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Page 2 - Strictly pure, and well manufactured."— WW Stoddart, FIC, FCS, Analyst for Bristol. " Pure Cocoa, from which a portion of its oily ingredients has been extracted.
Page 24 - Abroad they have strained, if they have not endangered, the prerogative by gross misuse, and have weakened the empire by needless wars, unprofitable extensions, and unwise engagements, and have dishonoured it in the eyes of Europe by filching the island of Cyprus from the Porte under a treaty clause distinctly concluded in violation of the treaty of Paris, which formed part of the international law of Christendom.
Page 24 - India with the costs and dangers of a prolonged and unjustifiable war, while they have at the same time augmented her taxation and curtailed her liberties. At this moment we are told of other secret negotiations with Persia, entailing further liabilities without further strength ; and from day to day — under a Ministry called, as if in mockery, Conservative — the nation is perplexed with fear of change.
Page 27 - Belgium when menaced may be well contrasted with the result of the Turkish policy of Lord Beaconsfield. But the influence of England does not rest upon boasts of ascendency over Europe irrespective of the objects for which that ascendency is to be employed. It rests on the firmness and moderation of our conduct, based upon the material and moral strength of our position, and exercised in concert with other nations on behalf of peace, justice, and freedom.
Page 27 - Touching the influence of England in the Councils of Europe, Lord Hartington said : " The just influence of England in the Councils of Europe is an object which the Liberal party has pursued with at least as much sincerity, and certainly with more success than has attended the policy of the present Administration. The creation of the independence of Belgium was the work of a Liberal Administration ; and the successful measures taken by the Government of Mr. Gladstone to protect Belgium when menaced...
Page 21 - It is this ; nothing can be done, in my opinion, by any wise statesman or right-minded Briton to weaken or compromise the authority of the Imperial Parliament, because the Imperial Parliament must be supreme in these three kingdoms. And nothing that creates a doubt upon that supremacy can be tolerated by an intelligent and patriotic man.
Page 2 - Sons for their Chocolate and Cocoas, the jury basing their award on the perfection of manufacture shown in the products, the skilful selection of the raw material, and the use of highly improved machinery."—Paris Correspondent of the Daily Telegraph.
Page 2 - In Packets and Tins. Guaranteed Pure Cocoa only, the superfluous oil extracted. " If properly prepared there is no nicer or more wholesome preparation of Cocoa.
Page 2 - I find it to consist of Pure Cocoa, from which a portion of its oily ingredients has been extracted. It is free from sugar and other admixture. The delicate flavour and nutritious qualities of this article account for the high estimation in which it is held by the public.
Page 27 - ... much sincerity, and certainly with more success than has attended the policy of the present Administration. The creation of the independence of Belgium was the work of a Liberal Administration ; and the successful measures taken by the Government of Mr. Gladstone to protect Belgium when menaced may be well contrasted with the result of the Turkish policy of Lord Beaconsfield. But the influence of England does not rest upon boasts of ascendency over Europe irrespective of the objects for which...