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This led, as might be expected, not to the woolsack but to the authorship of Coningsby.
HAUNTED LONDONWALTER THORNBURY
She was a woman that brought to bear upon foolish, culpable loves a mental power that would have adorned the woolsack.
That he would live to sit on the woolsack was now almost a certainty to the dear old lady.
THE EUSTACE DIAMONDSANTHONY TROLLOPE
The Woolsack, more especially the object of his ambition, was made a very uneasy seat to any occupant.
It's a long journey from the shop in the Strand to the woolsack you see, and he took sick at two-and-thirty I believe.
But the nation would not have tolerated his presence at the War Office, and even resented it on the Woolsack.
The Chancellor is very ill and not likely ever to sit again on the Woolsack.
Premiership, woolsack, mitre, and quasi-crown: all is attainable if you can talk with due ability.
LATTER-DAY PAMPHLETSTHOMAS CARLYLE
What delight to topple him over—to see his heels rise in the air, and disappear with rest of his body at other side of Woolsack!
Who knows but that some day the Woolsack may be tenanted by a really susceptible Chancellor?

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