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" The council committed the serious error of imagining that your lordship and Sir Stafford Northcote were in earnest in wishing them to become a real source of usefulness to the party. The council have been rudely undeceived. The day after the adoption... "
The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year - Page 94
edited by - 1885
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Annual Register

History - 1885
...support the organisation of the party would have to become an imitation, thoroughly real and bonafide in its nature, of that popular form of representative...officially to your lordship, I received a letter from Mr. Bartley, the paid agent of the leaders, written under their direction, containing a formal notice to...
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The Annual Register

Edmund Burke - History - 1885
...support the organisation of the party would have to become an imitation, thoroughly real and bona fide in its nature, of that popular form of representative...officially to your lordship, I received a letter from Mr. Bartley, the paid agent of the leaders, written under their direction, containing a formal notice to...
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Democracy and the Organization of Political Parties, Volume 1

Moisei Ostrogorski - Great Britain - 1908
...serious error of imagining that your lordship and Sir Stafford Northcote were in earnest in wishing to become a real source of usefulness to the party. . . . The Council has been rudely undeceived." The orthodox Tories were scandalized at this attitude of Lord Randolph,...
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The Government of England, Volume 1

Abbott Lawrence Lowell - Great Britain - 1908
...Northcote entered fully and sympathetically into the wishes of the Council.1 . . . The Council, however, committed the serious error of imagining that your...The Council have been rudely undeceived . . . the precise language of your former letter of the 29th February is totally abandoned, and refuge taken...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 98

American literature - 1906
...Northcote entered fully and sympathetically into the wishes of the Council. . . . The Council, however, committed the serious error of imagining that your...The Council have been rudely undeceived . . . The precise language of your former letter of February 29 is totally abandoned, and refuge taken in vague,...
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The Twentieth Century, Volume 53

1903
...The Council, Lord Randolph continued, committed the serious error of imagining that Lord Salisbury and Sir Stafford Northcote were in earnest in wishing...to become a real source of usefulness to the Party, and proceeded to adopt a report in which practical effect was given to this advice. They did this under...
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Democracy and the Organization of Political Parties, Volume 1

Moisei Ostrogorski - Great Britain - 1908
...serious error of imagining that your lordship and Sir Stafford Northcote were in earnest in wishing to become a real source of usefulness to the party. . . . The Council has been rudely undeceived." The orthodox Tories were scandalized at this attitude of Lord Randolph,...
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