4 edition of A Diary of the Salisbury Parliament, 1886-1892 found in the catalog.
1892 by Cassell & Co. .
Written in English
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Ten of the twelve agreed to do this. When an unemployed miner Daniel Jones wrote to him to complain of his unemployment and low wages, Gladstone gave what H. There were only entitled to vote, and 82 per cent of them did did so, even though there was no incentive of uncertainty to bring remote peers to London. He also took part in several political campaigns including one that attempted to bring an end to church tithes. He decided that most people were cowardly and cruel, and that the mob would run roughshod over sensitive individuals.
No Chancellor of the Exchequer is worth his salt who makes his own popularity either his first consideration, or any consideration at all, in administrating the public purse. Utilising the Blue BooksCranborne criticised officials for "walking in a dream… in A Diary of the Salisbury Parliament unconsciousness, believing that what had been must be, and that as long as they did nothing absolutely wrong, and they did not displease their immediate superiors, they had fulfilled all the duties of their station". Lloyd George, admitted in one speech he was in a minority but it was his duty as a member of the House of Commons to give his constituents honest advice. Not a sound was heard, not a cough even, only cheers breaking out here and there - a tremendous feat at his age And generally in all things you will do as a faithful and true Servant ought to do to Her Majesty. Ten thousand miners were policed by four men armed with carbines, and at Mount Alexander 30, people were protected by policemen, with over 30, ounces of gold mined per week.
Who'd ever have thought a died in the wool Thatcherite like me would become a friend of Tony! Gladstonian finance was the finance of the system of 'natural liberty,' laissez-faire, and free trade And since the profit motive A Diary of the Salisbury Parliament the propensity to save were considered of paramount importance for the economic progress of all classes, this meant in particular that taxation should as little as possible interfere with the net earnings of business This restricted the closing times in public houses to midnight in towns and 11 o'clock in country areas. What gave her rare quality was her character, which everyone who knew her agrees was the most selfless and unworldly that they have ever encountered. These amount to a history of the Commons in its heyday, and have been extensively mined by historians.
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Further; organic change of this kind in the House of Lords may strip and lay bare, and in laying bare may weaken, the foundations even of 1886-1892 book Throne.
As you would expect, it's very gossipy, with lots of little cutting asides, but it also lays bare the ambitious soul of a man who knows his ambition isn't going to be fulfilled.
At the beginning of each sessionGladstone would passionately urge the Cabinet to adopt new policies, while Palmerston would fixedly stare at a paper before him. On 12 May he was created a baron in recognition of his foreign office service, and chose the title of Connemara, in memory of descent from ancestors who once resided there.
I still maintain it's the best political book of the last decade.
It was planned for the next day, 25 February. What gave her rare quality was her character, which everyone who knew her agrees A Diary of the Salisbury Parliament the most selfless and unworldly 1886-1892 book they have ever encountered.
At Whitsuntide he brings down an iron vessel containing unmelted solder, and early in July the pump is mended. From to he was chief agent to the conservative party. Margot commented that she "was deeply impressed by his conversation and his clear Cromwellian face In Parliament the measure was opposed by Conservative Party, who hated the slightest interference with the privileges of the established church.
It was also an outlet for British goods and a source of valuable imports such as raw cotton, tea and wheat. Talbot also took a keen interest in the project, encouraging his architects to borrow elements from Lacock Abbey in Wiltshire ancestral home of the Talbots and home to his cousin William Henry Fox Talbot and Melbury House in Dorset home of his mother's family, the Fox-Strangways, Earls of Ilchester.
Cranborne studied Baxter's statistics and on 21 February he met Lord Carnarvonwho wrote in his diary: "He is firmly convinced now that Disraeli has played us false, that he is attempting to hustle us into his measure, that Lord Derby is in his hands and that the present form which the question has now assumed has been long planned by him".
You would not like to have a housekeeper or steward who made her or his popularity with the tradesmen the measure of the payments that were to be delivered to them. He unsuccessfully opposed Henry Fawcett [q.
Three members of the commission, Frederic HarrisonThomas Hughes and Thomas Anson2nd Earl of Lichfield, refused to A Diary of the Salisbury Parliament the Majority Report as they considered it hostile to trade unions. When this Act expired in a Select Committee was appointed by the Lords in to look into the question.
At 20 shillings I fear you won't get more thandouble voters, instead of theon which we counted. He had also A Diary of the Salisbury Parliament impressed by pamphlets written by George Bernard Shaw and Sidney Webb of the Fabian Society on the need to tackle the issue of land ownership.
For the first time, as a result of this legislation, church schools were to receive public funds. I am bound to say hardly ever in the six years that Sir Stafford Northcote has been in office have I heard him speak a resolute word on behalf of economy.
This convictionAug 18, · BARTLEY, Sir GEORGE CHRISTOPHER TROUT (–), founder of the National Penny Bank, born at Rectory Place, Hackney, on 22 Nov.was son by his second wife, Julia Anna Lucas, of Robert Bartley of Hackney, of the war office.
May 23, · Returned as conservative member for King's Lynn at the general election of Decemberhe retained the seat for eighteen years. Known as 'Bobby' Bourke (cf. H. W. Lucy's Diary of the Salisbury Parliament,p.
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