WHIG-RADICAL GUARDIANSHIP

... created by a Whig-Radical Legislature for the purpose of affording relief to the destitute pauper by the supply of food, raiment and lodging, should be tested. Relief to which the poor and destitute have a natural right, according to Whig-Radical law, ...

Published: Friday 18 January 1867
Newspaper: Exeter and Plymouth Gazette
County: Devon, England
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WHIG AMD TOBY—TOP AMD BOTTOM

... WHIG AMD TOBY—TOP AMD BOTTOM. The Tory party ia the moat namerooa; the Whig party la (ha least numerous, but has been generally, I think, the most intelligent. From (he time ol the accession ot George UI., in 17G0, to the Belorm Bill In 1830—a period ...

Published: Saturday 28 November 1863
Newspaper: West Somerset Free Press
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 634 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

MR GLADSTONE, THE CHURCH, AND THE WHIG PARTY

... MR GLADSTONE, THE CHURCH, AND THE WHIG PARTY. Clic iauiiton tCouticr SliiD EDUertisrr. WEDJVESDAi, OCTOBER 21, 1868. In Gladstone's new articles of faith, antagonistic to the Church, there are two pestilent heresies which demand ecial attention. The one ...

HIE WHIGS

... HIE WHIGS A friend of Mr F. Milbank's having applied to a f eveiand Vicar for his vote, the followiug answer was retained, wuich churchmen may think over with profit. My Dear Sir,— l owe you many apologies for aot replying sooner to your note. ?? Could ...

Published: Friday 21 July 1865
Newspaper: Royal Cornwall Gazette
County: Cornwall, England
Type: Article | Words: 529 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE WHIGS AND THEIR MASTERS

... THE WHIGS AND THEIR MASTERS. {The THURSDAY, April 17, 1862. John Bright's organ is in high dudgeon with the Premier, and is now subjecting his lordship to occasional sallies of that uncompromising and violent condemnation, which so striking a characteristic ...

AN OPPORTUNITY FOR THE WHIGS

... OPPORTUNITY FOR THE WHIGS. present time, the Standard thinks, is the Whig {opportunity. What will they do with it? very few jdays will supply the answer, and satisfy all doubts as to itheir patriotism and sinoerity. In the matter Reform, mnder the present ...

Published: Monday 11 February 1867
Newspaper: Western Morning News
County: Devon, England
Type: Article | Words: 1041 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

THE WHIG-RADICAL CABINET'S ACHIEVEMENTS

... THE WHIG-RADICAL CABINET'S ACHIEVEMENTS. lb* THURSDAY, July 21, 1664,. seems the fate of the present Government to | estrange England every people with whom they ! relatione, to be successful in no single Whether a Power is inclined be Iriendly hostile ...

CORRESPONDENCE. (We do not holdourulvu'rtsponaihlt for the vines entertained or the opinions expressed by ovr ..

... arrretponden£».) TOBY, OLD WHIG, AND WHIG-RADICAL. [to the editor.] SlB,—For soma time past men have found difficult to distinguish Conservative from Liberal •» or, I should putit, Tory from a old Whig—i. Whig oligarchical and a whig ...

WHIG PURITY

... WHIG PURITY. An excited and by no means creditable scene was witnessed in the House of Commons on Tuesday. Mr. J. G. Churchward, one of the most influential and best-respected inhabitants of Dover—to whom, indeed, Dover is almost wholly indebted for its ...

Published: Saturday 23 March 1867
Newspaper: Gloucestershire Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2861 | Page: 5 | Tags: none

Whig Legislation-Lohl Russell seems to think that England was never so great or so flourishing as she is now; and

... Whig Legislation-Lohl Russell seems to think that England was never so great or so flourishing as she is now; and he attributes her growth in influence abroad and wealth at home to the wisdom of Whig legislation. Was it Whig legislation that gave the ...

Published: Thursday 04 May 1865
Newspaper: Devizes and Wiltshire Gazette
County: Wiltshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1801 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

WHIG JOBBERY IN THE PEERAGE

... WHIG JOBBERY IN THE PEERAGE. There appears to be no limit to the meanness and effrontery of Whig jobbery. The instance which we at present advert is one peculiarly offensive, both in itself and as it affects the dignity of the British peerage. In the ...

Published: Tuesday 16 July 1861
Newspaper: Cheltenham Chronicle
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 315 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

TIIK LIBERAL PARTY. the remarks which made iast week, little thought there was much to cause consternation ..

... TIIK LIBERAL PARTY. the remarks which made iast week, little thought there was much to cause consternation amongst the Whig clique ; but we have discovered our mistake, and hornet’s nest has been drawn about our ears. Cleanshaven frowns upon us with its ...

Published: Saturday 27 June 1863
Newspaper: Cheltenham Mercury
County: Gloucestershire, England
Type: Article | Words: 451 | Page: 4 | Tags: none