“I believe that the Mildmays, FitzHowards, and Pallisers have for some centuries brought up their children to regard the well-being of their country as their highest personal interest, and that such teaching has been generally efficacious. Of course, there have been failures. Every child won't learn its lesson however well it may be taught. But the school in which good training is most practised will, as a rule, turn out the best scholars.
In this way I believe in families. You have come in for some of the teaching, and I expect to see you a scholar yet."
The House met on the following day, and the Address was moved and seconded; but there was no debate.”