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AMERICA

... the staff, and the Stars and Bars displayed. The Tories were urging on the popular feeling in the °f getting power, and the Whigs were striving to fi + tliem order to retain it. The London Times, at had i as to our ght, having changed front after it ion ...

THE COURIER

... tlde the Government of which he is the head, without*? a a government be Lord P .' And how long would ment * be the head of a Whig governreacti »° ut aid of that party which the has m? the last twelve or eighteen months thing masters of Parliament I But ...

THE REVISED EDUCATION CODE

... education—a few but very plausible persons, who exercised considerable influence-would also support it, with, of course, the whig party-men, who had sold themselves the minister 1 . Lord Palmerston was known for his staunch support of subordinates and, ...

MISMANAGEMENT OF THE BILSTON SAVINGS BANK

... Pratt's) time. The Post-office savings-bank was one 0 f the best institutions that had ever been founded by any government, either Whig or Tory; and it struck him as rather singular that the Bishop of Manchester had not stated his opposition to the bill in his ...

\ The Lily, are declined, never heard that Young's Patent Paraffin Oil was ajjninriousto health. .**Vrioer, ..

... House on laet, upon the question of the Bevised Code, I am repre- have said:— That Lord Palmerston might depend upon of the Whig party-men who had sold themselves to The words which I used, and which I well rexn were these:—' * That the minister bad always ...

MR. E. A. LEATHAM, M.P

... precedent. Mr. Disraeli had told the country that it was only upon this measure that his followers differed from the Whigs. If so, God help the Whigs. (Laughter.) In regard to the recent imminence of war with America, Mr. Leatham protested, the name of the highest ...

Advertisements & Notices

... forwarded ou appication to WV. If tO wNII. ma~nrlf er, 8ttno, lta~ftordwmr3 (AST-OFF ,CLOTIIING~,.-I~adics and Gentlemen ?? w~hig to P )pto f 11 I1b30i, mnar do to on apyllc~tton to T. 'VES 17n5. to u~13t9O.O The moet llbor terms offerc(4 ~AR f A P.ARit ...

MR. LEATHAM, M.P., AT HUDDERSFIELD

... has come to a dead loclc. What littU3 is attemptod In the way of legislation is the work of all partie In the hous It has a Whig wa and a Tory weft, and a good deal of ?? and shoddy in the composition. (Laughter and applause.) I thlnk it is what we in ...

Published: Saturday 18 January 1862
Newspaper: Manchester Times
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 2163 | Page: 3 | Tags: News 

AMERICA

... New York. Jan. 11, Morning. The leading article,, of the press respecting England contain nothing of importance. The Richmond Whig, expressing the hopes of the Secessionists, referring to Mr. Seward's despatch upon the Trent question, thinks England will ...

METEOROLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS

... sailed from Glasgow on the 15th instaj, for Bordeaux. The Collision on the Portadown and cannon Railway.—From the Northern Whig.—Be) * Friday night.—This day, at the inquest at Port&dow , the body of Michael Sweeney, killed in the late co | on the above ...

MR. SMITH O'BRIEN AND HIS FORMER COLLEAGUES

... well the weighty words of T; D. M'Geo, as they are words of a man of much esperient c, and the former should profit by them, wh'ig the latter should be grateful for them. In 184i, aMr. tohinGB was the very first to take the measure of that silliest of Irishmen ...

Published: Saturday 25 January 1862
Newspaper: Manchester Times
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1037 | Page: 3 | Tags: News