4 Famous Quotes by Richard Cobden
6/3/1804 - 4/2/1865
The people of the two nations [French and English] must be
brought into mutual dependence by the supply of each other's
wants. There is no other way of counteracting the antagonism of
language and race. It is God's own method of producing an
entente cordiale, and no other plan is worth a farthing.
Quotes, by Richard Cobden , Source: Letter to M. Michel Chevalier, Sep., 1859
I believe it has been said that one copy of the "Times" contains
more useful information than the whole of the historical works of
Quotes, by Richard Cobden , Source: in a speech at the Manchester Athenaeum, Dec. 27, 1850
The progress of freedom depends more upon the maintenance of peace, the spread of commerce, and the diffusion of education, than upon the labors of cabinets and foreign offices.
Quotes, by Richard Cobden