Lord Birkenhead: being an account of the life of F.E. Smith, first earl of Birkenhead

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Birkenhead, Frederick Edwin Smith, Earl of, 1872-
Statementby Ephesian [pseud.]
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LC ClassificationsDA566.9.B5 R6 1927
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Paginationix, 11-224 p.
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Open LibraryOL6702552M
LC Control Number27012411
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Smith, first earl of BirkenheadAuthor: C. Bechhofer Roberts. Frederick Edwin Smith, 1st Earl of Birkenhead, GCSI, PC, KC (12 July – 30 September ), known as F. Smith, was a British Conservative politician and barrister who attained high office in the early 20th century, in particular as Lord was a skilled orator, Lord Birkenhead: being an account of the life of F.E.

Smith for his staunch opposition to Irish nationalism, his wit, pugnacious views, and hard living and. The Life of F. Smith First Earl of Birkenhead () by Frederick Second Earl of Birkenhead, edition, Ch 9 Churchill has spent the best years of his life preparing impromptu remarks. Quoted in A Politician Must Watch His Wit by Clayton Fritchley in The New York Times Magazine (3 July ), p.

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Frederick Edwin Smith, 1st Earl of Birkenhead GCSI PC KC (12 July – 30 September ), best known to history as F. Smith, was a British Conservative statesman and lawyer who attained high office in the early 20th century, most notably Lord was a skilled orator, noted for his staunch opposition to Irish nationalism, his wit, pugnacious views, and.

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Smith: It is not for me, Your Honour, to attempt to fathom the inscrutable workings of Providence. Quoted in F.E.: The Life of F. Smith First Earl of Birkenhead () by Frederick Second Earl of Birkenhead, edition, Ch 9 Can anyone with the book confirm that the full quote is "Mr Smith, you must not direct the jury.

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Competitive shipping rates world-wide. At 46 Sir Frederick Smith became the First Baron Birkenhead and the youngest Lord Chancellor in modern times. F.E. could not resist this very desirable political plum, but he did sacrifice his chances of leading the Tories as prime minister, as well as his future earnings potential at the Bar.

Her brother [Lord Birkenhead] inwrote LADY ELEANOR SMITH, A Memoir. Eleanor Smith () led a life which reads as if it might have come from one of her own novels. Daughter of the First Earl of Birkenhead, she was an aristocrat who embraced the Lost Generation of the s.

And was proud that gypsy blood ran in her veins/5(2). BIRKENHEAD, FREDERICK EDWIN SMITH, 1st Viscount (– ⁠), Lord Chancellor of Great Britain, the son of a barrister, was born at Birkenhead July 12and was educated at the local school, whence he proceeded with a classical scholarship to Wadham College, Oxford.

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Smith, First Earl of Birkenhead John Campbell (Jonathan Cape £30) considering that he was the cleverest and most fascinating public man of his time, it is surprising that there should have been only three books about F.E. Smith since he died of drink, like his father before him, at the comparatively old age of 58 in (his father had been 43).

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Shelfmark BIR. Birkett, Norman, Baron Birkett. Frederick Edwin Smith, 1st Earl of Birkenhead, GCSI PC DL (12 July – 30 September ), known as F. Smith, was a British Conservative politician and barrister who attained high office in the early 20th century, in particular as Lord High Chancellor of Great Britain.

He was a skilled orator, noted for his staunch opposition to Irish nationalism, his wit, pugnacious views, and. Frederick Edwin, Earl of Birkenhead. The First Phase. By His Son, the Earl of Birkenhead. Foreword by the Rt. Hon.

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21s.) THE grandson of a man, who turned adrift for skating on Sunday, the son. of a man. who made his way from this bleak start to success at the Bar, helped also by some gipsy blood, F. Smith inherited. SMITH-FIRST EARL OF BIRKENHEAD. By JOHN CAMPBELL. [Jonathan Cape.

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xvi and pp.?] THIS vast and scholarly study emphatically displaces the creditable but inevitably limited biography written in the s (and later revised) by Lord Birkenhead's son.

It tells the story of a lawyer-politician once. Introduction. Acknowledgements. Theodore Roosevelt ‘The doctine of the strenuous life’ (). Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman ‘Methods of barbarism’ (). Keir Hardie ‘Socialism’ (). Joseph Chamberlain ‘I believe in a British Empire and I do not believe in a Little England’ ().

F.E. Smith (Lord Birkenhead) ‘I warn the Government’ () Author: Brian Macarthur. The third volume in the multi-volume biography of Winston S.

Churchill begins with a study of Churchill's ebullient mood on the eve of war in It contrasts his initiatives and achievements as First Lord of the Admiralty with the recurring setbacks of the first four months of war, leading to increasing public criticism/5. Health/lifespan. Smith, a former Lord Chancellor who became the Earl of Birkenhead inwas writing in a period when tuberculosis was a major killer in the UK and around the world.By Freda Ramsay, Being an Account of his Life in Islay and including the Diary of his trip to Canada in The Sailor Whom England Feared Being the Story of John Paul Jones, Scotch Naval Adventurer and Admiral in the American and Russian Fleets By M.

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