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Manchester Courier and Lancashire General Advertiser

THE “GREAT LIBERAL PARTY”

... with the Liberals; and however Lord John Russell may change for the sake redressing himself in an empty popularity, the old Whigs of 1832 have nothing whatever in common with the democratic tendencies of modern Liberalism. Mr. Gladstone certainly not a ...

Mr. Bright and the Times are determined that the Government shall not forget that it is under an honourable ..

... asunder as the poles as to the particular bill that shall be brought forward, they are evidently quite determined that the Whig-Radical-Peelite Cabinet shall produce a measure of some kind, and that soon too. The Times of Wednesday very much mistaken ...

Are we really ggoing back to the days of rooi free-traders? We have barii.'v become familiar in- fa-jt a ..

... grace. Free trade constituted a very large proportion of his political capital for many years and, at last, being a member of a Whig-Peelite Government, he is obliged to half turn round upon the very principles that were the making of him. This is too cruel ...

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

... gave notice that on Tuesday next he should move that future elections for Wakefield and Gloucester should be taken by ballot. WHIG NON-INTERVENTION IN ITALY! Mr. STANBFIELD asked the Secretary of State for whetner were true or not that towards the end ot ...

THE COURIER

... dishonour. Not that the party itself is so much accused as Mr« Disraeli V and some of his former colleague's who, a local Whig contemporary, may; have distaste for a compact which promises them on whatever terms of precariousness and infamy, a ...

THE COURIER

... very rags. Sir Stafford Northcote has, in a very moderate speech, very severely handled the Budget, and Sir F. Baring, an ex-Whig Cnancellor of the Exchequer, spoke, and vote against, the Government. Mr. Horsfall, the Conservative member for Liver pool ...

THE REFORM BILLS OF 1859 AND 1860

... THE REFORM BILLS OF 1859 AND 1860. Conservative Reform Whig Reform Bill of Bill of 1859. 1860. disfranchisement. No disfranchisement. Uniformity of franchise in Reduction of borough franboroughs and counties at £10. chise from £10 to £6, and of county ...

IMPERIAL PARLIAMENT

... tbe altered state of circumstances, to direct attention of the house to view of the nature of its functions. Before the of Whigs and Tories were over used, there great disputes between the parties into which the state was then divided as to the nature ...

THE COURIER

... satisfied with this scheme, * it alters so little. We do not know why .?°jt servative party should be better pleased than the old Whig party of the Bedford, HOLL and Lansdow ne school. Indeed, Conservative more likely to have preferred a more liberal than this ...

Lord John and his Fancy Franchises. John Russell has repudiated fancy franchises, at .jj), bidding of Mr. ..

... repudiated fancy franchises, at .jj), bidding of Mr. Bright, though he had them in former?!* But every one must agree with the Whig organ, that' multitude of cases the man leas', qualified his own h yj tot the franchise is the householder, bis lodgers beit>£ ...

S o NDENCE, Cto^/? -~ v - mistake. voter for a borough have* county vote the same qualification. tt l~

... would bestir them to get up petitions so oUBly before the (the day fixed, I beUeve, for the fading of the budget), that the Whig government may, ' We that they must accept Disraeli's clause or lose half It is _ that the lodgers paying from Bs. a tt frequently ...

THE COURIER

... A local Whig contemporary, whose memory appears to be stored with a whole Newgate calendar of Madeline Smiths and James Pollens, writing, on Saturday in the happiest oblivion of what the late Mr. Hume used to call the piccadillies o' the Whig party, ...