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" Seriously, it is to me a grave thing that the destinies of this country should at present be seriously influenced by a man who, whatever he may be in the affairs of which I am no judge, is nothing but a copious shuffler in those which I do understand. "
Little Journeys to Homes of Great Scientists ...: Ernst Haeckel. Carl von ... - Page 70
by Elbert Hubbard - 1905
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The Table-talk of Shirley [pseud.]: Reminiscences of and Letters ..., Volume 1

Sir John Skelton - 1895 - 344 pages
...to me a grave thing that the destinies of this country should at present be seriously influenced by a man who, whatever he may be in the affairs of which...judge, is nothing but a copious shuffler in those which I do understand." [London, February 20, 1886.] " Yes. I am sorry to say I know — nobody better...
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Life and letters of Thomas Henry Huxley, Volume 2

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1900
...to me a grave thing that the destinies of this country should at present be seriously influenced by a man, who, whatever he may be in the affairs of which...judge — is nothing but a copious shuffler, in those which I do understand. — With best wishes to Mrs. Skelton and yourself, ever yours very faithfully,...
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Life and Letters of Thomas Henry Huxley, Volume 2

Thomas Henry Huxley - 1900
...to me a grave thing that the destinies of this country should at present be seriously influenced by a man, who, whatever he may be in the affairs of which...judge — is nothing but a copious shuffler, in those which I do understand. — With best wishes to Mrs. Skelton and yourself, ever yours very faithfully,...
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Annual Report

Smithsonian Institution - 1901
...to me a grave thing that the destinies of this country should at present be seriously influenced by a man who, whatever he may be in the affairs of which...judge, is nothing but a copious shuffler in those which I do understand." In 1878 there occurred a brief passage at arms between Gladstone and Herbert...
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Searching for Truth ...

George Otis Draper - 1902 - 579 pages
...grave thing that the destinies of this country should at present (1886) be seriously influenced by a man, who, whatever he may be in the affairs of which...judge — is nothing but a copious shuffler in those which I do understand. It was certainly a most sorry day for bigotry when the champion of the Gaderene...
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Essays, Historical, and Literary, Volume 2

John Fiske - 1902
...to me a great thing that the destinies of this country should at present be seriously influenced by a man who, whatever he may be in the affairs of which...judge, is nothing but a copious shuffler in those which I do understand." In 1873 there occurred a brief passage at arms between Gladstone and Herbert...
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Essays: historical and literary, Volumes 1-2

John Fiske - 1902
...to me a great thing that the destinies of this country should at present be seriously influenced by a man who, whatever he may be in the affairs of which...judge, is nothing but a copious shuffler in those which I do understand." In 1873 there occurred a brief passage at arms between Gladstone and Herbert...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 87

1901
...to me a grave thing that the destinies of this country should at present be seriously influenced by a man who, whatever he may be in the affairs of which...judge, is nothing but a copious shuffler in those which I do understand." In 1873 there occurred a brief passage at arms between Gladstone and Herbert...
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Annual Report of the Board of Regents of the Smithsonian Institution

Smithsonian Institution. Board of Regents - 1901
...to me a grave thing that the destinies of this country should at present be seriously influenced by a man who, whatever he may be in the affairs of which...judge, is nothing but a copious shuffler in those which I do understand." In 1878 there occurred a brief passage at arms between Gladstone and Herbert...
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