How Whigs job away India.—All our reverses in the East are traceable to Whig misgovernment. Who will deny that the

... How Whigs job away India.—All our reverses in the East are traceable to Whig misgovernment. Who will deny that the responsibility of the Affghan war, with its heavy disasters which first destroyed our prestige in the East, showing that England was not ...

Published: Thursday 17 June 1858
Newspaper: Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette
County: Wiltshire, England
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The Whigs.—Mr. Hume had reminded the House that for a hundred and fifty years the Whigs had been teaching them

... The Whigs.—Mr. Hume had reminded the House that for a hundred and fifty years the Whigs had been teaching them that the people were the source of all legitimate power: that was quite true (said Mr. H. Drummoad) ; but they meant according to the grace ...

Published: Thursday 07 March 1850
Newspaper: Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette
County: Wiltshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 6841 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

The Wages of the Whigs.—Abuse.—The Whigs may voLe wiMi the Radicals but must not attempt to control or ..

... The Wages of the Whigs.—Abuse.—The Whigs may voLe wiMi the Radicals but must not attempt to control or influence their policy. If they do they just catch a tartar; that's all. Locally this is a patent fact. It is, however, true generally. Just see how ...

Published: Tuesday 25 July 1871
Newspaper: Cheltenham Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2037 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE WHIG PRESS. the Editor of the Exeter and Plymouth Gazette. perusing and studying the Press of the ..

... THE WHIG PRESS. the Editor of the Exeter and Plymouth Gazette. perusing and studying the Press of the »w«fnric Whig party for the past three years, I can find than advocacy of Atheism, Republicanism, aud Revolution, coupled with apologies for war, ...

THE WHIGS

... THE WHIGS. At the meeting at Wadebridge Mr. Agar Robartes expounded, as in duty bound, his political principles to his prospective constituents of East Cornwall, rand expatiated warmly upon the virtues of the Whigs, ex- tolled the purity of their principles ...

Published: Wednesday 18 February 1880
Newspaper: Exeter Flying Post
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 10295 | Page: 4, 5 | Tags: News 

THE WHIG RADICALS

... Duke (c). There is a limit beyond which the Whig faction commonly shrinks to hazard its malpractice ; there a decency in which the craft of Whig selfishness would hide its guile. A rash disobedience to the Whig pandects of party lust has furnished record ...

Published: Saturday 31 December 1853
Newspaper: Exeter and Plymouth Gazette
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 1678 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

THE WHIGS

... had Well more from Whig than Tory n ...

Published: Thursday 19 July 1866
Newspaper: Bristol Times and Mirror
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 2117 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

THE WHIGS AND THEIR BOROUGHS

... THE WHIGS AND THEIR BOROUGHS. In case New Reform Bill should be really presented by the Whigs, it will be necessary to observe closely their treatment of their own boroughs. We do not wish at present to enumerate the boroughs which are directly under ...

Published: Tuesday 21 April 1857
Newspaper: Sherborne Mercury
County: Dorset, England
Type: Article | Words: 577 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

THE WHIGS AND THEIR BOROUGHS

... THE WHIGS AND THEIR BOROUGHS. In case a New Reform Bill should be really presented by the Whigs, it will be necessary to observe closely their treatmeut of their own boroughs. We do not wish at present to enumerate the boroughs which are directly under ...

WHAT IS A WHIG

... Liberal creed ? Yet Macaulay is sometimes held up as the typical Whig of the old school from whom your modern Radical is terribly degenerated. But be is a typical Whig only because he is dead. Whig as a political term has been dropping out of use of late ...

A WHIG ON REFORM

... is to say, Mr. °WISMAR is to show his hand to pacify the Whigs, and he is Dot to play his cards in order to please the Radicals. This is, in truth, a marvellous specimen of Whig wisdom and Whig cajolery. No more powerful argument, no more convincing ad ...

Published: Saturday 26 January 1884
Newspaper: Bristol Times and Mirror
County: Bristol, England
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