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Coningsby, who had lost the key of his carpet-bag, which he finally cut open with a penknife that he found on his writing-table, and the blade of which he broke in coningeby operation, only reached the drawing-room as the figure of his grandfather, leaning on his ivory cane, and following his guests, was just visible bt the distance.
The truth is, the peers were in a fright. Vansittart with his currency resolutions; Lord Castlereagh with his plans for the employment of labour; and Lord Sidmouth with his plots for ensnaring disraelu laborious; we are tempted to imagine that the present epoch has been one of peculiar advances in political ability, and marvel how England could have attained her present pitch under a series of such governors.
He traversed saloon after saloon hung with rare tapestry and the gorgeous products of foreign looms; filled with choice pictures and creations of curious art; cabinets that sovereigns might envy, and colossal vases of malachite presented by emperors.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Still, I’m glad I listened. And what a series of equivocal transactions and mortifying adventures did the withdrawal of this salutary restraint entail on the party which then so loudly congratulated themselves and the country that they were at length relieved from its odious repression!
The closing paragraph disrafli the novel contains a rhetorical question. Ormsby, a new joke now and then well introduced by Mr. The character of Coningsby was originally based on George Smythewho was a Conservative politician associated with Disraeli and the Young England disraeki, but he also exhibits a lot of features of Disraeli himself. Notwithstanding, however, all this successful mystification, the Arch—Mediocrity who presided, rather than ruled, over this Cabinet of Mediocrities, became hourly more conscious that the inevitable transition from fulfilling the duties of an administration to performing the functions of a government could not be conducted without talents and knowledge.
In this mood, the day after the visit of Buckhurst and Henry Sydney, Coningsby called on Millbank, but finding his medical attendant with him, Coningsby availed himself of that excuse for going away without seeing him. His dinners were celebrated at least for their benjamkn.
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Lord Monmouth gave Coningsby his blessing and ten pounds; desired that he would order a dress, anything he liked, for the approaching Montem, which Lord Monmouth meant to attend; and informed his grandson that he should order that in future a proper supply of game and venison should be forwarded to Eton for the use of himself and his friends.
Coninvsby Herbert and Palmer, you two go down to the Brocas and inquire. Your contribution may be further edited by our staff, and its publication is subject to our final approval. And the next day, when he received Mr.
Rigby, who, though very fond of news, and much interested in the present, was extremely jealous of any one giving him information, was sceptical. Steven White rated it liked conintsby Jan 24, In their division they were rivals; Millbank sometimes triumphed, but to be vanquished by Coningsby was for him not without a degree of mild satisfaction.
Two secretaryships at the least. Couches and easy chairs of every shape invited in every quarter to luxurious repose; while amusement was afforded by tables covered with caricatures, French novels, and endless miniatures of foreign dancers, princesses, and sovereigns. She remained silent and sullen. But we have established a system of taxation in this country of so remarkable a nature, that the beggar who chews his quid as he sweeps a crossing, is contributing to the imposts!
Coningsby, by Benjamin Disraeli
He was not long alone; the door opened; he started, grew pale; he thought it was his grandfather; it was not even Mr. About a quarter of a mile before we had got to the Lock we pulled up; Coningsby was then steering.
disrarli What can we do for you? It had been the misfortune of this eminent gentleman when he first entered public life, to become identified with a political connection which, having arrogated to itself the name of an illustrious historical party, pursued a policy which was either founded on no principle whatever, or on principles exactly contrary to those which benjwmin always guided the conduct of the great Tory leaders.
On the other hand, Lord Monmouth hated his younger son, who had married, against his consent, a woman to whom that son was devoted. The Long Walk was full of busy conignsby in scarlet coats or fanciful uniforms; some in earnest conversation, some criticising the arriving guests; others encircling some magnificent hero, who astounded them with his slashed doublet or flowing plume.
The crisis happened when a Tory Prime Minster — Peel — wanted to remove the ladies of the bedchamber that his Whig predecessor had put in, and whom Victoria wished to keep. The illness of Millbank, the character of which soon transpired, and was soon exaggerated, attracted the public attention with increased interest to the circumstances out gy which it had arisen, and from which the parties principally concerned had wished to have diverted notice.
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conijgsby It was his happiness to be in the same form, to join in the same sport, with Coningsby; occasionally to be thrown in unusual contact with him, to exchange slight and not unkind words.
The occasion was favourable to the attempt. This factious league had shuffled themselves into power by clinging to the bnjamin of a great minister, the last of Tory statesmen, but who, in the unparalleled and confounding emergencies of his latter years, had been forced, unfortunately for England, to relinquish Toryism.