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" He created a plebeian aristocracy and blended it with the patrician oligarchy. He made peers of second-rate squires and fat graziers. He caught them in the alleys of Lombard Street, and clutched them from the counting-houses of Cornhill. "
The Contemporary Review - 450 ページ
1888
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Sybil; or The two nations

Benjamin Disraeli (Earl of Beaconsfield) - 1845
...purpose, he still endeavoured partially to effect it by a circuitous process. He created a plebeian aristocracy and blended it with the patrician oligarchy....declared that every man with an estate of ten thousand a-year had a right to be a peer, he sounded the knell of " the cause for which Hampden had died on...

Sybil, Or, The Two Nations, 第 1 部

Benjamin Disraeli - 1845 - 438 ページ
...still endeavoured partially to effect it by a circuitous process. He created a plebeian aristo19 cracy and blended it with the patrician oligarchy. He made...second-rate squires and fat graziers. He caught them in tbe alleys of Lombard Street, and clutched them from the countinghouses of Cornhill. When Mr. Pitt...

Collected edition of the novels and tales by ... B. Disraeli, 第 3 巻

Benjamin Disraeli (earl of Beaconsfield.) - 1871
...purpose, he still endeavoured partially to effect it by a circuitous process. He created a plebeian aristocracy and blended it with the patrician oligarchy....declared that every man with an estate of ten thousand ayear had a right to be a peer, he sounded the knell of ' the cause for which Hampden had died on the...

Novels and tales. (Hughenden ed.)

Benjamin Disraeli (earl of Beaconsfield.) - 1881
...purpose, he still endeavoured partially to effect it by a circuitous process. He created a plebeian aristocracy and blended it with the patrician oligarchy....declared that every man with an estate of ten thousand ayear had a right to be a peer, he sounded the knell of ' the cause for which Hampden had died on the...

Sybil

Benjamin Disraeli - 1881
...purpose, he still eiideavoured partially to effect it by a circuitous process. He created a plebeian aristocracy and blended it with the patrician oligarchy....counting-houses of Cornhill. When Mr. Pitt, in an age of Bauk restriction, declared that every man with an estate of ten thousand ayear had a right to be a...

Life of Warren Hastings, First Governor-general of India

George Bruce Malleson - 1894 - 563 ページ
...barrier erected by the great families of England at the Eevolution of 1688. " Mr. Pitt," he wrote, " made peers of second-rate squires and fat graziers....in the alleys of Lombard Street and clutched them in the counting-houses of Cornhill." Certainly under no circumstances would he have recommended Hastings...

Collections and Recollections, 第 1 巻

George William Erskine Russell - 1898 - 374 ページ
...ten thousand a year had a right to be a peer. In Lord Beaconsfield's words : " He created a plebeian aristocracy and blended it with the patrician oligarchy....clutched them from the counting-houses of Cornhill." This democratization of the peerage was accompanied by great modifications of pomp and stateliness...

Collections and Recollections

George William Erskine Russell - 1898 - 374 ページ
...ten thousand a year had a right to be a peer. In Lord Beaconsfield's words : " He created a plebeian aristocracy and blended it with the patrician oligarchy....clutched them from the counting-houses of Cornhill." This democratization of the peerage was accompanied by great modifications of pomp and stateliness...

William Ewart Gladstone: A Biographical Study

Frank Wakeley Gunsaulus - 1898 - 384 ページ
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Collections and Recollections

George William Erskine Russell - 1898 - 374 ページ
...ten thousand a year had a right to be a peer. In Lord Beaconsfield's words : " Ho created a plebeian aristocracy and blended it with the patrician oligarchy....made peers of second-rate squires and fat graziers. Ho caught them in the alleys of Lombard Street, and clutched them from the counting-houses of Cornhill."...




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