LITERATURE

... unpopular reminiscences of the Whig party nom. passed into oblivion, and his authority descended ito. to the new chieftain, i and s With better quie, 3 and Better opinion, better Confirmation. And from that day forward the Whigs began slowly, but steadily ...

LITERATURE

... author of what would now be called a Liberal policy I t is necessarily a Whig. And here it is that we join Ii .1 issue with him. We deny that the radical distinc- a tion between Whigs and Tories is to be found in c D the character of their policy. This, ...

THE LITERARY EXAMINER

... down by the Whigs as a place where a seat may be won. George Langhorne has taken a good degree, and been selected by the great Whig Lord Templeton as his secre- tary. He is sent down to Craywich to pave the way for his patron's son, the Whig candidate. ...

LITERATURE

... not discuss the question with him, His opi- g a ion may serve to indicate the character of his his- ou- tory-whig after the traditions of the whigs-gene- -.of the tim {- 1 d treat' ~ ~ = have access to dul ?? any. e. du 9But hzsnarrative is in themain oil ...

THE LITERARY EXAMINER

... regard Conservatism and Conservatives very much as Whigs would desire that foreigners and Englishmen should regard the principles and the chiefs of a rival party. We are far from blaming the Whigs for the importance they have attached to the social intimacy ...

Published: Saturday 27 October 1866
Newspaper: The Examiner
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 16569 | Page: 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

Literary Notices

... aggrieved whets he is called a Whig, and charged with W~hig liartialities. We find that be himself gloiied in the name. In one of his Edin- burgh addresses he speaks as follows: I look with pride on all that the Wh~igs have done for the cause of human ...

THE LITERARY EXAMINER

... of surprise which entsued, Shrewsbury rose and thanked them for their offer. (This nobleman, it appears, was in reality a Whig, but he had succeeded in deceiving Bolingbroke, who fully relied upon his fidelity, and had bestowed upon him the offices of ...

LORD LIVERPOOL

... coalition was for a long time possible between the Whigs and the Canningites ; and when these reasons had almost disappeared the only medium of communication with the Oppo- sition leaders was no longer in the Whig camp. Lord Grenville had retired from public ...

THE LITERARY EXAMINER

... pride such as only an English Whig Peer, a Cardinal, or a Brahmin ever honestly feels, neither compromised or gave way; and even when Canning made a movement towards Liberal opinions, and drew around him some of the leading Whig statesmen, Lord Grey stood ...

CHARLES JAMES FOX

... the chosen representative of Whig principles, and one to whom the traditions of the elders must have descended in their full integrity. No man in the whole world probably is so well qualified in these respects to write a Whig view of Mr. Fox's career -which ...

RECENT FAMILY HISTORIES

... There are Whig legends and Tory legends, Whig ballads and Tory ballads, and the red roses and white roses of Scottish poetry have never agreed. The Lammermoor legend is a Tory one; and the Whig and Presbyterian AGNEWS sympathize with the Whig and Presbyterian ...

Literature

... self converted. Generally, however, his course was that of a moderate whig, though certainly not a party whig; and it is singular that in his old age he .became the victim of a whig intrigue,whici is thus Idenounced by Lord Brougham: I It was not by mere ...