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THE OLD WHIGS..*t>

... politics as has been caused by the fall of the Whigs. In 1866 it was calculated there were 300 Whigs in the House of Commons and 70 Radicals. Well now, as far as votes are a guide, there are 370 Radicals and no Whigs. Anyone who will compare the professions ...

Published: Wednesday 06 August 1884
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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THE WHIGS AND THB IRISH CRISIS

... THE WHIGS AND THB IRISH CRISIS. TO T3B BDITOB OF THK MOBXI3O POST 818, — It will be very interesting to th. country at this great crisis ia its history to see whether the old policy of the Whig party, th. policy of valiant talk unsupported by action, ...

Published: Friday 12 May 1882
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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COLCHESTER ELECTION. — WHIG.MEETING^ EXTRA ORDINARY

... COLCHESTER ELECTION. — WHIG MEETING^ EXTRA ORDINARY. COLCHESTER. Saturday Nih^ Ihis tawn has just witnessed on ■ of the most remarkable meetings ever assembled for a politicd pur. o-e. Whether fiom ihe want of previous notice of the ret rement of Sir ...

Published: Monday 04 February 1850
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2228 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

The secession of the great Whig Peers from the | r__._» of Mr. Gladstones supporters on the very j e-t

... The secession of the great Whig Peers from the | r__._» of Mr. Gladstones supporters on the very j e-t of the meeting of Parliament is a fact the i •__ii_cal importance of which dwarfs by comparison t-rec the results of the General Election. When T. _ad ...

Published: Tuesday 19 January 1886
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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TEE SHIP WHIG UTS COMPANY

... TEE SHIP WHIG UTS COMPANY. * The Master, Colonel A. Ti. Cook, and Wa'deos of the Si.i|iwiij;iits' Con. pany entertained the Lord Mayor and Sneiiffs and a distinguishetl gathering at a b.in.jiu-t last nigi.t in Merchant Taylors' Hall. The giie-ts included ...

Published: Wednesday 15 April 1891
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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Cave Hontiko IN FbbmaJsagh.— The Ennis- kiilen correspondent of the B-lfast Aortkern Whig writes to tbat ..

... Cave Hontiko IN FbbmaJsagh.— The Ennis- kiilen correspondent of the B-lfast Aortkern Whig writes to tbat journal: — Aich;e uogists interested in 'cave hunting ' will he pleased to hear of the remarkable dis- { coveries made by Mr. Thongs Piunkett ...

Published: Saturday 24 July 1875
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 633 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

WHIGS AND TORIES-PAST AND PRESENT

... any price. The Whig Premier is the spirited diplomatic asserter of British rights and of English principles. The Tories are sinking into a subserviency to foreign absolutism in its most odious shapes. The Whigs are becoming, in the old Whig sense) safe and ...

Published: Monday 13 April 1863
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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HISTORY' ENGLAND iv the EIGHTEENTH.CENTURY.*..— --»-— —

... another writer, as the I'lici-esa of Marlborough was the favourite, tha Whigs maintained their influence, but when Mrs. Mat-ham, the tool of the Tories, succeeded the ?? the Whigs fell. And truly enough, in the general election of 1710 the defeat of the ...

Published: Wednesday 27 February 1878
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3353 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

IRELAND. 11.-—■ ■*

... MKenna then pioceedcd t. prove that the Whigs ] had exorbitantly taxed Ireland and to justify his vote ' against the Russell-Gladstone Cabinet. He said-- J Let me now shortly state my case against the Whigs. ' These are the positions I take up -First ...

Published: Monday 24 September 1866
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 3750 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

REFORM

... an excen- tric Whig. The name is perhaps as convenient as another. He would not have called himself that, j but, as party names are nicknames, he accepts the j nickname. He would have called himself au old ) Whig, without the orthodox Whig belief in the ...

Published: Tuesday 09 January 1866
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 4776 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

GREAT CON SER VA TI YE DEMONS TRA TION.IN ESSEX

... contumely and contempt by a Whig Government, they can accomplish magnificent triumphs. (Cheers.) I endeavoured to ascer- tain from a supporter of the Whigs his opinion as to the causes which had brought destruction upon the Whigs, but he could not tell me ...

Published: Tuesday 20 July 1852
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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HOUSE OF COMMONS.— Thursday. The Speaker took the chair at four o'clock. The Lords' amendments on the Wakefield ..

... stated to him wint ha4 passed, and he thought he then asked, whether _ was any change of policy on the part of tlie ieaj. ing Whigs, and whether it was, or was not, lik t j. should they come into power, that they would introduce tha income tax into Ireland ...

Published: Friday 13 May 1853
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
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