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LITERARY EXTRACTS

... who express the -political opinion of the i country, we find it subdivided :aain and again., There r are the Whigs of the old school, and the Whigs of the new; r; ?? who look back to the good old past, and the d Conservatives who look forward to the better ...

LITERARY EXTRACTS*

... whenever I have seen the experiment tried, the operator was always tired before the toad.- Archbiskop ?? Conmmon Place Book. WHIGS AND TouRse.-I have come to the discovery that I am a divine-right Tory. That name, at least, is often applied, and I can't ...

A STRANGE STORY

... means to have the children of the man who lost his life in their service put in some way of earning an honest ?? Whig. On Saturday the Whig published the following: -We are now informed, on authority which admits no question, that the tale of the two ...

PRESTON EXHIBITION

... in the politi- cal literature of the district may trace, after the cause of the Stuarts was hopelessly lost, the names of Whigs or Hanoverians admitted to the honoureiL The offices were tolerably numerous, and most of themxiwere such as were appointed ...

DISRAELI'S PARTY

... party- (And they were not slow to learn), There never yet was principle But irsido out 'twoald turn: Tilat what Ia a lie in Whig months, In Tory ouiths is true; And household suffrage always Was a genuine Tory viow. Disraeli led his party, Two seovoral ...

TABLE TALK

... In the whole community, has baen, and is at the present moment, Mr. S. R. Graves, the Mayor. All classes of politicians, Whigs, Tories, and Radicals—the ladies, too, that section of society which rules all classes—are unanimous in sounding the praises ...

POETRY

... WE SHOULD LIKE EXCESSIVELY TO SnE.- The Ghost of Crinoline. TOUCHUNG THE RUSSELL REsxGNATIOx.-We knew it was all nonsense. A Whig is like the old French Guard -he dies, but never surrenders. A BOAST WORTHY or JouHT BULL.-A new pavement has been laid down ...

LITERARY EXTRACTS

... LITERARY EXTRACTS. - ?? ~ .- - - - NERvOUSnESs.-A distinguished member of the Whig party, now no more, and who was himself one of the most sensitive of men and one of the most attractive of orators, told me that once, in the House of Commons, he had crossed ...

Literary Extracts

... shorter in sta- fro ture, and less gifted in personal gifts and graces than his bli comely son, complained to a friend, a whig peer, who had sh also a son at Cambridge, of the very considerable expen- oh ditur of his heir. Biut, Sir James, rejoined ...

Pickings from Punch

... at school: Declare, with confidence immense, That he and his alone have sense, And that the will of Providence Is that the Whigs should rule. And let one ill-meant taunt be flung, No matter whose the hostile tongue, Whether from Stanley's cynic lips The ...

POETRY

... Pouh piee seperehced on mkulls not quite patrician; The sate enseles '5 radiant with a glory Farors but in freedom's Isle of Whig and Tory I The meSe, with deep reluctance, must omit Theo laic rivalry of fruits and flowers, and route and cabbages that might ...