Statesmen


GURNEY, Russell, The Right Hon.
No. 149. "A Commissioner". Statesmen. No. 92. More
BRIGHT, John, The Right Hon.
No. 15. "Will the sentimental orator be lost in the practical Minister, or will both be extinguished?" Statesmen. No. 3. More
RUTLAND, The Duke of.
No. 150. "He was once offered the leadership of the Conservative Party." Statesmen. No. 93. More
LUSK, Alderman.
No. 153. "Now I want to know". Statesmen. No. 94. More
EATON, Henry William, Mr.
No. 154. "Silk". Statesmen. No. 95. More
DAWSON-DAMER, Lionel Seymour William, Mr.
No. 159. "Hippy". Statesmen. No. 96. More
DILKE, Charles Wentworth, Sir.
No. 160. "A far advanced Radical". Statesmen. No. 97. More
BAILLIE-COCHRANE, Alexander D.R.W., Mr.
No. 161. "Judicious Amelioration". Statesmen. No. 98. More
MUNDELLA, Anthony John, Mr.
No. 162. "Education and Arbitration". Statesmen. No. 99. More
DODSON, John George, Mr.
No. 163. "Ways and Means". Statesmen. No. 100. More
CAVENDISH-BENTINCK, Mr., M.P.
No. 164. "Little Ben". Statesmen, No. 101. More
GREGORY, William Henry, Mr.
No. 165. "An Art critic". Statesmen. No. 102. More
THIERS, Louis Adolphe, M.
No. 166. "Faute-de-mieux Premier". Statesmen. No. 103. More
CORK AND ORRERY, The Earl of.
No. 167. "Master of Her Majesty's Buckhounds." Statesmen. No. 104. More
LOWE, Robert, The Right Hon.
No. 17. "An enemy to democracy, yet a professor of liberal principles, which tend to democracy; the combination will one day make him Prime Minister of England." Statesmen. No. 4. More