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Lord Randolph Henry Spencer-Churchill (13 February 1849 – 24 January 1895) was a British statesman. Churchill was a genuine Tory radical, who coined the term Tory Democracy. He inspired a generation of party managers, created the National Union of the Conservative Party, broke new ground in modern budgetary presentations, attracting admiration and criticism alike from across the political spectrum. His most acerbic critics resided in his own party among his closest friends; but his disloyalty to Lord Salisbury was the beginning of the end of what should have been a glittering career. His devoted son, Winston, who hardly knew his father in life, wrote a biography of him.
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His son Winston was 20 years oldIf the boys were not born prematurely, that would cast even greater doubt on a diagnosis of syphilisSince the initial and secondary manifestations of syphilis are highly contagious, DrThe son still dwelt very much in his father's shadow, both emotionally and in terms of the political career to which he already aspiredThis edition contains the full, unabridged text of the 1906 first edition with the added benefit of the author's new Foreword from the 1952 Odhams editionThis copy is in as new condition, the binding and contents pristine with no wear, defects, or previous ownership marksThe "Fourth Party"Book-Plate Label, generally affixed to the front pastedown, identifying a books ownerJames, Robert Rhodes (1986) When he first contemplated writing his father's biography Winston Churchill was a still an itinerant soldier and war correspondent who had yet to write his first bookLargely unopened, with just a little foxing to the uncut page edgesTwo volume set, first editions, 1906, hardcovers with gilt stamped maroon cloth boards, octavo, 564ppClaude Quetel sheds further light on Harris: He with whom [de Maupassant] became friendly in 1880, and who also had a one-track mind, tells of Maupassants sexual vigor and boasting; the strange thing is that he was prouder of his amorous exploits than of the stories he had written.8 Lord Randolphs nephew, Shane Leslie, and Shanes daughter Anita, both concluded that Harriss old hag story was incredible, and offered their own scenariosAuthority control WorldCat Identities VIAF: 100295727 LCCN: n82047209 ISNI: 0000 0000 8169 6580 GND: 119338068 SUDOC: 027739937 BNF: cb125298394 (data) BIBSYS: 90122278 NLA: 35648615 NKC: jn19990003863 He was now the recognised Conservative champion in the Lower Chamber, and when the second Salisbury administration was formed after the general election of 1886 he became Chancellor of the Exchequer and Leader of the House of CommonsThe following year, he experienced an episode of severe confusion, which suggests acute high blood pressureBookseller Inventory # 001203 More Information About This Seller Ask Bookseller a Question 30
His downfall is represented when he confronted Alexandra, Princess of Wales and demanded her to use her influence with the Prince to stop Lord Aylesford proceeding with a divorce from his wife, Lady Aylesford, after she had planned to elope with Lord Randolph's elder brother, the Marquess of BlandfordDestination, Rates & Speeds Item Description: Macmillan and Co Ltd, London, 1906Many commentators at the time and since have considered Eden unsuited for leadership of the party.Lord Randolph died in January 1895 at age 45 following the spectacular collapse of both his health and political careerThe main reason was actually that Winston himself wanted to remain in the Commons but by 1955, when his father resigned as Prime Minister, Randolph's political career was "already hopeless".The boards on both volumes show minor shelf scuffing, with light wear mostly confined to the corners and along hingesCovers rubbed, some splitting to the rear joint of volume 2Bibliographic reference: Cohen A17.1, Woods A8(a), Langworth p.69The work concentrates on Lord Randolph's career in Parliament after 1880Jennie: Lady Randolph Churchill(This is not the description of a primary syphilis chancre, but of herpes.) A doctor supposedly treated him with mercury and warned him off alcohol.7Jenningss story is questionable for several reasons^ although the enlisted ranks of the SAS were made up of picked men from elite regiments, many of the officers were appointed on the basis of social connections, e.g205Lord Randolph Churchillt.e.gEarly political careerAt times, issue refers to timing, such as the first issue being offered to the public at an earlier date than the second issueVG (Books- mild shelf rubbing to extremities 48a4f088c3