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  • 9304Q160852William Ewart GladstoneWilliam EwartGladstoneGladstone,_William EwartGladstone.jpg18091898British Liberal Party statesman and Prime Minister
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  • From 1892 to 1894 he was private secretary to Prime Minister William Ewart Gladstone, First Lord of the Treasury, and remained private secretary to
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  • Thomas18421934Journalist, poet and biographer William Blake, his Life, Character and Genius Life of John Linnell William Ewart Gladstone and his Contemporaries Historical
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  • London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (1885–1900) in 63 vols. The Life of William Ewart Gladstone The Life of John Cobden Aphorisms — an address delivered before
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  • Supplements The Life of William Ewart Gladstone (1901) [1] Matthew Arnold (1902) [2] Stray Leaves (1906) [3] “Gladstone, William Ewart,” in Dictionary of National
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  • Biography, 1912 supplement. Correspondence on church and religion of William Ewart Gladstone Dean Church “Blennerhassett, Rowland,” in Dictionary of National
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  • in EB1911 by the initials "G. W. E. R." The Right Honourable William Ewart Gladstone (1891) in 4 vols. Collections and Recollections (1898) [1] An Onlookers̓
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  • The liberalism of to-day (1888) [2] The early public life of William Ewart Gladstone: four times prime minister (1894) [3] English-Speaking Freemasonry
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  • Ireland A dream of Midlothian, a transcription of a speech given by William Ewart Gladstone in 1884 Works by this author published before January 1
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  • Title An Academic Sketch Author William Ewart Gladstone Year 1892 Publisher Clarendon Press Location London Source djvu Progress Done—All pages of the
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  • Liberals (1906) 247 ILLUSTRATIONS Volume V FACING PAGE William Ewart Gladstone Frontispiece The British House of Commons 66 The Marquis of Salisbury
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  • Strickland; for the abolition of the negro apprenticeship Author William Ewart Gladstone Year 1838 Publisher J. Hatchard and Son Location London Source
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  • Froude Race and Language. By Edward A. Freeman Kin Beyond Sea. By William Ewart Gladstone Private Judgment. By John Henry Newman An Apology for Plainspeaking
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  • suffrage. A letter from the Right Hon. W.E. Gladstone, M.P. to Samuel Smith, M.P. by William Ewart Gladstone "Female Suffrage," in Popular Science Monthly
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  • suffrage. A letter from the Right Hon. W.E. Gladstone, M.P. to Samuel Smith, M.P. Author William Ewart Gladstone Year 1892 Publisher John Murray Location
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  • Dartmouth, Sir Henry Holland, bart., Sir William Tite, General Lord Sandhurst, John Bright, William Ewart Gladstone, Sir Francis Goldsmid, bart., Sir James
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  • Unionist." It was later included in Lapsus Calami. (The Grand Old Man was William Ewart Gladstone.) In the third edition the poem was preceded by "To R. K."
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  • Hymnus Responsorius by William Ewart Gladstone Littell's Living Age, Volume 128, Issue 1649 66479Hymnus Responsorius — Littell's Living Age, Volume
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  • Gladden, Washington Gladiators Gladiolus Gladsheim Gladstone, John Hall Gladstone, William Ewart Gladstone Glagolitic Glair Glaisher, James Glamis Glamorganshire
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  • brother-in-law, William Ewart Gladstone. St Deiniol church, early English, was restored in 1857 and 1878. There are also a grammar school (1606), a Gladstone golden-wedding
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