gladstone

[ glad-stohn, -stuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF gladstone

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But as Mr. Gladstone was then, so he has been all his life—the very Quixote of conscience.

On the wall opposite the house the name of "Gladstone" is carved.

The Eton Society of Gladstone's day was a brilliant group of boys.

The recreations of young Gladstone were not in all respects like his school-mates.

Mr. Gladstone voted silently for the bill which became a law.

It was incumbent upon Mr. Gladstone to lead the opposition to this motion.

His patronage was therefore necessarily withdrawn from Mr. Gladstone.

Mr. Gladstone may be regarded as the pioneer of the movement.

Mr. Gladstone, as he gleefully remarked the other day, has broken the record.

Cardinal Newman wrote: "Gladstone's book, as you see, is making a sensation."

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