Statesmen

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LYTTELTON, Lord.
“A man of position”. Statesmen. No. 80. More
VILLIERS, Charles Pelham, The Right Hon.
“He advocated Free-trade before it was safe to attach Protection.” Statesmen. No. 123. More
BATHURST, Earl.
“A Relic.” Statesmen. No. 159. More
GORDON-LENNOX, Henry G.C., Lord.
“A man of Fashion and Politics.” Statesmen. No. 57. More
TOWNSHEND, The Marquess.
“The Beggar’s friend.” Statesmen. No. 42. More
MARLBOROUGH, The Duke of
“A Conservative religionist”. No.140. Statesmen, No.87. More
PALMER, Roundell, Sir.
“He refused the Woolsack, and voted against the Disestablishment of the Irish Church.” Statesmen. No. 108. More
RADSTOCK, Lord.
“D.V.” Statesmen. No. 122. More
ENFIELD, Viscount.
“Answers questions.” Statesmen. No. 124. More
WALLACE, Richard, Sir.
“The Hertford Property.” Statesmen. No. 160. More
HALIFAX, Lord.
“He fell off his horse into the Peerage.” Statesmen. No. 58. More
MONSELL, The Right Hon. William
“The painstaking Irishman”. No.119. Statesman No.74. More
STRATHNAIRN, Lord.
“He was made a Statesman because he was a soldier.” Statesmen. No. 60. More
NORAMANBY, The Marquis of.
“By birth a man, by inheritance a Marquis and a Governor by his Sovereign’s favour, he fills all his positions with credit.” Statesmen. No. 83. More
CARDWELL, Edward, The Right Hon.
“If the state is happy that has no history, thrice happy is the Statesman who makes none.” Statesmen. No. 9. More
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