Heseltine thinks there's something behind this correspondence," the Prime Minister said slowly.
There is another point," the Prime Minister continued.
The Prime Minister prides himself on doing without a chauffeur, but he can't do without a factotum and Jack-of-all-trades; and poor old Bunker has to play the part of a universal genius, which God knows he was never meant for.
The Prime Minister wants to have a talk, he tells me, and, all things considered, I think we'd better be dressing for dinner.
When the time came to make that dream true the Prime Minister took the proper steps, and in three days you might more easily have found a bubble in the trough of the long Atlantic seas, than Purun Dass among the roving, gathering, separating millions of India.
Prime Minister of no small State, a man accustomed to command, going out to save life.
But he worships strange gods," said the prime minister
Each member of the Cabinet was informed of it yesterday, but the pledge of secrecy which attends every Cabinet meeting was increased by the solemn warning which was given by the Prime Minister.
You will be relieved to hear that there will be no war, that the Right Honourable Trelawney Hope will suffer no setback in his brilliant career, that the indiscreet Sovereign will receive no punishment for his indiscretion, that the Prime Minister will have no Europe an complication to deal with, and that with a little tact and management upon our part nobody will be a penny the worse for what might have been a very ugly incident.
You will go and write your letter to the Prime Minister now, won't you?
If the country doesn't go to the dogs or the Radicals, we shall have you Prime Minister, some day.
He had to smile at that; but in extenuation of his act he assured me that it was quite customary for prime ministers
to give their personal attention to the building of imperial navies; "and this," he said, "is the imperial navy of his Serene Highness, David I, Emperor of the Federated Kingdoms of Pellucidar.