English government

1,861 examples (0.03 sec)
  • It never became necessary for the English government to keep up a great standing army. Cited from American Political Ideas, by John Fiske
  • It was as completely under the control of the English Government as before. Cited from The Framework of Home Rule, by Erskine Childers
  • He called upon the English Government to fit out men for this purpose. Cited from The Story of Manhattan, by Charles Hemstreet
  • In a word, English government, society and literature have all become more democratic. Cited from Outlines of English Literature, by William J. Long
  • The real executive head in the English government is the prime minister. Cited from Community Civics and Rural Life, by Arthur W. Dunn
  • The new English government showed little interest in public schools.
  • What effect did they have on the English government? Cited from Brief History of the United States, by Barnes & Co
  • What changes had taken place in the English government? Cited from School History of North Carolina, by John W. Moore
  • Scottish matters were giving a good deal of trouble to the English government. Cited from With Marlborough to Malplaquet, by Herbert Strang and Richard Stead
  • Records show that his absence abroad had been noted by the English government.
  • The present English Government will last, at the most, another two years. Cited from Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • Is it true that the English government is calling on women to do work abandoned by men? Cited from Are Women People?, by Alice Duer Miller
  • What did the English Government know of this from their regular agents? Cited from Pickle the Spy, by Andrew Lang
  • The cost to the English government really was fifty thousand pounds in five months. Cited from History of England, James II V. 5, Macaulay
  • William took over an English government that was more complex than the Norman system.
  • After three years, he was sold to the English Government for two thousand pounds.
  • The policy of the English Government in this respect was a wise one. Cited from The Continental Monthly, Vol. IV, Oct, 1863, Number IV, by Various
  • The condition of Germany much interested the English government and people. Cited from History of England in Three Volumes, Vol. III, by E. Farr & E. H. Nolan
  • In answer to this the English Government sent him back. Cited from Memoirs of Napoleon, V8, by Bourrienne
  • Thus the war served to make the Commons a power in the English government. Cited from A General History, by P. V. N. Myers
  • Next »