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The Earl of Beaconsfield's Administration 1877-8 (23 pp); Foreign Affairs: Speech of the Most Honorable The Marquess of Salisbury at the Free Trade Hall Manchester October 17th 1879 (22pp); etc. etc

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The Earl of Beaconsfield's Administration 1877-8 (23 pp); Foreign Affairs: Speech of the Most Honorable The Marquess of Salisbury at the Free Trade Hall Manchester October 17th 1879 (22pp); etc. etc

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A Collection of 16 Conservative political pamphlets bound together. Also: The Speeches of Sir Stafford Northcote M.P. Chancellor of the Exchequer, The Hon. R, Bourke M.P. Under Secretary for Foreign Affairs and The Hon. E. Stanhope M.P. Under Secretary for India delivered at the Great Conservative Demonstration at Leeds Dec 20th 1879 (48pp); A Speech Delivered at Sheffield by the Right Hon. Viscount Cranbrook Secretary of State for India on June 5th 1879 (24pp); Peace With Dishonour - A Speech Delivered in the House of Lords, March 31st 1881 by the Right Hon. Earl Cairns on The Arrangements made by Her Majesty's Government with the Boers in the Transvaal (24pp); An Address Delivered before The Members of the Leeds Conservative Association by Mr E.W. Denison (18pp); Speeches Delivered by Colonel Lord Lindsay to Newbury Conservative Working Men's Association Jan 29 1880 (8 pp); Letters to Working Men No. 2 By An Old Liberal - "Radical, Liberal or Conservative" (4 pp); A Few Words on the Finances (16pp); The National of The Factional Party: Which Shall Win? To Which is added a Sketch of Lord Beaconsfield's Public Career by Fred Arthur Hyndman (30pp); The Afghan War - A Speech Delivered in the House of Lords by the Right Hon. Viscount Cranbrook on Dec 9 1878 (28pp) The Truth about The Transvaal by Lord Brabourne (15pp); The Suez Canal Shares (4pp); Conservative Finance and Liberal Fallacies - Speeches during the Debate on the Budget April 24 & 28 1879 (40pp); A Few Facts About Conservative and Liberal Finance by a Member of the Council (4pp); How Shall I Vote? A Question for Working Men (8pp); Liberal-Conservatism - An Appeal to the Constituencies in Support of the Foreign Policy of the Cabinet by A Liberal of the Old School (68pp). Includes Publications of the National Union No. XXXVII, XLI, XL, L, XLV, XXXVIII, XXXIX, XLII. Free eps lightly bound. List of contents written neatly in pencil on ffep. Text very clean throughout. Binding sound. Marbled edges. Bound in navy blue half leather with royal blue cloth boards. Gilt lettering on maroon spine label. Five raised bands on spine. Top, bottom and edges of spine rubbed. Hinges beginning to crack externally. Corners rubbed. Overall condition VG.

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The Earl of Beaconsfield's Administration 1877-8 (23 pp); Foreign Affairs: Speech of the Most Honorable The Marquess of Salisbury at the Free Trade Hall Manchester October 17th 1879 (22pp); etc. etc
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National Union of Conservative and Constitutional Associations:
Book condition
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London: National Union of Conservative and Constitutional Associations, 1878-1881.
Keywords
British Conservative Party, British Politics, National Union of Conservative and Constitutional Associations

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