BELFAST POLICE COURT—SATURDAY

... across-sommoRs, charged t Mr. Eisbey for that he did, on the 9tb dayof Feb. inst., print and publish in the Belfast Northern Whig news- paper, and in the Belfast Maoroig 17feos, a certain false, scindalous, and malicious libel on and con- ceruing the c ...

THE WORK OF THE SESSION

... Derby could not them posi- tively calculate on etoler than a passive.nnsjrity. The opposition to the Whig Government was founded on the obection to the Whig Reform Bill as a meeaure that did not represent the feel- ings of the country. Under the av'owed inspira- ...

THE STATE CHURCH—PARLIAMENTARY PETITIONS

... alone can furnish to the English comprehension. I think that such of our friends as have uncon. ditionally supported the Whigs in the recent divisioa are mistaken. I cannot participate in the eathu. siastic confidence in Mr. Gladstone which the O Donoghoc ...

THE DERBYSHIRE ADJOURNED SESSIONS

... when it was discovered that Sir George Jenkinson, the Conservative Candidate, was only St votes behind Lord Amberley, the Whigs took fright, forgot their prudence, and in their dismay resorted to their old tricks of bribery, by which the election o his ...

WHAT ARE THE POLICE ABOUT?

... accepting their thorough and absolute defeat like gentlemen and honourable anta- gosists, the whippers-in end subordinates of the Whig or defunct Ministry have resorted to the scurrility of Mob rhetoric, and, as if the political sentiments of the British nation ...

Published: Sunday 01 July 1866
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 880 | Page: 9 | Tags: Crime and Punishment 

EXTRAORDINARY CRIMES IN NEW ZEALAND

... Tory breeldS 6f Viot -I'll iswer idi' the Lingons, fn thep OJ'ytirves there was never r a pup 'bel'i-to aiib ut wbuldliowl ifa Whig came nearhim. -he 7.fdgon bloodis goed,-'rich, old Tory blood-like good rich milk; and that's why, when the right time comes ...

THE OPENING OF THE SESSION

... the charge that has so often been made against the Whigs of excluding young men from their councils. He also seems determined to get rid of the reproach of appointing none but members of the old Whig aristocracy, for, though the Marquis of Harting- ton ...

THE MINISTERAL CRISIS

... Cabinet, we think it more than probable that a dexterous motion, for Parliamentary reform would lead to the reinstalm ent of the Whigs next February, though we don't see what the Reformers are likelyto get by such a motion, except a return to office. Perhaps ...

TRIAL FOR THE MURDER OF A WIFE FOUR YEARS AGO

... hinted that he (Mr. Peel) had no conftdence ng in the leaders of the Liberal party. This does not look hope- 0l. ful for the Whigs. SHocKING ACCIDENT ON THE NEw TEAK VALTpy RAn- cr ?? Wednesday afternoen a tipper, named Thos. In Ellis, twenty-four years ...

FENIAN ARRESTS IN BELFAST

... FENIAN ARRESTS IN BELFAST. (FROM THEC NORTHERN WHIG.) Considerable excitement prevailed in town on Friday when it became known that the police had commenced to search the houses in the neighbdurhooA of the Falls and Shanikbill Roads, and more especially ...

BANKRUPTCY COURT

... coiidiit, ; udll stated that bad it not booms a prison adjudication he olm,,nld have disliissed the caso. As it was, there Whig no crelitor to complain, ha had no alternative but to v iass the ?? and allow the order oi dlisharge. t IN eri lRecrIARD (AllilSire ...

CHARGE OF CHUELTY AGAINST LORD RUSSELL

... liberals to stem the conserva- tive feeling of the borough, and the shifts to which they were reduced in canvassing for the whig nominee. In M\r. Howel GCs in the constituency of Brecon have elected a gentleman who has every possible claim to be their ...