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... I LLUSTRATIONS OF GLOUCESTER- Whig • harks of Thirty Views and Upwards oa Not• Paper, anclused In an Ornamental Packet. Prlca To Pm had at the Journal Unice, U.lldlnp, and of all Booksellers. ...

bequeathed to him the bulk of his immense wealth. In politics Lord Londeshorough was a stabeh supporter of the Whig

... bequeathed to him the bulk of his immense wealth. In politics Lord Londeshorough was a stabeh supporter of the Whig party. He is succeeded in his title and extensive landed property by his eldest son by his first marriage, the Hon. William Henry Forester ...

Published: Saturday 21 January 1860
Newspaper: Stroud Journal
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1689 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

MIME 14P1. milir.—Then a very smell supply of wheat this morning front Kent and the condition of Olt bilk Whig

... MIME 14P1. milir.—Then a very smell supply of wheat this morning front Kent and the condition of Olt bilk Whig iery bad. The few pariah, of dry on band brought fully former rates, bat those that were damp tonally remained The foreign billif.ol/ was et ...

MODERN STATESMEN;

... middle age, that be became M.P. for his native town. Mr. Baines, senior, was Whig, for the abolished the Test and o Pidasi°a Acts, the Whigs made Leeds a borough, the Whigs made Mr. Raines an M.P., and the present M.P. for Leads swill retains that venerate ...

THE TEWKESBURY REGISTER

... man Friday—as the Whigs bad irreverently nicknamed Sir Cherie!. The relationship of the latter to the Whigs wan shortly to become more agreeable. Lord Howick went up to the House of Lords, in the room of his father, deceased. The Whig* were out of office ...

THE CHELTENHAM RADICALS

... particular since their formation ? And if are to judge them by appearances, they liavc assisted the Whigs to betray the cause the third time. They are Whigs, and Whiggery is synonymous with treachery. But tho Red-hot Radicals do not shell out to please vour ...

Published: Saturday 30 June 1860
Newspaper: Cheltenham Mercury
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 469 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

MI THZ INEHMIG WEZI

... the halfhearted Whig support of that popular question, and the popular triumph in defiance of all difficulties. These struggles are to many as occurrences of the other day : to others they are matters of history. Macaulay is a young Whig to the former, ...

Published: Saturday 14 January 1860
Newspaper: Stroud Journal
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2629 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE LEEDS PCP

... middle age, that he became M.P. for Lis native town. Hr. Baines, senior, was a Whig, for the Wbigs abolished the Test and pension Acts, the Whigs made Leeds a borough, the Whigs made Mr. Baines an IJ.P., and the present H.P. for Leeds still retains that ...

GLOUCESTERSHIRE CHRONICLE, APRIL 7, 18g0

... have permitted others to point out its weaknesses, and to rail against its omissions. Night after night Whig and Radical have pressed against it; the Whig, frightened at an inundation of low-class voters, and trembling for the fate of the monarchy, analyses ...

Published: Saturday 07 April 1860
Newspaper: Gloucestershire Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 7221 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none

THE NEW EEFOXiM BILL

... thfl Peelites and the Stafford-house Whigs consented to vote for this resolution. Ministers were beaten, and forthwith dissolved Parliament; they failed to got a majority in their own House Commons, and so the Whigs and Peebles came in, leaving their Radical ...

Published: Saturday 10 March 1860
Newspaper: Cheltenham Mercury
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2736 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

TILE TEWKESBURY REGINTER, MODERN STATESMEN;

... REGINTER, MODERN STATESMEN; ore, SKETCHES FROM THE STRANGERS' GALLERY OF THE HOUSE OF OOMMONS. EDWARD BAINES. LORD IiOLLAND was a Whig nobleman, and we dare ay gave, on appropriate °cessions, the Liberty of the Press. Tom Moore was a gentleman of the press, ...