Lord Difficulty.—The London correspondent of the Manchester Ontrdinn write*: —'• Whatever miy be •aid of Lord ..

... Difficulty.—The London correspondent of the Manchester Ontrdinn write*: —'• Whatever miy be •aid of Lord as politician,' said old Whig of quality the other day, even the Tories c»nnot deny that he is a g'.»od Christian, for returns nothing bat good far evil ...

Published: Monday 01 January 1866
Newspaper: Liverpool Daily Post
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 568 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

Traitor in thb Cami\—On the Mr. H. 11. Fay. recently agent for the Davenport Brothers, and who, it will be

... aations. And yet go lecturing as if our constitution was old the Egyptians, and if never domestic trouble in our lives. Or day a Whig pundit gives sdvice to Austria to met d her ways in regard Hungary and Venetia ; another time we have Sir Oracle severe things ...

Published: Tuesday 02 January 1866
Newspaper: Liverpool Daily Post
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 729 | Page: 10 | Tags: none

THE YEAR 1865

... Cabinet ; less extensive one will prevent him from taking office, and would induce the new Premier louL adliea amongst the pure Whigs. But while Reform will, if the Government can mould events as it desires, be the great event of the session, there is another ...

AND GENERAL BUTLER.—The following resolution has been brought into the lower house of : Whereas, i« currently ..

... manufacturers, it will form an important element in trade between this country and Spain. CORNELIUS O'DoWD OK THE WHIGS IN IRELAND When remember that Whig rule always has been in I re land alternate insult and conciliation—a Durham letter to day, adenuciation ...

SPIRIT OF THE PRESS

... to create anxiety, and that it can inspire little confidence except among those who have been brought up in the 'Whig houses and the Whig faith. To such it is a matter of course that so long as Earl Russell is at the head of affairs, and is seconded by ...

POETRY TIME MARCHES ON. Time marches on : With swift but silent tread Day after day has fled To vast

... Murrays and the O'Kanes ate together, and there came the last of all, on the evening of the 30th of July. The united families, Whig and Tory. were still at table, when a rush as if of hurrying footsteps was heard in the street ; and Jonas, thinking the end ...

SUMMARY

... is beginning to create anxiety, and that it can inspire little confidence except among those who have beeu in the Whig houses and the Whig faith ; but it isa passage which suggests some painful thoughts on the position occupied by our Indian possessions ...

MR. JOHN BRIGHT, M.P., ON REFORM

... prophesying Brahmins iv the great Whig house somewhere—(laughter), and dare say they are foretelling all sorts of evils that may come from the passing of this bill Laughter.) I have heaid a member since then of a Whig Cabinet declare that he believed there ...

DESTRUCTION OF CREWE HALL, CHESHIRE, THE SEAT OF LORD CREWE

... attempts were made to arrest the r flames, whlich, fanned by the strong breeze then r blowing, quickly enveloped the eastern whig of i the building, but from some unexplained cause Y they could not be used. It is supposed that in the I s excitement of then ...

Published: Thursday 04 January 1866
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1062 | Page: 7 | Tags: News 

FROM A LONDON CORRESPONDENT

... offices, and that they are little more than bare bones thrown to noisy dogs in order to keep them quiet. Nevertheless tbe Whigs by themselves are so weak, that it is not impossible that they may even yet be compelled to purchase the support of Mr. Bright ...

SUMMARY

... la c a confession of weakness, and appears as U Earl Russell acknowledged to the world [what fact the' truth] that the Whig party, so far a* statesman ship was concerned, was pretty worn ** out. On the whole, seems to us tL'S-fc Mr. Bright has ...

NATIONAL DEBT v. NATIONAL HONESTY

... that amount. The present to ourselves is something solid, certain, and' 't fruc. tifying in our pockets, in the words of the Whig financitr. The sublime piece of delcacy to our remote posterity is visionary, for half the people in this island do not expect ...

Published: Friday 05 January 1866
Newspaper: Liverpool Mercury
County: Lancashire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1701 | Page: 7 | Tags: News