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" ... notwithstanding emancipated Ireland and enslaved England, the noble lord might wave in one hand the keys of St. Peter, and in the other — (the shouts that followed drowned the conclusion of the sentence). 'Let them see the philosophical prejudice... "
The life of Benjamin Disraeli - Сторінка 35
автори: John McGilchrist - 1868 - 112 стор.
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The New London Magazine, Том 1,Випуск 1

1837
...after that appeal, which should have touched the feelings of every gentleman present, that " he would gladly hear a cheer, even though it came from the lips of a political opponent." Who would believe, were not the fact too well vouched for to leave one " hinge or loop to hang a doubt...
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Hansard's Parliamentary Debates

Great Britain. Parliament - 1838
...arbitrament of blank cartridges [laughter] — notwithstanding emancipated Ireland and enslaved England, the noble Lord might wave in one hand the keys of...drowned the conclusion of the sentence.] " Let them see tho philosophical prejudice of man.'5 He would certainly gladly hear a cheer even though it came from...
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Every Day Life in London, Том 1

James Grant - 1839
...a groaning people ; arid notwithstanding the noble Lord, secure on the pedestal of power, may wield in one hand the keys of St. Peter, and in the other—" The remainder of the sentence was lost amidst peals of laughter: but it is not probable that any after...
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The City of God: A Vision of the Past, the Present, and the Future Being a ...

Edward Budge - 1850 - 372 стор.
...conscience, issued blasphemous decrees in the name of the Supreme Being, and claimed a right to hold in one hand the keys of St. Peter, and in the other the sceptre of Caesar — combining the pretensions of Him who was the pattern of meekness, with the subtlety...
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Lives of the Illustrious: (the Biographical Magazine)., Том 1

1852
...in the full bitterness of this reception at Philippi, he made the melancholy avowal, that he would gladly hear a cheer, even though it came from the lips of a political opponent ; but no cheer came. " I am not at all surprised," said he, waxing into indignant wrath, " I am not...
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The Right Honourable Benjamin Disraeli ... [By Thomas MacKnight.] Second Edition

Thomas MACKNIGHT - 1854 - 646 стор.
...again the laughter •was renewed. " I would certainly gladly," said Mr. Disraeli, most pathetically, " hear a cheer, even though it came from the lips of a political opponent." No cheer, however, followed; and he then added, " I am not at all surprised at the reception I have...
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The Eclectic Review, Том 7;Том 99

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1854
...again the laughter was renewed. " I would certainly gladly," said Mr. Disraeli, most pathetically, " hear a cheer, even though it came from the lips of a political opponent." No cheer, however, followed; and he then added, " I am not at all surprised at the reception I have...
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The Rambler, a Catholic journal of home and foreign literature [&c ..., Том 1

1854
...again the laughter was renewed. ' I would certainly gladly,' said Mr. Disraeli, most pathetically, ' hear a cheer, even though it came from the lips of a political opponent.' No cheer, however, followed ; and he then added, ' I am not at all surprised at the reception I have...
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The Right Honourable Benjamin Disraeli, M. P.: A Literary and Political ...

Thomas Macknight - 1854 - 646 стор.
...again the laughter was renewed. " I would certainly gladly," said Mr. Disraeli, most pathetically, " hear a cheer, even though it came from the lips of a political opponent." No cheer, however, followed; and he then added, " I am not at all surprised at the reception I have...
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Lives of the Illustrious, Томи 1 – 2

1856
...in the full bitterness of this reception at Philippi, he made the melancholy avowal, that he would gladly hear a cheer, even though it came from the lips of a political opponent ; but no cheer came. " I am not at all surprised," said he, waxing into indignant wrath, " I am not...
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