Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster under the Whig Governments. He was a contemporary of Macaulay at Cambridge ..

... Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster under the Whig Governments. He was a contemporary of Macaulay at Cambridge, and took a respectable degree, but owed his position rather to his lather’s reputation, as founder of the Mercury, than ids political talents ...

Published: Wednesday 01 February 1860
Newspaper: Frome Times
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 722 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

The Western Flying Post. The Whigs have doubtless done great deal of in their days of power and influence. We

... The Western Flying Post. The Whigs have doubtless done great deal of in their days of power and influence. We have at present in operation an Act of Parliament of theirs which created the Divorce Court, the proceedings in which, from their daily publication ...

Published: Tuesday 03 January 1860
Newspaper: Sherborne Mercury
County: Dorset, England
Type: Article | Words: 1202 | Page: 4, 5 | Tags: none

I LLUSTRATIONS OF GLOUCESTER- Whig • harks of Thirty Views and Upwards oa Not• Paper, anclused In an Ornamental ..

... 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. ...

Anotiibr Whig Job —Sir Charles Scully has recently been sent out to assist Mr. Wilson, Chancellor of the for India,

... Anotiibr Whig Job —Sir Charles Scully has recently been sent out to assist Mr. Wilson, Chancellor of the for India, be was pleased to call himself, with a saUry of £7000 per annum.— Plymouth M - l M™l of tub Great Eastern.— Abe Great Eastern arrived ...

Published: Tuesday 04 September 1860
Newspaper: Sherborne Mercury
County: Dorset, England
Type: Article | Words: 136 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

I A monster prayer meeting has been held in the Botanic Gardens, Belfast. The Northers Daily Whig estimates ..

... I A monster prayer meeting has been held in the Botanic Gardens, Belfast. The Northers Daily Whig estimates that 20,000 persons were present. The total expense of maintenance from the foundation of the British Museum in 1738 to March 31, 186 0 , has been ...

Published: Friday 06 July 1860
Newspaper: Bristol Daily Post
County: Bristol, England
Type: Article | Words: 1262 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

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 ...

DEVONPORT—THE FERRAND TESTIMONIAL

... party. But he had said sufficient to give the hint that the Whigs in- tend to shelve it (laughter). Mr. Massey, the vice-chairman of the House of Commons, and a whig holding office nnder the Whig Government, had opposed it in the House. Let them mark his ...

Published: Friday 20 April 1860
Newspaper: Royal Cornwall Gazette
County: Cornwall, England
Type: Article | Words: 3820 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

TBTJBO,

... ; and Ministers, betray their consciousness of this by the concealment they maintain. THE HISTORY OF A WHIG. The fundamental principle of the Whigs, that the Empire ia the rightful inheritance of a confederated clique of powerful families.who alone of ...

Published: Friday 10 February 1860
Newspaper: Royal Cornwall Gazette
County: Cornwall, England
Type: Article | Words: 2430 | Page: 4, 5 | Tags: none

TOUQUAY

... their parly. Hut had said sufficient to give the hint that the Whigs intended to shelve it. (Laughter.) Mr. Massey, the Vice Chairman the House Commons and Whig, ho'ding office under the Whig government, had opposed it the house. Let them mark his words; ...

Published: Thursday 26 April 1860
Newspaper: Dorset County Chronicle
County: Dorset, England
Type: Article | Words: 1460 | Page: 9 | Tags: none

IOUgUAY

... unworthy their party. Rut had said sufficient to give the hint that the Whigs intended shelve it. (Laughter.) Mr. Massey, the Vice Chairman the House of Commons and Whig, office under the Whig government, had opposed it in the house. Let then* mark his words; ...

Published: Thursday 26 April 1860
Newspaper: Dorset County Chronicle
County: Dorset, England
Type: Article | Words: 1491 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

LITEEATU BE

... vice, without one personal or royal claim to praise or forbearaur-e. In this course he is only echoing the slander which the Whigs have incessantly proclaimed through all their organs for fifty years past, and it is not surprising that it should have received ...

Published: Friday 19 October 1860
Newspaper: Royal Cornwall Gazette
County: Cornwall, England
Type: Article | Words: 2075 | Page: 6 | Tags: none