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" You have despoiled Churches. You have threatened every corporation and endowment in the country. You have examined into everybody's affairs. You have criticised every profession and vexed every trade. No one is certain of his property, and nobody knows... "
The Annals of Our Time: Supplement ... from February 28, 1871 to - Page 108
by Joseph Irving - 1876
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The Dublin Review, Volume 72

1873
...have examined into everybody's affairs. You have criticised every profession and vexed every trade. No one is certain of his property, and nobody knows what duties he may have to perform to-morrow. This is the policy of confiscation as compared with that of concurrent endowment. The anxiety and depression...
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Annual Register, Volume 115

Edmund Burke - History - 1874 - 630 pages
...endowment in the country. (Cheers.) You have examined into everybody's affairs. You have criticized every profession and vexed every trade. (A laugh.)...knows what duties he may have to perform to-morrow." Although he had been far from willing to make this question the basis of anything like a struggle of...
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Annual Register

History - 1874
...endowment in the country. (Cheers.) You have examined into everybody's affairs. You have criticized every profession and vexed every trade. (A laugh.)...knows what duties he may have to perform to-morrow." Although he had been far from willing to make this question the basis of anything like a struggle of...
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The Annual Register

Edmund Burke - History - 1874 - 650 pages
...endowment in the country. (Cheers.) You have examined into everybody's affairs. You have criticized every profession and vexed every trade. (A laugh.)...knows what duties he may have to perform to-morrow." Although he had been far from willing to make this question the basis of anything like a struggle of...
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Supplement to The Annals of Our Time: From February 28, 1871 to March 19, 1874

Joseph Irving - Great Britain - 1875 - 192 pages
...fall upon the most ambitious statesman — namely, the formation of a great University, formally comes forward and proposes the omission from public study...From what I can see, the House of Commons elected to cany out that policy are beginning to experience some of the inconvenience of satiety, and if I am...
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The Public Life of the Right Honourable the Earl of Beaconsfield ..., Volume 2

Francis Hitchman - 1879
...when the policy of the right honourable gentleman was introduced, that confiscation was contagious. I believe that the people of this country have had...House of Commons elected to carry out that policy are Defeat of the Government. 445 beginning to experience some of the inconvenience of satiety, and if...
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A History of Our Own Times from the Accession of Queen Victoria to ..., Volume 4

Justin McCarthy - Great Britain - 1880
...have examined into everybody's affairs. You have criticised every profession and vexed every trade. No one is certain of his property, and nobody knows...country have had enough of the policy of confiscation.' There was, of course, extravagance in these charges, but their very extravagance suited the temper...
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An Anecdotal History of the British Parliament: From the Earliest Periods to ...

George Henry Jennings - GREAT BRITAIN. PARLIAMENT - 1881 - 530 pages
...have examined into everybody's affairs. Yon have criticised every profession and vexed every trade. No one is certain of his property, and nobody knows...what I can see, the House of Commons elected to carry ont that policy are beginning to experience some of the inconvenience of satiety, and, if I am not...
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A History of Our Own Times: From the Accession of Queen Victoria ..., Volume 2

Justin McCarthy - Great Britain - 1881 - 708 pages
...have examined into everybody's affairs. You have criticised every profession and vexed every trade. No one is certain of his property, and nobody knows...country have had enough of the policy of confiscation." There was, of course, extravagance in these charges, but their very extravagance suited the temper...
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The public life of the ... earl of Beaconsfield

Francis Hitchman - 1881
...when the policy of tho right honourable gentleman was introduced, that confiscation was coutagious. I believe that the people of this country have had enough of the policy of confiscation. From what I cun see, the House of Commons elected to carry out that policy are beginning to experience some of...
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