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Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser

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 ...

OF THE HOUSE OF COMMONS

... Loral John Russell and Reform. In a little while the leadership of the Whigs was placed in Lad Johu Russell's hands, and a hard time of it lie had. The reaction came, and the Whigs were nap :pular ; Lord Stanley had forsaken them, Sir James Graham had ...

Eprromt Nvw4-tiounTA(AitnTs

... brother-in-law, Lord Howick, who, at that time, held the office of Scretary at War, resigned his appointment, and left the Whig ministry; and acting, we may presume, in accordance with the Wall arrangements, Sir Charles followed suit. It seems Lord Howick ...

• N • TowN TALK--OU'ITINES OF THE WEEK—FOREIGIONTEVERIE CF,, &a =_-

... the orders and before communicating them to the Central Government. Sir Charles Trevelyan is powerfolly connected with the Whigs ; but Lord Palmerston is never wanting in vigour, and the moment Sir Charles's revolutionary minute reached England he was ...

ifrelants

... lie professes to be a moderate Conservative. The other cansidates were Mr. Skiptou, moderate Whig, and Mr. Greer ultra Liberal, a Radical from the start. The Whig nowhere on the poll, and thenceforward it was a pliant race between Messrs. M'Curmick and Greer ...

DEATH OF LORD MACAULAY

... essay on Milton, in the EtlintairgA Review, drew upon hint the attention of the entice reading public. this leaders of the Whig patty, in acknowledgment of his literary superiority, appointed Mr. Macaulay a Cominissionler of aankruptev, and in 1830 he ...

T OWN TALK. 11% ORR !AVOW( (Our yin N Owed M a' .I.• n. 4 ~,,, Wires i,.r agge •

... the seemed port in the empire, was very important. The most important Whig oppoueut of the Ba (gat was Sir Francis Bering, who was, in son: cap icity or other, a member of every Whig Gave-rum:tut from 1830 to 1862. His sou, also, has been a Lord of the ...

[Price Three-Half-pence

... a change of ministers; Lord Derby gave way to Lord Palmerston, with a broad-bottomed following, fur it included, with old Whigs, the best remains of Peel and a few decided Radicals—Mae, 1, one Quaker, a professor of peace principles, not in the Cabinet ...

Tt 6SDAT Jwx. 28

... the north ageing the south, and attempting to govern the country by menus of patronage, upholding by these unfair means the Whig influence among the constituencies. Never ht d a grower insult ben offered to the magistracy of a tree country than the appoints ...

HIS CAREER

... resiguAtion of the Secretaryelrip at War by 11r. Canning, Lool Palmerston the vacttut place, and tilled it until IO2S. When the Whigs came into power, Lord Pahneratun became Secretary of State f.r Foreign Allairs, and represented South Hants, and ultimately ...

WZIMSDAT, Jr.N 6

... thrICAL COMNIISSION, &e., BILL. —On thr ordn o' the day for the second sel.!ing this bill. Mr. rail he etro objected to the bill Whig p.ocesaled with. Ili' 04jvct , ons might Le sentinel up in three worts—emir:libation. Coalpeasation, sad confiscation. Coder ...

jaarkets

... and imams In Wool, Cotton, Juto, sad Indigo of I. nom Grotseto in the tnarkets foe Bread-studt and Pnerisione, 'applies sot Whig so plaitifuL :MONEY MARKET. CITY, Dmc The fonds rem& and a Author °Wee amt. has taken piano. Tbe psrehrows hays been way to ...