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Whig Report on the Results of the Registrations.—The Globe (Whig ministerial organ) of last evening says : The ..

... Whig Report on the Results of the Registrations.—The Globe (Whig ministerial organ) of last evening says : The returns of the registrations of parlian.entaiy voters are viewed with satisfaction by the heads of the Liberal party. The new lists are much ...

Whig Appointments.—A correspondent of the Morning Herald supplies the following list of recent Whig jobs: Mr. W ..

... Whig Appointments.—A correspondent of the Morning Herald supplies the following list of recent Whig jobs: Mr. W. R. Greg moved unwillingly from the Board Customs to the.cpmptrollership of stationery. Colonel Komilly, made commissioner of customs, being ...

MR. POPE HENNESSY ON THE WHIG GOVERNMENT

... Dwindled down to five millions. (Cries of Down with the Whigs ') Fortunately for us, that has been done already they are down—(cheers)—and we must keep them down. (Loud cheers.) Even ten years of Whig rule carries terrible lesson; let me remind you of its ...

PALMERSTON AND THE WHIG-RADICAL PARTY

... Liberals; and, but for fear of irreverence, we might assert that not even Heaven could say what will become of the Whigs. The hopes which both Whigs and Liberals some years ago might have entertained able and acceptable substitute have been lately scattered ...

Ir there is one department of State in which Whig rale displays itself in manner more diaoreditable than in any

... disgrace. That these evils of the service are the malt of Whig misrule is beyond question ; and il the face of that fact it rather amusing to find that whenever there is opportunity for tha Whigs to oome before the oountry, the first thing they always do ...

the Whig* before the Reform BfJL It was con- possible that appeal to the country after short period of popular

... did. It lay with the Whigs a longtime to rescue him from this position; and it must be clear to all impartial minds that on the reviewer's hypothesis was rather for the 3 to support Lord Derby than for Lord Derby to support the Whigs. The Conrervatives ...

WHIG v. CONSERVATIVE FINANCE

... WHIG v. CONSERVATIVE FINANCE. (From tiie Press.) Finance has always been a stumbbng-block in the path of the Whigs. Their desire ta obtain present popularity has involved the country in much unnecessary expense. Consequently their ascendancy since 1832 ...

time goes the public are beginning to find out what a safe and respectable Whig Cabinet means by its cry

... time goes the public are beginning to find out what a safe and respectable Whig Cabinet means by its cry of economy. For a little while not a few of the outer world were deluded by the persistency with which the cuckoo-cry of retrenchment was uttered ...

PROPORTION OF WHIG AND TORY PEERAGES

... PROPORTION OF WHIG AND TORY PEERAGES. The charge which has been made against the Conservative Governments of making an undue proportion of peers admits of a very decisive answer. Mr. Disraeli, Lord and Sir Robert Peel held power altogether for nine fears ...

Whig Jot.—Rumours a very unpleasant B«tnre are circulation as to the causes which have led to the retirement of Mr

... Whig Jot.—Rumours a very unpleasant B«tnre are circulation as to the causes which have led to the retirement of Mr. Leonard Edmunds from this office, and is not inquiry will made into the circumstances which have induced that gentleman -to retire in favour ...

C. H. S.-We have not the address. Acorn Inn (Huddeisfield.)—We should cJas3 him as Whig. Robert Stott (Rochdale ..

... C. H. S.-We have not the address. Acorn Inn (Huddeisfield.)—We should cJas3 him as Whig. Robert Stott (Rochdale).—Not since the occasion alluded to by our correspondent. A Manchester Man is in error about the placards he refers to. They were not issued ...

Whig Msanness.—Mr. Hennessy has elicited some humiliating admissions from the Cnder Secretary for Foreign ..

... Whig Msanness.—Mr. Hennessy has elicited some humiliating admissions from the Cnder Secretary for Foreign Affairs in the case of Lord Amberley. it appears that that young nobleman was travelling abroad for his own pleasure, and that he took two passages ...