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stration. Mr. Porter must look back with satisfaction I on the part be has taken in this matter. • If

... resort. TOPICS OF THE WEEK. Loan LLANOVER'S DESPOTISM. There lives a great magnate in Wales, Whom people Lord Llanover call— A Whig nobleman he Of illustrious degree, Who once bore the surname of Hall, Ben Hall, Whose conceit of himself is not small. His ...

THE NEWS BUDGE I', &c

... in London, it having been established in 1770. to a long period it took the lead of the other Jennie's, and represented the Whig party and Weig politics with great ability and fidelity. The paper declined gradually in Influence front Me till about twelve ...

OUR MISCELLANY, EPITOME OF NEWS, &c

... out from the meeting into the street, and had his stick broken and one of his legs inj fired. Dr. Cooper is one of the old Whig party in Southampton, which is opposed to Mr. Seymour, and Mr. Zimmerman is a Conservative. The youeg S outh- I ampton or advanced ...

THE SECESSION PRESS

... he has ben up to this time. This was two days ago, end as yet there is no indkation of a charge of any sort. The Richmond Whig has the fr,llowicg appeal :- The death-like t srpor which Langs. like a spell, over our beleaguered country will speedily ...

POLITICAL GOSSIP

... patronage at the disposal of the present Government. It has been Sir John Harding's fate to advise the Government (whether Whig or Tory) on the international questions that arose during the Russian and Bailin wars, on the affair of the Charles et Georges ...

with a large for of rebel.. Cult re] Lome, Kettacity, and four c'mpaoles of troops from that State ere to

... strewn with the dead and wounded. With reference to the destruction of the Arkansas, we find the following in the Richmond Whig of August 9:— The Confederate sloop of war, Arkansas, Lieutenant H. K. Stevens, of South Carolina, commanding, left Vicksburg ...

HOLIDAY HEXAHETERS

... HOLIDAY HEXAHETERS. autumn is here once more, and the days of recess: Gaily the. Whigs depart, and forget the sight of the Howe, Weary no doubt of the place where so often they got in a mess— Hardly glad to hear the swift wild whirr of the Russell to ...

fordaville, Kentucky, in which the Confederat es was repulsed with heavy Ices. Nashville is being fortified ..

... out the Confiscation Act Missouri. The property liable to confiscation is esti' sated at fifty million dollars. The Richmotid Whig says that the expenses of die I Coolederate Government since the commencement of the I vor to August of this year amount to ...

policy, the late Earl of Eglinton won the respect of all classes, and succeeded in preparing the way for quite

... upon Ireland, gave it his most cordial support. It is somewhat remarkable that Count Cavour, who is generally regarded by the Whigs and their supporters as a high authority in such matters, amongst other improvements which he recommended, in a pamphlet upon ...

police government so long as they can play at dominoes in a cafe looking on a beautiful street, and go

... applauded from any one, but which was amazing from a man of seventy-seven. Strange that foreign politics, once the weak spot of a Whig Government, should aloi!e stand between the Conservatives and power : Z. OUTLINES OF THE WEEK PARLIAUBST has done little during ...

TOPICS OF THE WEEK

... are equally unwilling to appear by their votes simply to endorse extravagance. Were the question left to the votes of the Whigs and Liherals alone, the result wound be sufficiently simple, the House supporting the Government by its votes in order to rettio ...

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... A respectable, industrious man, the son of amp-boiler, who did not make a large fortune, he early became amounted with the Whigs at a time when they wanted the assistance of the middle clam, and of men of business, and ono of Lord Durham's friends. He ...