The death of the King was a great blow to what had now come to be generally styled the 'Conservative Cause. It was quite unexpected; within a fortnight of his death, eminent persons still believed that 'it was only the hay-fever. Had his Majesty lived until after the then impending registration, the Whigs would have been again dismissed.
If that is not possible if by the question of reforms the Conservative party cannot succeed in making a common arrangement and maintaining the power of the Conservative policy, the Cabinet will leave to others the sad task of presiding over the disorganization of the Conservative party and the ruin of its policy."
What is the position of the Conservative Party when they attempt to defend the House of Lords?
This was to insure the peace of Puerto Principe and Santa Clara, both considered conservative, and to prevent the people joining the revolutionary party. After the plan was announced, the revolutionists burned out the wooden bridges, tore up the tracks in many places, and the roads have been, for all practical purposes, in their hands ever since.
+1078+. On the other hand, the priesthood has been generally conservative of the bad as well as of the good. It has maintained customs and ideas that had ceased to be effective and true, and in order to preserve them it has resorted to forced interpretations and has invented accounts of their origin. It has thus in many cases been obscurantive and mendacious.
When the time comes for a real test of its strength when it shall have gathered such force as to be able to throw down a real challenge to the conservative forces in the political field it is absurd to suppose that those who are inclined to welcome it as the salvation of the world will be frightened off by prophecies of failure.
Society, always kind to single men of good appearance and easy good manners, had taken him up. He wore dinner or evening clothes five nights out of seven, and was supposed by his conservative old neighbors to be going the pace. The rumor had been fed by Mrs. Rosenfeld, who, starting out for her day's washing at six o'clock one morning, had found Dr.
"All right, as soon as Parliament meets and a new writ can be issued, Clavering retires, and I step into his shoes," says Pen. "And under which king does Bezonian speak or die?" asked Warrington. "Do we come out as Liberal Conservative, or as Government man, or on our own hook?" "Hem! There are no politics now; every man's politics, at least, are pretty much the same.
At a luncheon given by the Liberal Association he dwelt upon the necessity of a Liberal union. The Liberals had, owing to their dissensions, given twenty-six votes to their opponents in 1874, while the Government had been carried on for years by a Conservative majority of less than twenty-six, showing the importance of organization. At night Mr.
My book Social Equality had, it seemed, so far achieved its object that a letter presently reached me, written on behalf of a number of students at the University of St. Andrews, asking me whether, could the requisite arrangements be made, I would be willing, at the next election, to stand as Conservative candidate for the St.