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Home Browse Books Book details, The Parliament of France. The Parliament of France. By D. W. S. Lidderdale. Mr. Lidderdale's work, which, when read by the friends of France in England, cannot but exercise a favourable influence on Franco-British understanding, has the great merit of laying stress on French parliamentary tradition. The psychology and the habits of the French deputy are indeed as important as rules of procedure, however necessary the latter may be.
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Charles Sillem Lidderdale (September 28, 1830, S. etersburg - June 7, 1895, London) was a British artist whose work often focused on portraits of young women in outdoor settings. Lidderdale exhibited 36 paintings at the Royal Academy between 1856 and 1893. com (Genealogy site). Demy 8vo. This is by far the best book on the French Government that has appeared
The parliament of france. Foreword by Edouard Harriot. This is by far the best book on the French Government that has appeared, either in French or in English, for a long time. Procedural details do. not naturally lend themselves to interesting treatment. has so completely mastered them, and describes them with such limpid. clarity and with so profound an understanding of their historical roots, that.
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William Lidderdale PC (16 July 1832 – 26 June 1902) was a British merchant, and governor of the Bank of England between 1889 and 1892
William Lidderdale PC (16 July 1832 – 26 June 1902) was a British merchant, and governor of the Bank of England between 1889 and 1892. Lidderdale was born to British parents at the British Chaplaincy in Saint Petersburg, Russia, and was educated at Birkenhead in Cheshire. After working for the Russian merchants Heath and Co, he joined the Liverpool merchant house of Rathbone Brothers, working in their New York City office from 1857 to 1863
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