the agricultural poor, very well...the rate of mortality among them with that of the manufacturing districts. Incendiarism indeed! If there had been a proper rural police , such a thing...
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Sybil: Or, The Two Nations, Part 2

Benjamin Disraeli - 1845 - 438 pages
...family can live well on seven shillings a-week, and on eight shillings very well indeed. The poor are well off, at least the agricultural poor, very well off indeed. Their incomes ftre certain, that is a great point, and they have no cares, no anxieties ; they always have a resource,...
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Collected edition of the novels and tales by ... B. Disraeli, Volume 3

Benjamin Disraeli (earl of Beaconsfield.) - 1871
...family can live well on seven shillings a- week, and on eight shillings very well indeed. The poor are well off, at least the agricultural poor, very well...have the House. People without cares do not require so much food as those whose life entails anxieties. See how long they live ! Compare the rate of mortality...
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The Public Life of the Right Honourable the Earl of Beaconsfield ..., Volume 1

Francis Hitchman - Great Britain - 1879
...house, and a very proper place for them ; it is heated with hot air and has every comfort The poor are well off, at least the agricultural poor, very well...point, and they have no cares, no anxieties ; they have always a resource ; they always have the house." Curiously enough the peasantry did not look at...
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The Public Life of the Right Honourable the Earl of Beaconsfield ..., Volume 1

Francis Hitchman - Great Britain - 1879
...house, and a very proper place for them ; it is heated with hot air and has every comfort The poor are well off, at least the agricultural poor, very well...point, and they have no cares, no anxieties ; they have always a resource ; they always have the house." Curiously enough the peasantry did not look at...
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The public life of the ... earl of Beaconsfield

Francis Hitchman - 1881
...house, and a very proper place for them ; it is heated with hot air and has every comfort The poor are well off, at least the agricultural poor, very well...point, and they have no cares, no anxieties; they have always a resource ; they always have the house." Curiously enough the peasantry did not look at...
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Sybil

Benjamin Disraeli - 1881
...family can live well on seven shillings a- week, and on eight shillings very well indeed. The poor are well off, at least the agricultural poor, very well...incomes are certain, that is a great point, and they hs.ve no cares, no anxieties ; they always have a resource, they always have the House. People without...
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Novels and tales. (Hughenden ed.)

Benjamin Disraeli (earl of Beaconsfield.) - 1881
...family can live well on seven shillings a-week, and on eight shillings very well indeed. The poor are well off, at least the agricultural poor, very well...incomes are certain, that is a great point, and they hs.ve no cares, no anxieties ; they always have a resource, they always have the House. People without...
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Sybil, or, The two nations

1900
...family can live well on seven shillings a-week, and on eight shillings very well indeed. The poor are well off, at least the agricultural poor, very well off indeed. Their incomes are certain, that is a groat point, and they hs.ve no cares, no anxieties ; they always have a resource, they always bave...
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