William Gladstone

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Noun1.William Gladstone - liberal British statesman who served as prime minister four times (1809-1898)William Gladstone - liberal British statesman who served as prime minister four times (1809-1898)
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I remember one ardent Gladstonian who, as a general election drew near, was in sore straits indeed, for he disbelieved in Home Rule, and yet how could he vote against 'Gladstone's man'?
'Away with you, and vote for Gladstone's man!' He jumped up and made off without a word, but from the east window we watched him strutting down the brae.
It is doubtful whether this present book entirely clears up the matter of Gladstone's Christianity.
Six offers came from the elder Derby, six were rejected, some at the height of Gladstone's anti-Liberalism in church and state; which says more about Gladstone's perceived conservatism, Derby's offers or Gladstone's rejections?
She studied in Liverpool, Prime Minister Gladstone's home city, for a time, and the revamped conservatory is a monument not only to her but to all the women of Liverpool.
Sir William, whose father Charles was Gladstone's second son, has just written a new history book about Gladstone.
Peter Jagger's book offers a detailed account of Gladstone's religious development up to 1832, when he was twenty-three.
The sale provides substantial capital gain realisation in line with Gladstone's investment strategy, president Dave Dullum said.
"Once again, Gladstone's reputation is growing and Liverpool should make the most of its greatest son, especially as this month is the bicentennial of his birth.
"Once again, Gladstone's reputation is growing, and Liverpool should make the most of its greatest son, especially as this month is the bicentennial of his birth.
The arrangement of bookcases and the system of cataloguing were both to Gladstone's specifications and are still in use at St Deiniol's.