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“But as for Lycurgus, they thought of him thus : that he'was a mar. borne
PLUTARCH (North's Translation, 1579).
IN TWO VOLUMES.
CHAPMAN & HALL, 193, PICCADILLY.
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STILL IN OPPOSITION.
Death of Lord Raglan-Fall of Sebastopol-Austrian Intrigues --Re-opening
of Parliament- The Mercantile Marino Bill-Peace-The Budget of
- The Secret Treaty-Discomfiture of Lord Palmerston-Debate on the
IN OFFICE, 1858–59.
Lord Derby reluctant to take Office-Mr. Disraeli's Address-Speech from
the lustings – Foreign Policy of the Government – Roform — The
French Alliance-Lord Malmesbury's Despatch--The Emperor's Pam-
phlet - The Cagliari Business—Mr. Disraeli's Speech--General Business
of the House-Reform-The India Bill-- First reading-Compromiso-