Politicians -- T - Z

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TOWNSEND, JOHN THOMAS - VISCOUNT SYDNEY
TOWNSEND, JOHN THOMAS - VISCOUNT SYDNEY
"He received the Royal Commands and lengthened the skirts of the Ballet."
01/05/1869View Item
VILLERS, GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK - THE EARL OF CLARENDON
VILLERS, GEORGE WILLIAM FREDERICK - THE EARL OF CLARENDON
"To say that he is the best foreign minister of the country is not much as foreign ministers go; but as times go it is a great deal."
24/04/1869View Item
VILLIERS, CHARLES PELHAM - THE RIGHT HONOURABLE M.P.
VILLIERS, CHARLES PELHAM - THE RIGHT HONOURABLE M.P.
"He advocated Free-trade before it was safe to attack Protection."
31/08/1872View Item
W.E. FORSTER, THE RIGHT HONOURABLE
W.E. FORSTER, THE RIGHT HONOURABLE
"If he is not an advanced liberal, it is for want of advancing himself."
06/03/1869View Item
WALPOLE, SPENCER HORATIO - THE RIGHT HONOURABLE M.P.
WALPOLE, SPENCER HORATIO - THE RIGHT HONOURABLE M.P.
"He defended Hyde Park"
10/02/1872View Item
WODEHOUSE, JOHN - EARL KIMBERLY
WODEHOUSE, JOHN - EARL KIMBERLY
"He improves, if possible, but he accepts always the accomplished fact."
16/07/1869View Item
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