as he feared it would have a negative reaction: "A remarkable night. I realised the feelings of Peter the Hermit. 9 Let the Turks now carry away their abuses, in the only possible manner, namely, by carrying off themselves. Resolved to go.C.'s lodgings: I found her there." (22) According to Philip Magnus, the author of Gladstone: A Biography (1963 "Gladstone had schooled himself early in life to sublimate absolutely the tensions which seethed inside him. He retook the prime minister's office, while again becoming chancellor of the exchequer.
His support of an Anglo-French trade treaty doubled the value of trade. A rational reaction against the irrational excesses and vagaries of scepticism may, I admit, readily degenerate into the rival folly of credulity.
William Ewart Gladstone: William Ewart Gladstone, statesman and four-time prime minister of Great Britain (186874, 188085, 1886, 189294). Gladstone was of purely Scottish descent. William, ewart, gladstone was born on 29 December 1809 in Liverpool, the son of a prosperous merchant. He was educated at Eton and Oxford University and was elected to parliament in 1832, as a Tory.
One of his Christ Church friends, the son of the Duke of Newcastle, persuaded the Duke to support. Gladstone (1958) page 135 (103) Queen Victoria, letter to William Ewart Gladstone (7th November, 1880) (104) Queen Victoria, letter to William Ewart Gladstone (October, 1881) (105) Philip Guedalla, The Queen and. Kin Beyond Sea, published in The North American Review,. That such things should be done once is a damning disgrace to the portion of our race which did them; that the door should be left open to their ever so barely possible repetition would spread that shame over the world! They meant simply this: liberty for ourselves, empire over the rest of mankind. Gladstone a blending of opposite qualities. Disraeli became prime minister early in 1868. Let them set their backs up, and show their bristles, and they would get the Reform Bill they wanted. William was educated at, eton and, christ College. A member of the Tory party, he held junior government positions before joining Robert Peel's Conservative cabinet in 1843. (76) In one speech Disraeli attacked Liberals as being people who were not committed to the British Empire: "Gentlemen, there is another and second great object of the Tory party.