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  • I am more strongly than ever in favour of a Welsh National Party as I believe without hesitation that through it, and through it alone, Wales can ensure the fullest measure of Home-Rule: I also see in it - after imbuing the population with the National spirit - an excellent means of fighting for full Independence.

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  • I am more strongly than ever in favour of a Welsh National Party as I believe without hesitation that through it, and through it alone, Wales can ensure the fullest measure of Home-Rule: I also see in it -after imbuing the population with the National spirit- an excellent means of fighting for full Independence.

    The Shadow Of Saunders Lewis (Part 1)

  • SQUIRE of MALWOOD, asked by Prince ARTHUR what he now thought of prospects of reading Home-Rule Bill Second

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 104, March 25, 1893

  • Now, at a historic turning in British Institutions, we hear of “Federal Home-Rule,” and that may be a signpost to far travel along the road which Sir George Grey “blazed.”

    The Romance of a Pro-Consul

  • Shorter hours is the first thing, then a tax on landlords, then abolition of the House of Lords and the Monarchy, then more Home-Rule and more

    British Socialism An Examination of Its Doctrines, Policy, Aims and Practical Proposals

  • British Institutions, we hear of "Federal Home-Rule," and that may be a signpost to far travel along the road which Sir George Grey "blazed."

    The Romance of a Pro-Consul Being The Personal Life And Memoirs Of The Right Hon. Sir George Grey, K.C.B.

  • Home-Rule fairy-tales among the villagers: and finding the Sahib very ill, had stayed on to help.

    Far to Seek A Romance of England and India

  • But as soon as he began to talk, the old fire flamed up, and he discoursed eloquently about Irish Home-Rule, the divorce question, (one of his hobbies), and the dangers that threatened America from plutocracy and laxity of wedlock, and the facilities of divorce that sap the sanctities of domestic life.

    Recollections of a Long Life

  • But when I speak of Scott as a Home-Ruler, I should add that had not Scotland been for generations governed to a great extent, and, as he thought successfully, by Home-Rule, he was far too good a Conservative to have apologized for it at all.

    Sir Walter Scott

  • It illumined with something of saintly halo the depressed figure of Dr. BARTON, who, again breaking his vow of silence, confessed that yesterday he had been enrolled as Member of an Organisation in Ulster sworn to resist Home-Rule.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 104, April 15, 1893

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