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Thomas Babington Macaulay
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Engrave this Quote If any person had told the Parliament which met in terror and perplexity after the crash of 1720 that in 1830 the wealth of England would surpass all their wildest dreams, that the annual revenue would equal the principal of that debt which they considered an intolerable burden, that for one man of
-Thomas Babington Macaulay, "Edinburgh Review", 1830 Tell a Friend


 


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