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Dictionary of national biography

Dictionary of national biography

Source : Internet Archive

Dictionary of national biography

Dictionary of national biography

Source : Internet Archive

Results : MORLEY


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of 4 Bunyan' for Mr. John Morley's ' English Men of Letters' series, and in 1879 published his ' Caesar'


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rescue S Gordon, and Mr. John Morley proposed an amendment against the policy of over- i throwing the mnhdi. Gladstone


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Gladstone said very little against Mr. Morley"s amendment, which, indeed, the government, though it was defeated by a large majority,


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dissatisfied the radicals, and Mr. John Morley gave notice that he would oppose any such measure. He had, however, no


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urged Lord Salisbury, of Mr. John Morley, who became chief secre-through Mr. Balfour, to take up the Irish tary for


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unionists to liberals was from Mr. Morley. On 7 June Gladstone among the peers five-sixths, it was among rose to


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Sheffield, Sir William Harcourt and Mr. Morley, who were present, informed Gladstone that, in the unanimous opinion of the liberal


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charge of it, assisted by Mr. Morley as chief secretary, and by the law officers of the crown in England.


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labours in force, and Mr. John Morley. Gladstone can-promoting the freedom of commerce he con- > not be called '


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John Bright, Charles Buxton, and Samuel Morley, to proceed to Jamaica with a view to getting up evidence against Governor


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he migrated to London on Mr. Morley's nomination, he was placed on and entered the civil service as a temporary


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Sir William Har-court and Mr. John Morley, represented the supporters of Gladstone's home-rule policy at the abortive ' round-table' conference,