Lord Randolph Churchill

Churchill, Winston S.

Editorial: Macmillan, London, 1907
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This one volume edition contains the full text of the two volume work as originally published in 1906, but has less leading ( space between lines) and is printed on thinner paper. Now 907 pages, 5 illustrations, 2 in colour. Binding is similar to the first edition, in a similar deep red smooth cloth, but cover is plain. The spine stamping is the same except no volume number. All edges trimmed and the top edge gilt. An attractive book that ages well. The trimmed edges are less of an attractant for dirt and moisture. Original cloth covers clean except for a faint dribble on front cover, spine dull, binding firm, bookplate and owner name on endpaper. Comtents have white paper and no foxing, edges off white but no spots. (A8b). N° de ref. de la librería

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Título: Lord Randolph Churchill
Editorial: Macmillan, London, 1907

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Sir Winston S Churchill
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Descripción Createspace, United States, 2014. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.THE cumulative labours of Vanbrugh and Capability Brown have succeeded at Blenheim in setting an Italian palace in an English park without apparent incongruity. The combination of these different ideas, each singly attractive, produces a remarkable effect. The palace is severe in its symmetry and completeness. Nothing has been added to the original plan; nothing has been taken away. The approaches are formal; the wings are balanced; four equal towers maintain its corners; and the fantastic ornaments of one side are elaborately matched on the other. Natural simplicity and even confusion are, on the contrary, the characteristic of the park and gardens. Instead of that arrangement of gravel paths, of geometrical flower-beds, and of yews disciplined with grotesque exactness which the character of the house would seem to suggest, there spreads a rich and varied landscape. Green lawns and shining water, banks of laurel and fern, groves of oak and cedar, fountains and islands, are conjoined in artful disarray to offer on every side a promise of rest and shade. And yet there is no violent contrast, no abrupt dividing-line between the wildness and freshness of the garden and the pomp of the architecture. The whole region is as rich in history as in charm; for the antiquity of Woodstock is not measured by a thousand years, and Blenheim is heir to all the memories of Woodstock. Here Kings-Saxon, Norman, and Plantagenet-have held their Courts. Ethelred the Unready, Alfred the Great, Queen Eleanor, the Black Prince, loom in vague majesty out of the past. Woodstock was notable before the Norman Conquest. It was already a borough when the Domesday Book was being compiled. The park was walled to keep the foreign wild beasts of Henry I. Fair Rosamond s Well still bubbles by the lake. From the gatehouse of the old manor the imprisoned Princess Elizabeth watched the years of Mary s persecution. In the tumults of the Civil Wars Woodstock House was held for King Charles by an intrepid officer through a long and bitter siege and ravaged by the victorious Roundheads at its close. And beyond the most distant of these events, in the dim backward of time, the Roman generals administering the districts east and west of Akeman Street had built their winter villas in that pleasant, temperate retreat; so that Woodstock and its neighbourhood were venerable and famous long before John Churchill, in the early years of the eighteenth century, superimposed upon it the glory of his victories over the French. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9781502414533

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Sir Winston S Churchill
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Descripción Createspace, United States, 2014. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. THE cumulative labours of Vanbrugh and Capability Brown have succeeded at Blenheim in setting an Italian palace in an English park without apparent incongruity. The combination of these different ideas, each singly attractive, produces a remarkable effect. The palace is severe in its symmetry and completeness. Nothing has been added to the original plan; nothing has been taken away. The approaches are formal; the wings are balanced; four equal towers maintain its corners; and the fantastic ornaments of one side are elaborately matched on the other. Natural simplicity and even confusion are, on the contrary, the characteristic of the park and gardens. Instead of that arrangement of gravel paths, of geometrical flower-beds, and of yews disciplined with grotesque exactness which the character of the house would seem to suggest, there spreads a rich and varied landscape. Green lawns and shining water, banks of laurel and fern, groves of oak and cedar, fountains and islands, are conjoined in artful disarray to offer on every side a promise of rest and shade. And yet there is no violent contrast, no abrupt dividing-line between the wildness and freshness of the garden and the pomp of the architecture. The whole region is as rich in history as in charm; for the antiquity of Woodstock is not measured by a thousand years, and Blenheim is heir to all the memories of Woodstock. Here Kings-Saxon, Norman, and Plantagenet-have held their Courts. Ethelred the Unready, Alfred the Great, Queen Eleanor, the Black Prince, loom in vague majesty out of the past. Woodstock was notable before the Norman Conquest. It was already a borough when the Domesday Book was being compiled. The park was walled to keep the foreign wild beasts of Henry I. Fair Rosamond s Well still bubbles by the lake. From the gatehouse of the old manor the imprisoned Princess Elizabeth watched the years of Mary s persecution. In the tumults of the Civil Wars Woodstock House was held for King Charles by an intrepid officer through a long and bitter siege and ravaged by the victorious Roundheads at its close. And beyond the most distant of these events, in the dim backward of time, the Roman generals administering the districts east and west of Akeman Street had built their winter villas in that pleasant, temperate retreat; so that Woodstock and its neighbourhood were venerable and famous long before John Churchill, in the early years of the eighteenth century, superimposed upon it the glory of his victories over the French. Nº de ref. de la librería APC9781502414533

