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" You and your friends complain of secret diplomacy, and that wars are entered into without consulting the people. Now it is in the Cabinet alone that questions of foreign policy are settled. We never consult Parliament till after they are settled. If,... "
Richard Cobden: The International Man - Page 232
by John Atkinson Hobson - 1919 - 415 pages
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The Life of Richard Cobden, Volume 1

John Morley - Great Britain - 1881 - 640 pages
...joining the Government that I could influence them. 'You and your friends complain,' he said, 'of a secret diplomacy, and that wars are entered into without...settled. If, therefore, you wish to have a voice in those questions, you can only do so in the Cabinet.' This was the argument I found it most difficult...
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The Life of Richard Cobden, Volume 2

John Morley - Great Britain - 1881
...joiuing the Government that I could influence them. 'Yon and your friends complain, ' he said, ' of a secret diplomacy, and that wars are entered into without...settled. If, therefore, you wish to have a voice in those questions, you can only do so in the Cabinet.' This was the argument I found it most difficult...
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Foreign Relations

Sir Spencer Walpole - Ambassadors - 1882 - 162 pages
...Palmerston offered Mr. Cobden a seat in the Cabinet, he said to him, "You and your friends complain of a secret diplomacy, and that wars are entered into without...voice in these questions, you can only do so in the Cabinet."—(See Mr. Morley's Life of Cobden, vol. ii. p. 231.) Mr. Disraeli said much the same thing...
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Foreign Relations

Sir Spencer Walpole - Ambassadors - 1882 - 162 pages
...Palmerston offered Mr. Cobden a seat in the Cabinet, he said to him, " You and your friends complain of a secret diplomacy, and that wars are entered into without...voice in these questions, you can only do so in the Cabinet."—(See Mr. Morley's Life of Cobden, vol. ii. p. 231.) Mr. Disraeli said much the same thing...
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The life of Richard Cobden

John Morley (visct.) - 1882
...joining the Government that I could influence them. ' You and your friends complain,' he said, ' of a secret diplomacy, and that wars are entered into without...settled. If, therefore, you wish to have a voice in those questions, you can only do so in the Cabinet.' This was the argunient I found it most difficult...
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The life and times of the right hon. John Bright

William Robertson (reporter.) - 1883
...offer." Lord Palmerston, in combating his objections, remarked :— "You and your friends complain of a secret diplomacy, and that wars are entered into without...settled. If, therefore, you wish to have a voice in those questions, you can only do so in the Cabinet." Mr. Cobden, however, after a long discussion,...
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William Ewart Gladstone and His Contemporaries: Fifty Years of ..., Volumes 3-4

Thomas Archer - Great Britain - 1883
...joining the government that I could influence them. 'You and your friends complain,' he said, 'of a secret diplomacy, and that wars are entered into without...settled. If, therefore, you wish to have a voice in those questions, yo can only do so in the cabinet.' This was the argument I found it most difficult...
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A Treatise on International Public Law

Hannis Taylor - International law - 1901 - 912 pages
...Palmerston, Hansard, vol. iv. pp. 174, 787. NATURE AND ATTRIBUTES OP STATES. 163 your friends complain of a secret diplomacy and that wars are entered into without...these questions, you can only do so in the cabinet." 21 For that reason "it is neither regular to ask, nor is it convenient to answer, questions relative...
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The Life of Richard Cobden, Volume 2

John Morley - Great Britain - 1908 - 1064 pages
...joining the Government that I could influence them. 'You and your friends complain,' he said, ' of a secret diplomacy, and that wars are entered into without...settled. If, therefore, you wish to have a voice in those questions, you can only do so in the Cabinet.' This was the argument I found it most difficult...
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The Life of Richard Cobden, Volume 2

John Morley - Great Britain - 1908 - 1064 pages
...joining the Government that I could influence them. 'You and your friends complain,' he said, 'of a secret diplomacy, and that wars are entered into without...settled. If, therefore, you wish to have a voice in those questions, you can only do so in the Cabinet.' This was the argument I found it most difficult...
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