Will you dine with me at the House of Commons
one night next week?
Now this ambergris is a very curious substance, and so important as an article of commerce, that in a certain Nantucket-born Captain Coffin was examined at the bar of the English House of Commons
on that subject.
He consults his watch, and says (like Guy Fawkes), he'll now go down to the House of Commons
and see how things look.
He made a successful first speech in the House of Commons
The facts were stated, exactly as they are stated here, in the House of Commons
By the time that Lord John Russell's measure was being debated in the House of Commons
, there was a new political animation in Middlemarch, and a new definition of parties which might show a decided change of balance if a new election came.
In Great Britain it is the province of the House of Commons
to prefer the impeachment, and of the House of Lords to decide upon it.
The first to which this character ought to be applied, is the House of Commons
in Great Britain.
There was Charles James Fox, who never rested until he had silenced our enemies in the House of Commons
From the House of Commons
to the House of Correction, there is a general profession of morality, except among our people; it really is that exception which makes our people quite reviving.
He became Treasurer of the Exchequer, Speaker of the House of Commons
, Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster, and last of all Lord Chancellor of England.
Thus at an age when the gentlemen above mentioned employ their time in toasting the charms of a woman, or in making sonnets in her praise; in giving their opinion of a play at the theatre, or of a poem at Will's or Button's; these gentlemen are considering the methods to bribe a corporation, or meditating speeches for the House of Commons
, or rather for the magazines.