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London letters and some others (Volume 1)

London letters and some others (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

London letters and some others (Volume 1)

London letters and some others (Volume 1)

Source : Internet Archive

Results : MORLEY


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Mr. John Morley 199


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have mentioned Mr. Lecky, Mr. John Morley, and Sir Henry Maine, I have named all whom I saw who can


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between Sir William Harcourt and Mr. Morley, his head sunk between his shoulders. Beyond him were Mr.


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less a person than Mr. John Morley opens fire on the Government, crowded together in a thin black line on


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Ferguson, who has replied to Mr. Morley, replied in an ineffective way. Mr. Stanhope, Secretary for War, on whom the


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business Lord Randolph and Mr. John Morley. This single sentence is a reminder to the House of all the disasters


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John Morley, a man of books, though not, like them, eminent as a writer of


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the soundness of his acquisitions. Mr. Morley the other day in his wise and beautiful address on the study of


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John Morley, who, nevertheless, proved himself a capable administrator and skilful in winning the regard


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ME. GOSCHEN'S description of Mr. John Morley as the


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, most of all as Mr. Morley's first distinct effort to rub off the label of Jacobin which has, rightly


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of autobiography. As for St.-Just, Mr. Morley meets the suggestion of a likeness between himself and that lurid revolutionary figure


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queries Mr. John Morley with his most innocent air. You might as well have called me Nero,


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sweet reasonableness, there is in Mr. Morley a note of implacable austerity. He is profoundly loyal to his own convictions


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MR. JOHN MORLEY. 201


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spoken. But the results of Mr. Morley's reading flow out to others with so much simplicity and natural ease, with


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should like to give answered, John Morley.


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Sweden, in Austria-Hungary, and elsewhere. Mr. Morley says, "


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MR. JOHN MORLEY. 203


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and Utilitarianism f Again does Mr. Morley go to America for an ideal or hero, Washington. He quotes Jefferson's character


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in the person of Mr. John Morley.


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Mr. Morley, whatever else he may be, is a man whose mind works by orderly


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in the company of Mr. John Morley, the most uncompromising English opponent of Lord Spencer while he was Viceroy. It