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Mr. Lloyd George"s great land speech at Bedford, October 11th, 1913

David Lloyd George

Mr. Lloyd George"s great land speech at Bedford, October 11th, 1913

the shadow on the land.

by David Lloyd George

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Published by Daily News & Leader in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Catalogued from cover. Item not dated; date taken from title. On title-page, following title: The absorption of small farms by large estates, and the tenacity with which the wealthy landowner hugs the land has created an enormous difficulty ub tge establishment of small holdings.

The Physical Object
Pagination[1],2-16p. ;
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19413007M

David Lloyd George (), British Liberal politician, prime minister. speech, Nov. 11, , House of Commons, London. Hansard, col. on the day that the armistice was signed between the allied powers and Germany. The war that will end war had already been used as the title of a novel by H.G. Wells ().


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Mr. Lloyd George"s great land speech at Bedford, October 11th, 1913 by David Lloyd George Download PDF EPUB FB2

Bedford last Saturday. There seems to be a pretty general agreement that the reforms suggested, which were no doubt carefully settled by the Cabinet, did not give satisfaction to Mr.

Lloyd George's extreme supporters, but on the contrary have depressed them. Lloyd George began by the pre- posterous declaration that a landowner could devastate the.

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Lloyd George's Bedford speech has evoked many letters of The Spectator. protest and criticism. We may note two which appear in Monday's Times. Robinson, the well-known horticul- turist, vigorously upholds the English cottage against Mr.

Lloyd. Then "P.W.W." (Mr. Wilson) goes on to say: "The documents have also been laid befor the er and other statesmen. Be- fore he delivers his speech at Bedford,on October lIth, Mr. Lloyd George will visit the Prime Minister and dis. THE LAND CAMPAICN.

Lloyd George began the Land Campaign at Bedford on Oct. 11th. His Land Inquiry Committee issued its report on the 15th. Briefly, the report recom- mended a minimum wage for labourers to be fixed bv a wage tribunal, the develop- ment of small holdings with fair rents, j Rt.

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Tonight it is not to advocate a reform that I address a meeting in Hartford. I do not. Lloyd George on Saturday last, at a garden party The Spectator held under the auspices of the West Islington Liberal and Radical Association, replied to Lord Lansdowne's latest speech.

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