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3 April 1854: "At Basingstoke I got The Times, where I expected to find a very violent tirade against Henry Layard [Lady Charlotte"s cousin, an M.P.], but the article was very mild and weak. He made a very strong speech on Friday night on moving of the address to the Queen on the occasion of the war, and his remarks were in denunciation of Lord Aberdeen and Lord Clarendon. I think the speech told, and I feel he was right [...] Many think he was imprudent; but one may weigh every word and every expression till one becomes a nonentity like the greater part of the rest of the world."

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Notes
Lady Charlotte Guest took the name Schreiber on her second marriage, to Charles Schreiber, in 1855.

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http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/83922
Accessed on 2019/11/13 13:03:11

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Reading experience
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Evidence

3 April 1854: "At Basingstoke I got The Times, where I expected to find a very violent tirade against Henry Layard [Lady Charlotte"s cousin, an M.P.], but the article was very mild and weak. He made a very strong speech on Friday night on moving of the address to the Queen on the occasion of the war, and his remarks were in denunciation of Lord Aberdeen and Lord Clarendon. I think the speech told, and I feel he was right [...] Many think he was imprudent; but one may weigh every word and every expression till one becomes a nonentity like the greater part of the rest of the world."

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Lady Charlotte Guest took the name Schreiber on her second marriage, to Charles Schreiber, in 1855.

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http://eured.univ-lemans.fr/dbworkshop/index.php/Detail/objects/83922
Accessed on 2019/11/13 13:03:11

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Guest, Lady Charlotte
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