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" My earnest wish has been, during my tenure of power, to impress the people of this country with a belief that the Legislature was animated by a sincere desire to frame its legislation upon the principles of equity and justice. I have a strong belief that... "
Speeches on Various Occasions Connected with the Public Affairs of New South ... - Page 64
by Sir Henry Parkes - 1876 - 464 pages
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - Great Britain - 1846
...to endanger the privileges of any branch of the Legislature, or of any institutions of the country. My earnest wish has been, during my tenure of power,...should be to elevate the social condition of that class of the people with whom we are brought into no direct relationship by the exercise of the elective...
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Political Economy, and the Philosophy of Government: A Series of Essays ...

Jean-Charles-Léonard Simonde Sismondi - Economics - 1847 - 455 pages
...hands ' . How that class can be relieved from the state of * " My earnest wish has been, during my term of power, to impress the people of this country with...should be, to elevate the social condition of that class of the people with whom we are brought into no direct relationship by the exercise of the elective...
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Parliamentary Record of Elections in Great Britain and Ireland ..., Volume 2

George Crosby - Corn laws (Great Britain) - 1849
...endanger the privileges of any branch of the Legislature, or of any institution of the country (cheers). My earnest wish has been, during my tenure of power,...legislation upon the principles of equity and justice (cheers). 1 have a strong belief that the greatest object which we or any other Government can contemplate...
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History of the Anti-corn-Law League, Volume 2

Archibald Prentice - Corn laws (Great Britain) - 1853 - 874 pages
...the Queen from the consequences of scarcity and famine. * * * * My earnest wish has been, during ray tenure of power, to impress the people of this country...should be to elevate the social condition of that class of the people with whom we are brought into no direct relation by the exercise of elective franchise....
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Speeches of Eminent British Statesmen During the Thirty-nine Years' Peace

Great Britain - 1857 - 332 pages
...to endanger the privileges of any branch of the legislature, or of any institutions of the country. My earnest wish has been, during my tenure of power,...should be to elevate the social condition of that class of the people with whom we are brought into no direct relationship by the exercise of the elective...
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History of the Peace: Being a History of England from 1816 to 1854, Volume 4

Harriet Martineau - Great Britain - 1866
...to endanger the privileges of any branch of the Legislature, or of any institutions of the country. My earnest wish has been, during my tenure of power,...should be to elevate the social condition of that class of the people with whom we are brought into no direct relation by the exercise of the elective...
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ENGLISH PARTY LEADERS AND ENGLISH PARTIES, Volume 2

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1878
...to endanger the privileges of any branch of the legislature, or of any institutions of the country. My earnest wish has been, during my tenure of power,...desire to frame its legislation upon the principles oi equity and justice. I have a strong belief that the 490 THE IRISH COERCION BILL. greatest object...
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English Party Leaders and English Parties: William Pitt, pt.II. George ...

William Henry Davenport Adams - 1878
...the principles oi equity and justice. I have a strong belief that the 490 THE IRISH COERCION BILL. greatest object which we, or any other Government,...should be to elevate the social condition of that class of the people with whom we are brought into no direct relation by the exercise of the elective...
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The age we live in: a history of the nineteenth century, Volume 3, Part 1

James Taylor - 1882
...endanger the privileges of any branch of the Legislature, or of any of the institutions of the country. My earnest wish has been, during my tenure of power,...should be to elevate the social condition of that class of the people, with whom we are brought into no direct relation by the exercise of the elective...
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The life and times of the right hon. John Bright

William Robertson (reporter.) - 1883 - 688 pages
...given him the strongest proof of political confidence. " I have a strong belief," added Sir R. Peel, " that the greatest object which we or any other Government...should be to elevate the social condition of that class of people with whom we arc brought into direct relationship by the exercise of the elective franchise....
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