The Political Life of the Right Honourable Sir Robert Peel, Bart. ...

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Стр. 410 - ... arms, not in the more fatal conflict of opinions. But I much fear that this country, (however earnestly she may endeavour to avoid it), could not, in such case, avoid seeing ranked under her banners all the restless and dissatisfied of any nation with which she might come in conflict. It is the contemplation of this new power in any future war, which excites my most anxious apprehension. It is one thing to have a giant's strength, but it would be another to use it like a giant.
Стр. 466 - He now produced two papers which he represented as copies of what he had written to them, in which he assents to their proceeding and going on with the bill, adding certainly in each, as he read them, very strong expressions of the pain and misery the proceedings gave him. It struck me at the time that I should, if I had been in office, have felt considerable difficulty about going on after reading such expressions; but whatever might be fair observation, as to giving, or not, effect to those expressions...
Стр. 67 - That the promissory notes of the said company have hitherto been, and are at this time, held in public estimation to be equivalent to the legal coin of the realm, and generally accepted as such in all pecuniary transactions to which such coin is lawfully applicable.
Стр. 487 - His ego gratiora dictu alia esse scio : sed me vera pro gratis loqui, etsi meum ingenium non moneret, necessitas cogit. Vellem equidem vobis placere, Quirites : sed multo malo vos salvos esse, qualicunque erga me animo futuri estis.
Стр. 436 - I owe it to you as the head of the administration, and to Mr. Peel as the leader of the House of Commons, to lose no time in affording you an opportunity of placing my office in other hands, as the only means in my power of preventing the injury to the King's service, which may ensue from the appearance of disunion in his Majesty's councils, however unfounded in reality, or however unimportant in itself, the question which has given rise to that appearance.
Стр. 411 - I have said) put up with almost any thing that did not touch national faith and national honour, rather than let slip the furies of war, the leash of which we hold in our hands — not knowing whom they may reach, or how far their ravages may be carried. Such is the love of peace which the British Government acknowledges ; and such the necessity for peace which the circumstances of the world inculcate.
Стр. 201 - That this court cannot refrain from adverting to an opinion strongly insisted on by some, that the Bank has only to reduce its issues to obtain a favourable turn in the exchanges, and a consequent influx of the precious metals : the court conceives it to be its duty to declare, that it is unable to discover any solid foundation for such a sentiment.
Стр. 488 - Liberty' will then be all our own. We shall enter the field with the full assurance of victory - armed with the consciousness of having done justice, and...
Стр. 411 - The consequence of letting loose the passions at present chained and confined, would be to produce a scene of desolation which no man can contemplate without horror; and I should not sleep easy on my couch, if I were conscious that I had contributed to precipitate it by a single moment...
Стр. 354 - ... circumstances can an honest man endeavour to keep his country upon a line with the progress of political knowledge, and to adapt its course to the varying circumstances of the world. Such an attempt is branded as an indication of mischievous intentions, as evidence of a design to sap the foundations of the greatness of the country.

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