Twenty years ago the House was still struggling with the necessity of recognising a Mr. Campbell-Bannerman.
Campbell-Bannerman took all these performances with serene good humor.
Thus for the first time it became known to the public that Campbell-Bannerman was already a power in political life.
Campbell-Bannerman, however, took a very different view of the event.
Campbell-Bannerman went boldly and steadfastly on, never faltering in the least.
Crean being on crest of advancing wave found his face, by what Campbell-Bannerman would describe as a "regrettable accident."
Harcourt therefore ceased to hold that position; and now came for the first time the opportunity for Campbell-Bannerman.
It was under these circumstances that I had an interview of any length with Campbell-Bannerman for the last time.
Thus assured, Campbell-Bannerman made admirable defence of a position held in advance to be shaky.
I daresay you have observed how stout Campbell-Bannerman looks of late.