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jusliLV, i!iey hive Loul Stanley to show a samjile tlk ir nhi.g t>uner.ilion. Ti.e Whigs have hronght forth ..

... jusliLV, i!iey hive Loul Stanley to show a samjile tlk ir nhi.g t>uner.ilion. Ti.e Whigs have hronght forth Marquis of Ilartington and Karl tie Grey ami Kipon, ami, candiiily speitking, I have great opinion of' the breed. The latter trusted that the ...

Published: Saturday 27 June 1863
Newspaper: Cheltenham Mercury
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2774 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

A SONG FOR THE WHIGS. Tune — Bonnie Dundee. To Radical Cheetham palaverers spoke— If the Tories should beat

... Though supported by Gladstone and flunkey to Bright. With the Whigs diu the deeds of that day disagree For Turner the Tory came in as M.P. It soured the contents of the cup and the can— But the Whigs to apologize quickly began, And the Globe was desired to ...

Published: Tuesday 27 August 1861
Newspaper: Cheltenham Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Miscellaneous | Words: 369 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

POETBY. 9 THE BAKERS. ft,- Mother all politics. Tory and Whig, With thuae of oar friend Mr. Bright, the bold

... POETBY. 9 THE BAKERS. ft,- Mother all politics. Tory and Whig, With thuae of oar friend Mr. Bright, the bold Quaker, Com*, join a chorus—who won't is a prig— bonoor to Samuel White Baker ! We a aohool Lake Poets, it'a true. Bat what were those bards to ...

Published: Saturday 01 September 1866
Newspaper: Gloucester Journal
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Miscellaneous | Words: 245 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

KINAHAN'S L.I. WHIG HY DUBLIN EXHIBITION, 1865. !his celebrated Old Irish Whisky gained the Dublin Prize Modal. ..

... KINAHAN'S L.I. WHIG HY DUBLIN EXHIBITION, 1865. !his celebrated Old Irish Whisky gained the Dublin Prize Modal. t pars, mild, mellow, delicious, and more wholesome than the fined Cognac Brandy. WHOLLLLLE ST 8, ONIUT WInDMILL fivanwr, LONDON. CAUTlON— ...

Published: Wednesday 06 January 1869
Newspaper: Cheltenham Examiner
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 52 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

THE CHELTENHAM MERCURY

... THE CHELTENHAM MERCURY SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 1867. ’’DISHING THE WHIGS.” The saying about “dishing the Whigs,” attributed to an eminent member of the Cabinet, has being “going the rounds” of late, and has been bashed up in all sorts of connections to which ...

Published: Saturday 24 August 1867
Newspaper: Cheltenham Mercury
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 868 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

MARRIAGES

... fish, in this instance figurative, could not be other than Whigs. Mr. Scaoea all through his political life has been a Whig of the Whigs; a consistent and worthy representativeof • thoroughly Whig borough; he was never influenced to swerve from his party ...

Published: Saturday 17 August 1867
Newspaper: Gloucestershire Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3668 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

M. VINCENT ON REFORM

... imprisoned for a noble devotion to the cause of the people—a period of ostracism not only for Radicals but for Whigs—a period in which the moderate Whig was suspected of revolutionary designs—a period darkened by the vices of the Regency—s period darkened by ...

Published: Saturday 06 January 1866
Newspaper: Stroud Journal
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 8876 | Page: 4, 5 | Tags: none

THE REFORM BILL

... with the Whigs in political policy. Let the Whig* mark one consequence of the separation. There ia hardly borough in the kingdom in which the Radicals are not masters of the situation at an election. The Radicals will refuse their support to Whigs who vote ...

Published: Saturday 24 March 1866
Newspaper: Gloucester Journal
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 571 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

CALENDLR FOE THE WEEK. Jau.7.—First Sunday after Epiphany. Lessons : Nom. Isaiah 44 4 Mat. 6; Even., Isaiah 36, ..

... ancient instincts of the Whigs ; before ho opens hie mouth to proclaim his plans of Government, or tests the confidence of Parliament by his measures, he proceeds to fortify himself by lavishing honours upon the tepeesentativesuf the Whig notorieties in former ...

Published: Saturday 06 January 1866
Newspaper: Gloucestershire Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1563 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

A WORKING MAN'S REASONS FOR BEING A CONSERVATIVE

... the conduct of the Whigs Did not Cobbett say that if the Tories flogged us with whips the Whigs scourged us with scorpions Did not O'ConneU call them the base, bloody and brutal Whigs > Was it not Mr. Brighfs old habit abuse all Whig administrations until ...

Published: Tuesday 17 April 1866
Newspaper: Cheltenham Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2082 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

WILTS AND GLOTJa

... Cobbett John Hume'', now Earl Russell , the late Sir 1793 10 10 „;1 4 then justly said, *a new Whig (levet nment would James Graham, and • few mote of the Whig 1802 19 4„,,2 „ not have d these millions of money to handle and traternity, had courage enough ...