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 : The Times

Lord Stanley to John Wilson Croker, 22 March 1851: 'There is at the moment an utter break up of all parties, except the Protectionists, who are, I hope, notwithstanding their recent disappointment, gradually consolidating themselves [...] If I can consolidate with them the now awakened spirit of Protestantism, and at the same time can keep the latter within reasonable bounds, I can go to the country with a strong war-cry, with which, indeed, the Times furnished me the other day, "Protestantism, Protection, and down with the Income Tax."'

Century: 1800-1849     Reader/Listener/Group: Lord Stanley      Print: Newspaper


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