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" I saw in this offer a proof of your appreciation of my feelings of sympathy and interest for that class of our community which has most of the toil, and least of the enjoyments, of this world. "
The principal speeches and addresses of ... the prince consort [ed. by sir A ... - Page 87
by Albert (consort of Victoria, queen of Gt. Britain.) - 1862 - 268 lehte
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 120. köide

1876
...overruled his timorous advisers. He was most anxious, as he declared in his speech, to show publicly " his sympathy and interest for that class of our community...the toil and least of the enjoyments of this world." " ' Depend upon it,' said the Prince, ' the interests of classes top often contrasted are identical,...
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The Church of England quarterly review, 24. köide

1848
...Classes was first established on its present footing, I accepted with pleasure the offer made to me of becoming its president. I saw in this offer a proof...who were wholly disinterested, to act the part of the friend of those who required advice and assistance, which only a friend could tender with advantage....
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The Prince Consort's Farms: An Agricultural Memoir

John Chalmers Morton - 1863 - 276 lehte
...of your appreciation of my ' feelings of sympathy and interest for that class of our com• munity which has most of the toil, and least of the enjoyments,...disinterested, to act the part of a friend to those who re' quired that advice and assistance, which none but a friend ' could tender with advantage. ' This...
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Hints on Farming and Estate Management

Duncan George Forbes Macdonald - 1865 - 548 lehte
...LATE PRINCE CONSOHT for Improving the Condition of the Labouring Classes, His Royal Highness said: — "I saw in this offer a proof of your appreciation...which none but a friend could tender with advantage. Depend upon it, the interests of classes too often contrasted are identical, and it is only ignorance...
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Prince Albert's golden precepts: or, The opinions and maxims of ... the ...

Albert (consort of Victoria, queen of Gt. Britain.) - 1873
...I accepted with great pleasure the offer of becoming its President. I saw in this offer a proof of appreciation of my feelings of sympathy and interest...toil, and least of the enjoyments, of this world. t conceived that great advantage would accrue from the endeavours of influential persons, who were...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 120. köide

1876
...overruled his timorous advisers. He was most anxious, as he declared in his speech, to show publicly " his sympathy and interest for that class of our community...the toil and least of the enjoyments of this world." "'Depend upon it,' ?aid the Prince, ' the interests of classes too often contrasted are identical,...
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The Life of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort, 2. köide

Sir Theodore Martin - 1876 - 2 lehte
...interests at this time might be attended with excellent results. The Prince, ever ready to show ' his sympathy and interest for that class of our community...toil, and least of the enjoyments of this world,' 3 at once fell in with their views. But it became a question whether his appearance on the platform...
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The Life of His Royal Highness the Prince Consort, 2. köide

Theodore Martin - 1880
...interests at this time might be attended with excellent results. The Prince, ever ready to show ' his sympathy and interest for that class of our community...toil, and least of the enjoyments of this world,' 3 at once fell in with their views. But it became a question whether his appearance on the platform...
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The Life and Work of the Seventh Earl of Shaftesbury, K.G.

Edwin Hodder - 1887 - 792 lehte
...interests at this time might be attended with excellent results. The Prince, ever ready to show his sympathy and interest for that class of our community...of the toil, and least of the enjoyments, of this world.f at once fell in with their views. "J It is somewhat singular that Sir Theodore Martin, who...
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The Life and Work of the Seventh Earl of Shaftesbury, K.G., 1. köide

Edwin Hodder - 1893 - 792 lehte
...interests at this time might be attended with excellent results. The Prince, ever ready to show his sympathy and interest for that class of our community which has most of the toil, and least of the enjoyment«, of this world.f at once fell in with their views."+ It is somewhat singular that Sir Theodore...
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