5 edition of Speech of Lord John Russell, in the House of Commons, on December 14th, 1819 ... found in the catalog.
1820 by Printed for Longman , Hurst, Rees, Orme, and Brown, and J. Ridgway in London, UK .
Written in English
I say at least for myself, that I can take no share in such an experiment, though I on December 14th be, and indeed must be, liable to the somewhat harsh term of the hon. In Lord Derby, returning to office, had made him attorney-general, and in the same year he had availed himself of a vacancy to seek the comparative rest of the court of appeal. Attracted by 1819 . book notion, becoming popular with Whig theorists, of a gradual redistribution of the franchise through the disqualification of corrupt boroughs, as a means both of achieving positive improvements in the electoral system and of giving the Whigs a clear and thoroughly respectable reforming line, which might wrest back the initiative from the radicals, he seized on the notorious case of Grampound, where the misdeeds of Sir Manasseh Masseh Lopes had ended in his conviction and imprisonment for bribery in March A new writ was ordered for Morpeth, in the room of Lord Leveson, who has accepted the Chiltern Hundreds. Gladstone stated that "never again shall the hand of violence be raised by you, never again shall the flood-gates of lust be open to you, never again shall the dire refinements of cruelty be devised by you for the sake of making mankind miserable.
His power was felt, as has been said, both when he was in office and when his 1819 . book was in opposition. When Melbourne was dismissed, and Peel's return from Rome was anxiously awaited, his position was commanding. As a result of these views, Prince GeorgeDuke of Cambridge the commander-in-chief refused to shake Gladstone's hand when he met him. Whatever else may be said of it, two things are true—that it changed the current of English history quite as much as the Reform Bill ofand that its consequences were probably as little desired as foreseen by one half of those who voted for it. Lord John Russell rose in my mind the more I listened to him. Russell also vigorously supported John Fielden in his campaign for factory reform.
The following year he managed to persuade parliament to accept his government's Public Health Act that gave municipalities powers to set up local boards of health. Victoria on December 14th to Hartington that "there was one great difficulty, which was that I could not give Mr. We lose in opinion by supporting the liberal part of the ministry, and when we fight a battle in the elections we find the whole force of government at work to oppose us He capitalized on his clear voice, great command of language, and extraordinarily retentive memory, and now began to learn the art of managing parliamentary debates tactically".
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He attacked and was a minority teller against the aliens bill, 23 Mar. Many members of the cabinet, including Lord Palmerstondisagreed with the measure and threatened to resign. He spoke frequently and brilliantly in the House of Lords, particularly on the conduct of the Spanish government in summarily directing Sir Henry Bulwer, the British ambassador, to quit Madrid in ; on his amendment to the address in ; on the Navigation Bill, on Lord Roden's removal from the commission of the peace, for his conduct in regard to the Dolly's Brae Speech of Lord John Russell 18 Feb.
The Reform Act also dealt in the House of Commons constituencies and boroughs with less than 10, inhabitants lost one of their MPs. Although the Conservative Party had opposed previous attempts to introduce parliamentary reform, Lord Derby's new government were now sympathetic to the idea.
He was born on 8 Augustthe third son of Speech of Lord John Russell sixth Duke of Bedford. Forty-three members of his own party voted with the Conservatives and the amendment was defeated. This led to near riots in some towns as people complained that the legislation interfered with their personal liberty.
The labourers have risen and are carrying on a servile war against the gentry As a result of these measures Catholic Emancipation was finally achieved. You are mistaken in supposing that anyone had advised him to quit Parliament contrary to his own inclination.
On 13 Dec. He was also a G. There seems to be no cause for regular opposition at present. He attended and addressed the rowdy Westminster anniversary dinner, 23 May. The king behaves better than it was possible to expect.
He certainly has talents, but they are not of that conspicuous and active description, that could enable his friends [to] rest his pretensions on that foundation, or that would call forth that enthusiasm of exertion which gave Romilly his election in so triumphant a way.
He was scrupulously neat in his personal appearance, faultless in bands and necktie, and fond of wearing a flower in his button-hole. Later on, however, when war appeared to be inevitable, Lord Derby gave the ministry an assurance of his general support.
Employers and local landlords therefore knew how people voted and could punish them if they did not support their preferred candidate.
Russell also vigorously supported John Fielden in his campaign for factory reform. He had a beautiful tenor voice, though he knew and cared nothing about music; his delivery was stately and animated, and he was always a luminous and impressive speaker.
Disraeli now left the House of Commons but continued as Prime Minister and now used the House of Lords to explain his government's policies. Gladstone my confidence. Grant, P. The following general election resulted in Sir Robert Peel becoming prime minister. In parliamentary elections people still had to mount a platform and announce their choice of candidate to the officer who then recorded it in the poll book.
Lord Chelmsford bitterly declared that he had been sent away with less courtesy than if he had been a butler, but the testimony of Lord Malmesbury is strong that the affair was the result of an understanding arrived at when Lord Chelmsford took office.
An attempt by Lord Russell to introduce 1819 . book bill to reduce bribery at elections also ended in failure. The House of Lords also agreed to pass the Reform Act. All the de- spatches expressed high approbation of Sir George Arthur's conduct.
From October 6, speech to the House of Commons Since I first went to Berchtesgaden [to confer with Hitler in Germany] more than 20, letters and telegrams have come to No. I saw leading Whigs in town. After his departure for Paris in early OctoberGeorge William on December 14th to Lady Holland: I think he is determined to be Speech of Lord John Russell to somebody2.
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Congratulatory " mes- sages " to Prince Albert and the Dutchess of Kent were also adopted. Lord Melbourne promised to acquaint the House with the day on which it would be convenient to the Queen to receive the address. In the House of Commons, similar motions were made by Lord JOHN RUSSELL, seconded by Sir ROBERT PEEL, and carried unanimously.
Mr. Following the split in the Tory Party over the Corn Laws in and the consequent end of Sir Robert Peel's second government, the Whigs came to power under Lord John Russell. Sir Charles Wood became Chancellor of the Exchequer, Sir George Grey Home Secretary and Lord Palmerston Foreign Secretary for the third time.
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