The Bank, it might be supposed, had not produced the Late Crisis; but he contended that it was art and part in the whole.
He could not refrain from expressing on this occasion, the great gratitude which the country owed to the Bank of England, for the manner in which they had come forward on the Late Crisis.
of the Scotch banks during the Late Crisis.
and that bank, he was sorry to say, had stopped payment during the Late Crisis.
The Paragraph ran thus—'It may not be publicly known, that during the Late Crisis, one person, and that one of high station and rank, was ready to set a patriotic example in resisting a Government opposed to the just rights of the people.
He did not want to enter into any vindication of the conduct of the Bank of England but, as a commercial man, he had particular opportunities of knowing that during the Late Crisis the commercial interests of the country were materially indebted to the Bank, and the public inconvenience would have been materially aggravated but for the conduct of the Directors of the Bank of England on that occasion.
The gentry of Ireland had exerted themselves in the Late Crisis with unexampled energy.
And he also omitted to state, that had the Bank of England, during the Late Crisis, been empowered to make use of the gold in their coffers, they could have materially lessened, if not wholly averted, the panic which had been so destructive to the commercial world.
He acknowledged the debt of gratitude owing by Ireland to this country during the Late Crisis; but the blame of mismanagement and the want of good effects rested, not on the people or gentry of Ireland, but upon Her Majesty's Government.
But, in the Late Crisis, what a lamentable state of things was presented to them; neither the hon. Member for Montrose, nor one of his party, had been mentioned.
He (Mr. Oswald) was a landed proprietor; and if they in Scotland had got over the Late Crisis, the greatness of which all must admit, he did not see why the gentlemen of England should not do so too.
If such an occasion should arise, I am convinced, however distant it may be, however the nation in the interval may have devoted itself to the arts and pursuits of peace, the same warlike and manly spirit which was brought out by the Late Crisis, will be found still living in the breast of England.
It was said by some that the lesson which had been taught by the Late Crisis would prevent similar evils in future, but similar lessons had been taught before 1857–58, and they had proved unavailing.
He could not understand why the Western Bank should be singled out for condemnation while so many banks and large houses which had failed in the Late Crisis were allowed to escape.
He could not see upon what grounds it could be proposed to lose all the benefits of the knowledge, the experience, and the administrative abilities of the present Court of Directors, who had so well managed their affairs during the Late Crisis.
He believed that, if the local army in India had not existed during the Late Crisis, no human power would have preserved our dominion there.
It was from this source that we manned three frigates at the Late Crisis, and there are nearly four frigates' ships' companies ready to put on board to-morrow.
Besides, when France went to war again, it would be rather towards the East, and not towards the West; in addition to which, there was so much kindly feeling cherished towards us for our sympathy and relief during the Late Crisis that England would be the last country they 1340 would think of attacking.
In addition to this circumstance, great consideration must always be due to the complaints of hon. Members from Ulster, that portion of Ireland which had always been attached to the English connection, and where law and order had not been endangered during the Late Crisis.
Ireland had passed through a great Crisis of Late.
After the Franco-German war the French Institute had a most interesting discussion upon the question, "Why did Our Late Crisis produce no great people in this country"?
He thanked the right hon. Gentleman on behalf of the labourers of the Deptford Victualling Yard for the reference he made to the work they had performed during the Late Crisis.
I hope we shall be able to evolve some scheme which will prevent in the future our having to pay, what I admit we had to pay during the Late Crisis, panic prices for horses.
He ventured to think that the Militia had done a great service in the Late Crisis.
The Late Crisis is now a thing of the past.
and whether bridging sections were ordered for or were actually on the way to Ulster during the Late Crisis?
As the Late Crisis came to a head things in the zone looked black.
Is my right hon. Friend not aware that many commodities were withheld from coming into this country in the Late Crisis owing to the impossibility of insuring those commodities when they were landed here?
Those medical men who had had experience of the Late Crisis, as well as those who had previously thought over the matter theoretically, were almost unanimously of opinion that first-aid posts would be perfectly useless without a medical officer.
It is an equal exaggeration to say that "as the Late Crisis came to a head things in the zone looked black".
A Financial Times survey of consumer confidence published yesterday shows consumer confidence at its lowest level since the Crisis of Late 1976.
Mr. Spellar: The joint Anglo/French amphibious operation to occupy the Suez Canal Zone, designated Operation Musketeer, which took place during the Crisis of Late 1956, was recognised by the institution of the General Service Medal with clasp Near East.
Their presence significantly contributed to the prison overcrowding Crisis of Late 2006".
Let us be fair: the Government initially did what was right and necessary to save the banks in the Crisis in Late 2007 and to stop our economy from collapse.
Left to its own devices, without proper regulatory oversight, RBs got away with some of the most shocking decisions taken by any bank in the years and months leading to the Crisis in Late 2008.