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Cirencester Times and Cotswold Advertiser

EPITOME OF NEW,z, de. Monday weld not have beFa secured without greit exertions and cordial trl•operation on ..

... Govern: meat of which he had been the supporter had departed from the rule of Whig Governments la past times, and, instead of taking entirely the advice of certain portions of the Whig powers, had taken advice from that section of the Howie among whom I generally ...

OUR MISCELLANY

... that the Princes of Wales are sure to be Whigs, and to turn Tories when they summed to the orown, and the example of George IV. is always adduced as • ease in point. But in the days of Walpole sad Pelham, though Whigs and Tories held, on the whole, the same ...

THE COURT, LITERATURE AND ART, &c

... immediately concerned in giving a viutory within the next fortnight either to the Whigs over the Tories or to the Tunes over the Whigs. It cannot be expected that most Catholics of Whig, or Liberal, or Radical, or Democratic 'minions, should feel anxious to defeat ...

MR. BRIGHT AT ROCHDALE

... Stanley—from the Opposition. Suppose that all the old Whigs—and I do not speak of them without respect, because, in past times, the country has had great service from many of them—but suppose the old Whigs were quietly deposited , with all symbols of natie ...

The New Opposition Whipper-in

... William Brand, lI.P. for Lewes, is an announoement of no little importance in a party sense at this junotnre of politics. Whig whippers-in must, of course, get tired of their work like other persons, and covet a comfortable retirement at a convenient ...

THE LATE SESSION

... to satisfy most persons that it would be almost an impossibility to carry the measure through in the then session. The old Whig party were offended beesnse Lord Russell and Mr. Gladstone had sought advice and aid from Mr. Bright instead of from their ...

TOWN TALK. ST SPICJAL OUttts/BPONDIIT. OUr Maws WU undestorm d that it* do set hold ~sale raw* Nor ..

... concerned. The Whigs, for some reason or other which it is not easy to understand, have never been o liberal to those who make literature in its various forms their calling as have been the Tories. Of this, the opposition which the old Whig Government made ...

POLITICAL GOSSIP

... the decline of the Irish population not to the three bad harvests, but to twenty years of almost unbroken Whig rule. The purpose of Whig Cabinets was, he said, to be thus expressed :— Drive human beings away to America, rend in cows, and so make ...

THE ARTS, LITERATURE, &a

... republican; bat that 'ere was photographs of them have all the clearness and truth the Democratic ticket, this 'ere is the Whig.— If engendered by so favourable a condition of things. you attempt to vote twice, said the questioner, I As may be partly ...

AGBICULTIIER

... were presented by one of the local gentry, in the presence of a large concourse of people. CROPS IN IRELAND. The Northern Whig says :—lhe fine weather of the past few days has inspired a more cheerful spirit in the reports of our correspondents this ...

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... chapters more is given of Charles Reade's Griffith Gaunt. A Gossip about Gardens, by Henry Kingsley; The Barrister's Whig ; The Fairy Fleet, &c., &c., go to make up the present part. Goon Woaos.—Mrs Oliphant continues her story, Madot.na Mary ...

POLITICAL GOSSIP

... tenant, introduced by themetary for Ireland on Monday. This matter has previous occasions a favourite though Mile object of Whig legislation. Mr. Chichester Forams, with every good intention, may yet find his measure consigned to that limbo which has engulfed ...