"I was saying just now, before you came in, prince, that there has been nothing national up to now, about our liberalism, and nothing the liberals do, or have done, is in the least degree national.
Our liberals are not Russian, nor are our conservatives, and you may be sure that the nation does not recognize anything that has been done by the landed gentry, or by the seminarists, or what is to be done either."
All our eminent socialists are merely old liberals of the class of landed proprietors, men who were liberals in the days of serfdom.
This great citizen, so liberal to the world about him, so kindly inspired with love for his native place, is a despot in his own house, and utterly devoid of conjugal affection.
Madame du Val-Noble and her protector, who was just then afraid of the vengeance of the liberal party, were glad of a pretext to remain incognito in the village where Suzanne's mother died.
Choisnel, Mademoiselle Cormon's notary, asserted the latter, had heard nothing about the marriage contract; but the believers, still firm in their faith, carried off, on the twentieth day, a signal victory: Monsieur Lepressoir, the notary of the liberals, went to Mademoiselle Cormon's house, and the contract was signed.
It was on this abandonment of his early liberal principles that Browning based his spirited lyric 'The Lost Leader.'
An ardent liberal in youth, he, more quickly than Wordsworth, lapsed into conservatism, whence resulted his appointment as Poet Laureate in 1813 and the unremitting hostility of Lord Byron.
This was the occurrence:The Coles had been settled some years in Highbury, and were very good sort of peoplefriendly, liberal
, and unpretending; but, on the other hand, they were of low origin, in trade, and only moderately genteel.
Dashwood was acting on motives of policy as well as pleasure in the frequency of her visits at Delaford; for her wish of bringing Marianne and Colonel Brandon together was hardly less earnest, though rather more liberal
than what John had expressed.
About twelve the 'phone came through--the Liberals were in.
`The Liberals are in and you're going to barber a good Grit before the sun rises.'