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Published: Friday 26 July 1861
Newspaper: Course of the Exchange
County: London, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 2087 | Page: 1, 2 | Tags: none

really popular Viceroy. Unfortunately, Lord popular cry. What can landlords know of Carlisle has never ..

... its independence them no room to raise a note of triumph on and its power, has been very superficially the popularity of the Whig Viceroy. glanced at by those who, raised above With respect to His Excellency's departure its peculiar prejudices, are also ...

MOBIE ABOUT DERRYMACABH

... great meeting of Oranginuen in all their strength from all parts of Ireland, it would tell 'upon the Government. No Government— Whig or pseudo-Conservative—would dame to put them dowu. (Ap planes.) They might then domed that the Acts against them be repealed ...

AN UNWELCOME SUITOR

... voters in Coleraine, and an active and zealous agent could do much in the way of canvass in a day. It was a bold venture. That a Whig Solicitor-General should sock the representation of one of the most Protestant boroughs of the Protestant North, is certainly ...

THE Annual Publie meeting of the Down and Connor and Dromoro Church Education Society was held in the Music Hall,

... resources of the Society are increasing, whilst, as the natural result, its usefulness is extending. The policy of our statesmen, Whig and Tory, has been, and: kill is, te give clerical preferment to the adherents of the National System, no matter what their ...

Spirit of the Press• icourry LONGFORD ELECTION power out at interest :t.: kw more ruices in the Itotit: Lord ..

... paltry ad ceptendain bribes or favours. For this reason, chiefly, the electors of the sister comaby are disposed to reject Whig candidates, and to unite under one national party of determined resist' once to Lord Palmerston. (PROS TUB STANDARD.) Went ...

TUE PROTESTANT WATCIIMAN AND LURGAN GAZETTE, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1862

... Lincoln 1 -Grimsby Wakefield 1 1 . Total Conservative gains 18 Total Whig-Radical 8 Thus the Conservatives show a net gain of 11 seats. Of these 11 seats 9 were previously tilled by Whig-Radicals, and their having changed hands makes a difference of 18 on ...

CORRFAIYONDILICCIC

... e with them, and to state that he had been ordered by the Board to have the advertisement& inserted in the Haws-Lartza and WHIG only. SrPFLY OF COALS. The Clerk stated that there were only about four weeks' supply of coal in store, and advertisements ...

LURGAN MARKIST

... canker that lies at the root oldie Whig muse, and has reduced it to its present state—a mere hollow trunk with all the sap and pith oaten out of it—ia, that it has no domestic policy at all. Session after session the Whig programme becomes more scanty and ...

THE LAST RESORT. generally of one religion, and the poor of another ; and that a liberal and charitably ..

... £2OOO per annum. Mr. White is to step into his shoes. The whole thing is to be quietly and snugly arranged after the true Whig fashion, tf—and luckily there is always an if in these coutingencie-i—if the good people of Kid- (TO BE CONTINUED.) -- In 1838 ...

tent have the boldness to assert that a parent has the right to forbid his child access to God's word

... Feta e Preservation Act to be put in force, was presented to him. The reason is plain. It has ever been the policy of the Whigs to endeavour to secure the support of the Romish hierarchy in Ireland. Hence Protestant counties are often dealt with in a ...