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Text:"...Political Life, 1833-1874 101 difficulty. It was impossible for SirGeorgeGrey to escape criticism, however he acted ; but his legal training stood him in good stead. He neglected no pains to make..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...130 Memoir of SirGeorgeGrey Greys interest, provided it had a practical aim. He would give the fullest consideration to any suggestion of a possible plan of good in the smallest way to the most..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...4 Memoir of SirGeorgeGrey succeeded to the Fallodon estate, entered the army, where he saw much active service, and rose to the rank of general. The third surviving son, George, entered the navy..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
Publication place:London, New York, USA
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Text:"... - SirGeorgeGrey entertained the strongest and most advanced opinions. While he was in favour of upholding order in Ireland by strong measures, when strong measures were required, he was keenly alive..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
Publication place:London, New York, USA
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Text:"...6 Memoir of SirGeorgeGrey shire. He was a regular member of the Established Church, but often went to Dissenting meetings at watering places. He used to lament the want of good clergymen, often..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
Publication place:London, New York, USA
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Text:"...Later Days, 1874- 1882 117 when there was a difficulty about some point of procedure, the conspicuous fairness and good temper of SirGeorgeGrey supplied an unfailing resource. When formal motions..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
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Text:"...34 Memoir of SirGeorgeGrey in a Bill for the Suppression of Disturbances, which certainly did not err on the side of weakness. It was justified by the lawlessness of the country, where nine..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
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Text:"... and gave a character to every passage of it. Mr. Buxton remarked that the speech of SirGeorgeGrey * had made a deep impression in the House/ and he withdrew his motion. SirGeorgeGrey had shown his real..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
Publication place:London, New York, USA
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Text:"...50 Memoir of SirGeorgeGrey about the great question which made Peels Ministry famous - the repeal of the Corn Laws. He contented himself with criticising the minor measures of the Government..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
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Text:"...2 Memoir of SirGeorgeGrey The house of Fallodon had no claims to magnificence. It was a comfortable country house, well situated amongst undulating country, which afforded picturesque slopes..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...4 Memoir of SirGeorgeGrey succeeded to the Fallodon estate, entered the army, where he saw much active service, and rose to the rank of general. The third surviving son, George, entered the navy..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
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Text:"... was recognised ; but it is noticeable that he did not often choose to display it. The motion of censure on Lord Glenelg was defeated, and for the remainder of the year SirGeorgeGrey was again busied..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...38 Memoir of SirGeorgeGreySirGeorgeGrey entered upon the work of his department with such zeal that his health began to suffer almost immediately. He had naturally a nervous, sensitive..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...Political Life, 1833- 1874 61 In the Home Office SirGeorgeGrey found a sphere which eminently suited his peculiar gifts. Careful in action and moderate in expression, he had the qualities which..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
Publication place:London, New York, USA
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Text:"...68 Memoir of SirGeorgeGrey him. He was glad of an opportunity which made him familiar with the actual facts of his own neighbourhood. His pleasant manner, his readiness of speech, his fine..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...ii4 Memoir of SirGeorgeGrey useful, and needed no public recognition of his services. The majority of his colleagues during his long official life have passed away. The testimony of a few who..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
Publication place:London, England
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Text:"...MEMOIR OF SIRGEORGEGREY CHAPTER I PARENTAGE AND EARLY YEARS, 1 799- 1 83 2 The family of Grey has been for centuries connected with the course of English history, and is especially famous..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
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Text:"... this time of quiet, his domestic affections were still more strongly developed and became a marked feature of his character. In his busiest days SirGeorgeGrey never forgot his home, or neglected his home..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
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Text:"...Memoir of SirGeorgeGrey ment was so weakened that in June, 1846, he resigned. Lord John Russell succeeded him, and SirGeorgeGrey was chosen for the onerous office of Home Secretary, a post which..."
Date:Between 1799 and 1901
Publication place:London, New York, USA
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