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Sir Winston S Churchill
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Descripción Theclassics.Us, United States, 2013. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: . behind all two million intelligent citizens, newly 1885 enfranchised, impatiently awaited the opportunity of j DEGREES7y casting their votes. Such were the perils and embarrassments amid which the Ministry of Caretakers came into being. Nor was it strange that eminent politicians were willing to prophesy that after a brief and inglorious career they would be swept off the face of the earth. But Lord Salisbury, reminding the House of Lords that several of the longest Administrations in English history had come into being under precarious conditions, and fortifying himself by the examples and experiences of Mr. Pitt in 1784, of Lord Liverpool in 1812, and of Lord Palmerston in 1855, addressed himself to his heavy task with serene determination. The Fourth Party was translated bodily to a t higher sphere. Lord Randolph Churchill became Secretary of State for India -- at that time, with the exception of the Foreign Office, the most anxious and important of all Ministerial posts. Mr. Balfour, though not admitted to the Cabinet, was appointed President of the Local Government Board. Sir Henry Wolff was despatched on a special mission to Turkey and Egypt with wide and peculiar authority over the whole field of Egyptian affairs. Mr. Gorst accepted the position of Solicitor-General. Three out of the four friends who had worked together more or less harmoniously in Opposition were sworn Privy Councillors upon the same cushion; and it was also noticed that an unusual proportion of the thirtyfive members who had voted with the Fourth Party 1885 in the division upon Sir Henry Wolff s motion during St-36 the interregnum were included in the Government. Lord Randolph s popularity was enhanced by his promotion. Those commanding qualities which the. Nº de ref. de la librería AAV9781230382821

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Sir Winston S Churchill
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ISBN 10: 1230266674 ISBN 13: 9781230266671
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Descripción Theclassics.Us, United States, 2013. Paperback. Estado de conservación: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1906 edition. Excerpt: . CHAPTER XIII HOME RULE 1 Vote it as you please. There is a company of poor men that will spend all their blood before they see it settled so. -- Caklyle, Cromwell. 1886 On the last day in January Mr. Gladstone underj DEGREES, i7 took to form his Administration. Its complexion was indicated by the first of the new appointments: for Mr. Morley became Chief Secretary to the LordLieutenant. This was followed, without delay, on the one hand by the statement that Lord Spencer had acquiesced in the new Irish policy and would be Lord President of the Council; and upon the other by rumours of Whig refusals. For some days negotiations were protracted with Lord Hartington, Mr. Goschen and Sir Henry James; but, whatever signs of hesitation had marked their previous course, their action now was decided. Sir Henry James was offered successively both the Lord Chancellorship and the Home Secretaryship, and even more important Executive offices were pressed upon the others. All were declined. Doubt and reluctance were also manifested by Mr. Chamberlain and Sir George Trevelyan and both required and received assurances that they were not committed, by joining the Government, to the support of any Irish policy which involved the creation of a separate Parliament. For 1886 the rest it may be noticed that Sir William Harcourt JE DEGREESxj became Chancellor of the Exchequer; that Lord Rosebery went to the Foreign Office; and that neither Lord Derby nor Mr. Forster was included in the Government. The traveller who visits an old battlefield can never fully understand what its various natural features meant to the combatants. He is shown, perhaps, a rocky ridge which is called the key of the position. He reads that it was taken and repurchased on hard terms more. Nº de ref. de la librería AAV9781230266671

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CHURCHILL Winston S
Editorial: Macmillan, London (1906)
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Descripción Macmillan, London, 1906. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Very Good. Volume 2 ONLY, viii + 531 pp , illustrated bound in rubbed and worn red cloth, spine darkened; Large Octavo. Nº de ref. de la librería 62922

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Churchill, Winston S.
Editorial: Odhams Press Ltd. (1951)
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Descripción Odhams Press Ltd., 1951. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Fair. Estado de la sobrecubierta: No. Item is only "acceptable" condition. It has been extensively read and shows many signs of wear to the cover, spine and pages, curling to the corners and yellowing to the edges. Perfectly readable, but not suitable for a gift or collection. Cracked hinge at title page and again at index. Soiling to page ends. Book is square. Former library book with usual library stamps, tape stains, markings and shelf wear. Nº de ref. de la librería 1540

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ISBN 10: 1515078485 ISBN 13: 9781515078487
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