evening paper, literally devoted to the old Whig party, announces that there is just now a in politics —we

... evening paper, literally devoted to the old Whig party, announces that there is just now a in politics —we quote our contemporary's emphasis as well as his words. After the debates Mr. Bainks's Franchise Bill, we find no difficulty in giving credit ...

NEWS OF THE DAY

... looked at from the Whig point of view, on the eve of a general election Having long since abandoned all political faith, they .seek to riile into Parliament upon the political traditions their opponents They tell people that Whigs and Tories are alike ...

Court iMWm. in the cjm certain indiridiula, and eren of certain communities, wfaoae mental eonetiiution i* the ..

... Liberal” as it is now accustomed toheusadbylhe Whigs, is aa readily adopted by (be OonsenratiToe, and with, in many cases, quite as much propriety. In fact, for a long time the term Liberal, like the term Whig, has been employed only as a convenient pretext ...

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE

... many friends of progress, and cause a loss of several seats to the Liberal party. The Whigs will have uneasy time of the hustings next July, ami when a trimming Whig opposed a hearty and sincere Reformer, it is neit doubted which side the sympathies of ...

MR. BRIGHT ON PARLIAMENTARY REFORM

... condition of parties in one brief expression—while Whigs and Tories are quarrelling Republicans are advancing. [Loud laughter and cheers.] Now 1 suppose, unless we are greatly mistaken, we know who the Whigs, and know who the Tories are, but up to this moment ...

Advertisements & Notices

... religious faith to the one consideration whether the country shall be ruled by Whigs who are: not more Liberal than Tories, or by Tories who are not more Conservative than Whigs ? Will they continue to fall down and worship a name when all that that name ...

THE LATE LORD PALMERSTON

... acquiesced only because it was necessary to make a choice, and because he had previously, on full deliberation, coalesced with the Whigs against the supporters of indiscriminate resistance to change. If he was not a great Minister, he was the most fortunate of ...

Advertisements & Notices

... S IN IRISH JOUmNAS. The attention of advertisers is directed to the BELFAST DAILY and WEEKLY NORT'HE' The DAILY NORTHERNl WHIG, established Januarrfl9 is well known to advertisers as a leading Irish ouJralOIl! highest standing. and is recognis,,d as ...

Advertisements & Notices

... Irish J.ournOal of highest standing, and is recognised its one of the best advertismi papers in Ireland. The WEEKLY NORTHERN WHIG, established F ebrurTa, t 1858, is a fill-sized double sheet newspaper, published ate mo- derate price ; and beisig nmost carefully ...

Advertisements & Notices

... me necessary only be- cause the Government has nothing valuable to P offer in exchange for meat and flour. The Rich - mond Whig of January 1 describes the natural operation of the incessant seizuresandimpreassents made on beh of the Goverment, and depicts ...

PRIVATE CORRESPONDENCE

... for the Whigs. Young Mr. Cowper, brother of Earl Cowper, hardly expected to creep the bottom of the list, yet he was at the top of the poll, beating even Sir B. Lytton himself. The ladies of the Cowper and other Whig families, following the Whig traditions ...

DEATH OF LOltD PALMERSTON. Lord died yesterday. Though, in view of his great age, such event was not wholly ..

... became the most intensely-hated of any public man in history. He met with the opposition not only of ■ the Tories, but of the Whigs, and of what were popularly supposed to be his own friends. Palmers however, uniformly supported him in his splendid system ...