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AMERICA AFTER THE WAIL

... company—there were about sixty of them altogether--was a prominent and leading man in his State. Many of them belonged to the old Whig party, and consequently were former friends of Mr. Seward's, and they were all received with the dry pleasantry and plain speech ...

POLITICAL GOBBLP

... to ise the establishment of the Empire in 1852, hemg the actual occupant of the Foreign-office on the 2nd of December. The Whigs came into power Ave weeks after that event but his Lordship adds that doubtless they would have taken the same eordial course ...

AGRICULTURE

... grazier to contribute still further to the wants of those on this side of St. George's Channel; fur, according to the Belfast Whig, there is an immense increase of cattle-raising, and the number of calves now being reared is said to be by far the highest ...

Richard Brinsley Sheridan

... were chiefly confined, and it must suffice to say that from 1805 to 1820 he was a zealous supporter of the principles of the Whig party, except in 1815, when he supported the Ministers in renewing the war against Napoleon. No statesman ever won more respect ...

EXTRACTS FROM PI; k: x'74

... Nursery Rhymes, Fur Statesmen. Sec,e ; FOR A PREMIE. Twaddle, twaddle, littie Pam, While you utter Here I am, Up among the Whigs so high, What a pretty boy am I : FOR A FOREIGN BECKS:CARY. Write letters cross, And threatening force, Yon silly old party ...

TOPICS OF THE WEEK,

... suffrage as the true goal of the Reform movement. To each strong Radical strophe of Lord Amberley's there was, however, a cautions Whig antistrophe which took something from its force. Lord Amberley thinks the uneducated should be excluded from the franchise ...

MARRIAGES

... Pacifica notoriety felt bound' to surrender the favourite views of a lifetime ; and henceforth we may expect Governments, whether Whig or Conservative to be more chary of advice to Foreign Powers, and less disposed to indulge in that Sir Oracle strain which ...

THE EARLY .WE OF ABRAHAM - LIRCOLN. Abraham Lincoln, the sixteenth President of the United States of America, ..

... to say gave him more pleasure than any subsequent success in life. He served three months, and on his return was nominated a Whig candidate for the Illinois legislature, but the county being Democratic he was beaten. His own election precinct, however, ...

JOTTINGS OF A RAMBLER

... guest. The family of the Cokes have ever been greatly respected in Norfolk ; but it was cagy in 1837 whom what was called the Whig batch of peers was made, that the eldest representative was teased to the peerage under the title of the Ear' Leicester. He ...

THE ROBBERY BY LADY PHIPPS'S MAID

... e position of the vowel that tempted murderer. Wyatt left his shipat ludf-past nine o'clock in the morning with the intgmat Whig on a brother captain, and when he arrived there he begged the daughters of his friend to go and see his wife, who was quite ...

TITBITZT

... organise arid gr , t up a requisition to Capt. Walsh. Was the great county of Wiltshire to be handed over to a compact of great Whig Lords and great Tory Squires? He told the noble lord said the county that the independent electors were bound by no compromise ...

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS

... too—went in for Reform precedents from the Parliament of 1628, for opinions of Lord Somers, and Lord Durham, and ether eminent Whigs on Reform—and altogether took a page out of Hallam. The conclusion of his speech was as fine in its way as anything he has ...