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... grounds where Addison, Charles James Fox, Burke, Sheridan, Horner and Mackintosh, Rogers and Sydney Smith, Tutu Moore, and every Whig celebrity between the times of Fox and Lord Melbourne, walked and talked, may be cut up into squares and terraces. if true ...

Sudden Death of Lord Macaulay

... stated, that the care of the mother does most to form the character of the son, Bristol could claim e interest in the great Whig historian, whose career has just closed. Ills mother was Bristol born, and of Bristol parents: also was a sister of the late ...

Published: Wednesday 04 January 1860
Newspaper: Cheltenham Examiner
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2964 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

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... especially Lamented, was a clerk in the office of Mr. S. W. Knox, solicitor, and enjoyed the respect of all who knew him.—Norihers Whig. WRICK OF A LAT.OE A lIER!CAN SHIP IN CARDIGAN BAT:••••GALLAIIT LIFEBOAT Dec. 31.—1 have much pleasure in reporting the additional ...

Published: Saturday 07 January 1860
Newspaper: Stroud Journal
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 7613 | Page: 3, 4 | Tags: none

1 THE GREAT WESTMINSTER BELL CASE

... that an essayist of no ordinary brilliancy bad arisen to instruct and amuse the reading public. Ere long the leaders of the Whig party, in recognition of his intellectual superiority, appointed Lord, then Mr. Macaulay, a Commissioner of Bankruptcy; and ...

Published: Saturday 07 January 1860
Newspaper: Stroud Journal
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3341 | Page: 2, 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 ...

6.36 a.m., WM p.a., eal •.r pas

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

EL:toilie of Nauss

... success, and of that of a still greater man before him, Sir Robert Walpole; who kept the Hanover family on the throne and the Whigs in office for many years. ...

tie Court, Scc

... in 1826, his essay on Milton, in the L RYdew, draw upon him the attention of the entire reacting public. 'fbe leaders of the Whig party, in acknowledgment of his literary superiority, appointed Mr. Macaulay a Coin- I niasioner of Bankruptcy, and in 1830 ...

DEATH OF :Arm AUL XY. With his Iv. end greatest work left neSnis'led, to Mani, like a beckon column, a

... city of Edinburgh, and in the days of the second Peel Administration was conspicu among the statesmen who presided over the Whig Opposition, and advocated free-trade and liberal measure,. Having in his younger days produced several choice ballads, among ...

WILTS AND GLOrCESTERSHIRE STANDARD, SATURDAY, JANUARY

... especially lamented, was a dolt in the office of Mr. S. W. Knox, solicitor, and enjoyed the respect of all who knew him.--Northern Whig. Waxcu OF A LARGE AMERICAN SHIP IN CARDIGAN BAY.--GALLANT LIFEBOAT SERVICES.—BARIIOCTM, DEC. 31.—1 have much pleasure in reporting ...

Nothing brings on Nervous Debility, creature Old Age, and Aorta'•• Hunan Life more than Diaeases of the Chest. ..

... Mt. ISM Strw—l received week rend treat _l6Ol tram y at Sisk ester, alga was who well .Mr weenies your Trier ewe mewth, awl Whig owe Roe agar falls. Your Ase., Towns Ana ma. 11, lido. Dm i lehealeakt eeweet tiled I bele keen in Mem. law raw* Pat weer mai ...

Published: Saturday 07 January 1860
Newspaper: Gloucestershire Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 616 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

GENERAL INTELLIGENCE

... pensioners. It is suggested that a force of ' 30,000 of such men should be embodied. The late Lord Macaulay was the third great Whig statesman who had commenced a History of the Revolution of 1688, and had failed to finish his task. Mr. Fox and Sir James ...

Published: Saturday 07 January 1860
Newspaper: Gloucestershire Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1340 | Page: 2 | Tags: none