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Exeter, Devon, England

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... highly. At present Mr. Bright and his friends ore supporting Lord Paluocrotol, not because they love the Whigs, but beustuse they lsate the Whigs less than they hate the Tories. They know the WVhigs oire squecezable. Thei know they love office fil nieore ...

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... unrelenting severity the vagaries and blunders of the Foreigns Secretary- the 'little itiatalsnudiag on the shouldere of the Whig aristocracy l-a iS believed by Liberals to be a great statesouain' the 'tan l hose reputatioi Mr. Disraeli once said was ...

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... Lord-Lieutenapt. Tue 'osame game wha played In' Isis father's favour, The Whigs wanst to make the Lord-Lioutenaucy of Devonshire hergditai-y on~ tl a~ Fortesone family. 'A real Whig move.. Lord Ebrington is a claverislhman witht plidlauth~opicl instincts ...

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... thit history is the remarkable simi. larity of oircmetsmsances between the commencement and the close of Ibis periosd. The Whigs Caere its oftite Its the year 1842 jttst as they are ino 1862. Pasties in the Honses of Commons waet so nearly balanced ttsot ...

LITERATURE

... d Tory. Hoe an Crocker ran in couples as Secretory to the Admiralty and Secretary at War. They wrote together against the Whigs in the Neis ?? Guide. His separation from the Tories arose from personal pique against the Duke of Welhngtion in reference ...

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... comprehensiveness the Taxation of Ireland. He has described from a personal experience of many years the general course of Whig mal-administrmtion of Irish affairs; and in this pamphlet he tells with point and terseness, some times with eloquence, truths ...

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... hoist with their own petare, than thel Bill was shelved. Reform was not only abandoned, but treated with contempt by the Whig occupants of the Treasury Bench; and the Minister who had once shed tears when forced by his colleagues to postpone his Bill ...

POETRY

... Freodom brostdeoiing slowly dsins In a land of just altd old renowan, Of is settled Fa'ith and a stable Crown: For Tory or Whig or Rlalloial we, Gililstotiiie, Miighlite, whaeltever ire le, We ars all of tin thoroughly loyal, you see, Garibaldi! ...

THE PARLIAMENT OF SALISBURY PLAIN

... your projects pursue, And this noble Idea keep ever inview; Let but Nambers and Noise the ascendancy gain, And then both ~Whigs and Tories, on Sailsbury Plain, Will lie Down, down,-all of you down! lllackwood . ...

LITERATURE

... Peudulum swing, and the world run awayl, A Last Word on Lord Macaulay follows, and the intellectual ohaca oar qf thi great Whig historian is thus sententiously described-'e had great natural powers, no doubt; his memory was prodigious -and exact; his ...

LITERATURE

... which wao awarded by the geneval voice of the public. But we are afrain the palmn das of BlaCicood are gone where the old Whigs and the spinning wheels ore going. Sometimes it does give us again a gleam of that talent which once made it so famons. But ...

LITERATURE

... him. But what then? Xis be ta he Lord Palnoeraton's successor? TWe should think not. N7o Tory will' support him; not ohie old Whig feniywilfolw i. The Bouse of Ciommons, if at all constituted as it now. is, would not tolerate his want of! temper for a day ...