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" ... that frank exposition of general principles and views, which appears to be anxiously expected, and which it ought not to be the inclination, and cannot be the interest, of a minister of this country to withhold. "
The Annual Register of World Events: A Review of the Year - Página 332
1835
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical ..., Volumen17

1835 - 792 páginas
...government — that frank exposition af general principles and views which appears to be anxiously expeeled, and which it ought not to be the inclination, and...distinction they confer as any sufficient compensation for the heavy sacrifices they involve — are matten of mere personal concern, OB which 1 will not waste...
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Cobbett's Weekly Register, Volumen86

1834 - 428 páginas
...the cause of good government, that frank exposition of general principles and views which appear to be anxiously expected, and which it ought not to be...distinction they confer as any sufficient compensation for the heavy sacrifice they involve, are matters of mere personal concern, on which I will nat waste a...
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A letter to Edward Lytton Bulwer ... on the present crisis, in answer to his ...

Alfred Caswall - 1834 - 44 páginas
...the cause of good government, that frank exposition of general principles and views which appears to be anxiously expected, and which it ought not to be...I regard the power and distinction they confer as sufficient compensation for the heavy sacrifices they involve, are matters of mere personal concern,...
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Cobbett's Political Register, Volumen86

William Cobbett - 1834 - 444 páginas
...of general principles and views which appear to be nnxioosly expected, and which it ought not to he the inclination, and cannot be the interest, of a...to withhold. Gentlemen, the arduous duties in which 1 am engaged have been imposed upon me . through no act of mine. Whether they were an object of ambition...
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Colburn's United Service Magazine and Naval and Military Journal, Parte1

1835 - 596 páginas
...the cause of good government, that frank exposition of general principles and views, which appears to be anxiously expected, and which it ought not to be...distinction they confer, as any sufficient compensation for the heavy sacrifices they involve, are matters of mere personal concern, on which I will not waste...
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Speeches by ... sir Robert Peel ... during his administration, 1834-1835 ...

sir Robert Peel (2nd bart.) - 1835 - 320 páginas
...cause of good government — that frank exposition of general principles and views, which appears to be anxiously expected, and which it ought not to be...distinction they confer as any sufficient compensation for the heavy sacrifices they involve — are matters of mere personal concern, on which I will not waste...
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Speeches by the Right Honourable Sir Robert Peel, Bart. M.P. During His ...

Robert Peel - 1835 - 222 páginas
...cause of good government — that frank exposition of general principles and views, which appears to be anxiously expected, and which it ought not to be...arduous duties in which I am engaged, have been imposed on me through no act of mine. Whether they were an object of ambition coveted by me — whether I regard...
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The Parliamentary test book for 1835

Parliamentary test book - 1835 - 242 páginas
...have heen imposed apon me throngh no act ot mine. Whether they were an ohject oramhition coveted hy me — whether I regard the power 'and distinction they confer, as any safficient compensation for th« heavy sairifices they invotve, are maiters of mere personat concern,...
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The Opinions of Sir Robert Peel: Expressed in Parliament and in Public

Robert Peel - 1843 - 504 páginas
...place at the disposal of my sovereign any services which I might be thought capable of rendering. . . . Gentlemen, the arduous duties in which I am engaged,...distinction they confer, as any sufficient compensation for the heavy sacrifices they involve, — are matters of mere personal concern, on which I will not waste...
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Life and Times of Sir Robert Peel, Volumen2

William Cooke Taylor - 1851 - 504 páginas
...the cause of good government, that frank exposition of general principles and views, which appears to be anxiously expected, and which it ought not to be...distinction they confer, as any sufficient compensation for the heavy sacrifices they involve — are matters of mere personal concern, on which I will not waste...
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