It would have been highly inconvenient to him to part with Ladislaw at that time, when a dissolution might happen any day, and electors were to be convinced of the course by which the interests of the country would be best served.
No gossip about Mr. Casaubon’s will had yet reached Ladislaw: the air seemed to be filled with the dissolution of Parliament and the coming election, as the old wakes and fairs were filled with the rival clatter of itinerant shows; and more private noises were taken little notice of.
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No one is getting what they want out of the caste dissolution, and they think we don’t care."
Kiera Cass -- The Heir
There seemed a purpose to its dissolution, as if it were directing them somehow….