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15. Ibid, p.116.

16. Ibid, pp.148-151.

17. Allen, p.6.

18. Ibid, p.11.

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27. Matthew, 'Fallen women'.

28. Matthew, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, p.15.

29. Matthew, H.C.G. 'The Legacy of Gladstone,' in: Liberal Democrat History Group Newsletter Seven, June 1995, pp.1-4.

30. Matthew, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, p.10.

31. Ibid, p.14.

32. Ibid, p.30.

33. Ibid, p.32.

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37. Ibid, p.3.

38. Ibid, p.2.

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