Statesmen

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APPONYI, Rudolph, Count.
“One of the Lambs of the Political Fold”. Statesmen. No. 71. More
PALMER, Roundell, Sir.
“He refused the Woolsack, and voted against the Disestablishment of the Irish Church.” Statesmen. No. 108. More
HEADLAM, Thomas Emerson, The Right Hon.
“Has kept his seat for six-and-twenty years.” Statesmen. No. 142. More
PAKINGTON, John, Sir.
“He was Chairman of Quarter Sessions and reconstructed the Navy.” Statesmen. No. 40. More
STANLEY, Lord.
“He speaks with one party and acts with the other.” Statesmen. No. 21. 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
LAWSON, Wilfrid, Sir.
“Permissive Prohibition.” Statesmen. No. 111. More
MORLEY, Samuel, Mr.
“Dissent.” Statesmen. No. 115. More
WALPOLE, Spencer Horatio, The Right Hon.
“He defended Hyde Park.” Statesmen. No. 105. More
LAWRENCE, Lord.
“One of the best types of administrative ability in modern times.” Statesmen. No. 72. More
LAWSON, Wilfrid, Sir.
“Permissive Prohibition.” Statesmen. No. 111. More
CAIRNS, Lord.
“When Birth cannot lead Brains must.” Statesmen. No. 26. More
CAMPBELL AND STRATHEDEN, Lord.
“and Stratheden.” Statesmen. No. 155. More
COLLINS, Thomas, Mr.
“Noisy Tom.” Statesmen. No. 153. More
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