115 a witty Frenchman onco said, i dol asked the difference between Whigs ilia Tot :—” The Whigs aro Tories

... 115 a witty Frenchman onco said, i dol asked the difference between Whigs ilia Tot :—” The Whigs aro Tories when and the Tories arc Whigs whin out, 'EA: only point on which they agree is which I ,„rty can gala tho support of the Pope's brass band, ...

THE NEW WHIG DODGE IN IRELAND. flan.—Yon have made the proper comment on the latest Whig dodge, and met the

... THE NEW WHIG DODGE IN IRELAND. flan.—Yon have made the proper comment on the latest Whig dodge, and met the suggesteaa in the proper spirit in your healthy remarks on the contemplated comp of the Liberals, whereby they hope to repair their character ant ...

THE SUPPORTEES OF THE WHIG CANDWATE

... THE SUPPORTEES OF THE WHIG CANDWATE. OUR town has been alive all Friday and Saturday with various reports of a scene that took Efface ou Thursday night in the Chamber of Commeree,arisiog out of the expected vacancy in the representation of our borough ...

FATHER CAHILL AND THE WHIGS

... are good men to be found among the Whigs sad lad also, good men among the Conservatives cad had oases too, and the same may be mid, of every clam and :creed that could be named, but I cannot understand why the Whig., or the Liberal party as they are eddied ...

Published: Thursday 17 February 1876
Newspaper: Ulster Examiner and Northern Star
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 304 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

CORRESPONDENCE. THE WHIG LIBIIAL ANTLHOME BULB POLITICAL WaVILT TO ran snare Or TWS DAILY Bia,—Yon of . sad ..

... lender, and guide of the Donevi' Place Whig (Liberal) Association , imagines that his groundless and malicious attacks on the faith and character of an entire people can, weltieien-like, be wiped out by a piebald Whig banquet, dished up in clerical indictmeut+ ...

Published: Saturday 28 December 1872
Newspaper: Ulster Examiner and Northern Star
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 520 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

WHIG DODO

... WHIG DODO Pte.—ln 3.3 r ramble journal of !sat week y.. have • me/ well-tided repo. of the latest d..1g3 of your Whig contemporary. the /memo. Perhaps cortymporary under the impremion that by the inlueuee whirl it will bring to bear on 'he 'armee of Ireland ...

Published: Thursday 11 August 1881
Newspaper: Ulster Examiner and Northern Star
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 1356 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

THE WHIG AND THE JULY TION&

... THE WHIG AND THE JULY TION& Drams my 'mean ezutesara.3 Tana is somethlag satisfactory la the saaemseserat Abet oar Radical sod Ultramosteas imatempoesries have ao fault ti lad with the ashbiratlea of the Twelfth of Joy. ilafertamitely for *ma there km ...

'MIK WHIG AND Tug LATE EDUCATION YEEI'iNO IN Eakir%

... 'MIK WHIG AND Tug LATE EDUCATION YEEI'iNO IN Eakir% Tam meeting of Cathli,s Lately held in St. Warts Itch an Err, of denominational *du :stir was of too signidowt a chem.-tor to be pared over Anileace by our so-called eon.sectariaa friends. la this matter ...

most determined prosecution and the severest punishment. This was Whig •' Justice to Ireland, and for this one ..

... most determined prosecution and the severest punishment. This was Whig •' Justice to Ireland, and for this one-sided administration of the law we have to thank Mr Justice Qlfagan, who was then Attorney General, and who, although he never failed to give ...

imagined that Mr. Freemaatle would have as Urge a majority as Mr. Disraeli mod to hay, The Whigs will eutlesmau•

... imagined that Mr. Freemaatle would have as Urge a majority as Mr. Disraeli mod to hay, The Whigs will eutlesmau• to make capital ou t the closeness of the contest as ev lame of reaction, but if that a all the proof they .4 advance to show that they are ...

Published: Saturday 23 September 1876
Newspaper: Ulster Examiner and Northern Star
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 360 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

Party of attacking the Wiairtry would throw them mto the arms of W Whigs, and thet he would net jots

... of attacking the Wiairtry would throw them mto the arms of W Whigs, and thet he would net jots la it. lie (Nr. Loudon) thought if the Whio came hack to Were was nothing to prerent the Whig* of the Horne Rule party objectint: to any atteck being made on ...

Published: Saturday 13 October 1877
Newspaper: Ulster Examiner and Northern Star
County: Antrim, Northern Ireland
Type: Article | Words: 272 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

a ibw frifidly 1.:,%% cr. So much for Whig ,We (=mot comprvhtud how Mr. Gladmion‘ ca‘havo the cour“gc to moct

... a ibw frifidly 1.:,%% cr. So much for Whig ,We (=mot comprvhtud how Mr. Gladmion‘ ca‘havo the cour“gc to moct the'reprcientAtivcs of the pcoplc hicc to face, or how he can assume, as ho invariably docs, the character of a philanthropist who is ever ready ...