Statesmen

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MUNDELLA, Anthony John, Mr.
“Education and Arbitration”. Statesmen. No. 99. More
CARNARVON, Lord.
“The whole life of that great party to which I thought I had the honour to belong was nothing but a mere organized hypocrisy.” Statesmen. No. 31. More
BOUVERIE, Edward Pleydell, The Right Hon.
“He did not decline the Speakership.” Statesmen. No. 119. More
LYTTELTON, Lord.
“A man of position”. No.126. Statesmen, No.80. More
MONSELL, The Right Hon. William
“The painstaking Irishman”. No.119. Statesman No.74. More
WALPOLE, Spencer Horatio, The Right Hon.
“He defended Hyde Park.” Statesmen. No. 105. More
SHAFTESBURY, The Earl of.
“He is not as other men are, for he is never influenced by party motives.” Statesmen. No. 35. More
STANSFELD, James, The Right Hon.
“Pour encourager les autres.” Statesmen. No. 10. More
GREY, Earl.
“A Chartered Administrator”. Statesmen. No. 693. More
CADORNA, Charles, The Chevalier
“A liberal and an enemy to priests : he fitly represents the Power which has seized Rome and suppressed the Pope”. No.122. Statesmen, No.76. More
DAWSON-DAMER, Lionel Seymour William, Mr., M.P.
“Hippy”. No.159. Statesmen, No. 96. More
GRANVILLE, Earl.
“The ablest professor in the cabinet of the tact by which power is kept: it is his mission to counteract the talk by which it is won and lost.” Statesmen. No. 6. More
LAWRENCE, LORD
“One of the best types of administrative ability in modern times”. No.116. Statesman No.72. More
SHAFTESBURY, The Earl of.
“He is not as other men are, for he is never influenced by party motives.” Statesmen. No. 35. More
WALLACE, Richard, Sir.
“The Hertford Property.” Statesmen. No. 160. More
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