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Text:"...16 INOERSOLL FOUNDRY, Campbellford, Aug. 18th, 1882. Messrs. JohnRussell it Co., Ingersoll. Gents,- The Patent Hay-Loader you supplied me with has proved a complete success. It saves at least two..."
Date:1883
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Text:"...1839] LORD JOHNRUSSELL 257 (349) Russell to Melbourne. August 16, 1839. My dear Melbourne,- I am convinced it is best that I should go to the Colonies, and it will make the machine work much more..."
Date:Between 1805 and 1840
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...i8ii] LORD JOHNRUSSELL 143 of leaving your silk handkerchief at the Swan Inn at Bedford, which sensibly affected both my neck and my breast. The company in the mail was not quite so agreeable..."
Date:Between 1805 and 1840
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...1 839] LORD JOHNRUSSELL 267 addressed you respecting my acceptance of the vacant Judgeship. Having served so long under you and being so proud of my gallant leader, it will cost me a bitter pang..."
Date:Between 1805 and 1840
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...1834] LORD JOHNRUSSELL 51 the office of Paymaster of the Forces. Upon reflexion I am convinced that the Cashiers ought not to be appointed by the Treasury, as recommended in the report (at my..."
Date:Between 1805 and 1840
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...298 LIFE OF LORD JOHNRUSSELL chap, xxtii. Bill moved, and to ask the House of Commons for an opinion on the second reading. But this cannot be done without the consequence you deprecate. Nor could..."
Date:Between 1792 and 1878
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...1 825] LORD JOHNRUSSELL 241 I dined at Wimbledon yesterday, where all the Spensers sang in chorus in praise of your book. Your political opinions I think very sound, tho perhaps here and there more..."
Date:Between 1805 and 1840
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...56 LIFE OF LORD JOHNRUSSELL chap. xix. think with Lord Clarendon that it was more dignified to be squaring at Russia, than sticking pins into Naples ; and Lord Palmerston gained more in public..."
Date:Between 1792 and 1878
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...1 83 5] LORD JOHNRUSSELL 163 urge pertinaciously what yet I think is a fair claim for Brougham. In your place, I could venture to recommend him to the King, but I cannot fairly ask you..."
Date:Between 1805 and 1840
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...1 839] LORD JOHNRUSSELL 245 However, be it as you please. I shall give in my resignation next week, and state that I thought the destinies of our Colonial Empire could no longer be continued..."
Date:Between 1805 and 1840
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"... on the Hiftory, Topography, Antiquities, Cuftoms, and Family Genealogy of the County of Kent, with Biographical Notes. By JohnRussell Smith. In a handfome 8vo. vol. (pp. 370) nvith two plates of facJimUs..."
Date:1865
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Text:"...1 834] LORD JOHNRUSSELL 159 He agreed ; suggesting that many fit and able Persons might be Orangemen, and that if there were any question of their appointment, they should be asked whether..."
Date:Between 1805 and 1840
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...1834] LORD JOHNRUSSELL 45 have gone, you would both have liked the journey and being together. Allen, perhaps, may be coaxed to go, but you would have been a delight. He will set off by 10 on Sunday..."
Date:Between 1805 and 1840
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...1 839] LORD JOHNRUSSELL 245 However, be it as you please. I shall give in my resignation next week, and state that I thought the destinies of our Colonial Empire could no longer be continued..."
Date:Between 1805 and 1840
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...1838] LORD JOHNRUSSELL 221 strongly all the dangers to the interests of the Liberal party from not doing it. I see that the Irish attach no importance to Davis threat of agitation. They think..."
Date:Between 1805 and 1840
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...1 837] LORD JOHNRUSSELL 207 built. God bless you dear John. My letter needs no answer. S. S. (298) Russell to Sydney Smith. October 15, 1837. DEAR SYDNEY, Certainly you never did ask any thing..."
Date:Between 1805 and 1840
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...1839] LORD JOHNRUSSELL 261 that if there was any objection on account of his office, he begged that the offer having been made might not be held a bar to its being reconsidered. Brougham expressed..."
Date:Between 1805 and 1840
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...1825] LORD JOHNRUSSELL 237 (78) Russell to Moore. April I, 1824. Dear Moore,- Success I Success ! Your Captain is bought by all the town, extravagantly praised by Lady Holland, deeply studied by my..."
Date:Between 1805 and 1840
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...28o LIFE OF LORD JOHNRUSSELL chap, xxvii. Like father, like son. The letter bears much resemblance to that which Lord John himself had written to his father the Duke from Spain nearly fifty years..."
Date:Between 1792 and 1878
Publication place:New York, USA
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Text:"...1 827] LORD JOHNRUSSELL 267 by the unjustly low opinion she had of them herself. One of his poems, The Giaour/ I think, was entirely written after he returned home from balls in London at 2 or 3..."
Date:Between 1805 and 1840
Publication place:London, England