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London Produce Market

... assembly of scholars and gentlemen. But we are forgetting. Mr Bouverie told us that he was a Whig country gentleman ; and a noble lord, who is the chief of the Whig country gentlemen, is accredited by Sydney Smith with a readiness to undertake the most difficult ...

SPORTING NOTES, MARKETS, &c

... the Whigs to me, they never could have ' cast me off,' since I never had the slightest connection with them. I believe that the phrase I did use, and I am sanctioned in my recollection by every person to whom I have applied, was the following Whigs lure ...

-1 FRIENDLY SOCIETY

... belonging to the Whig and Liberal section of the members of the Houses of Parliament, assembled at a grand banquet at Willis's Rooms, which was given to the Right Hon. Henry B. W. Brand, the member for Lewes, and the former whipper-in of the Whig Government ...

A WITCHCRAFT SERVICE

... power, the woman remaining in the e slate as before.—.Sessm Advertiser. Cußrous COINCIDEINCES.—There , were (says the Northern Whig) eeme circumstances in connection with Lord Downehire's death which are worth noting. He died on his 56th birthday, having ...

DEATH OF LORD BROUGHAM

... November, 1834, Sir Robert Peel assumed the reins of Government, and Lord Brougham resigned office with his colleagues. The Whig Ministry of Lord Melbourne, however, returned to power in the following April, but Lor I Brougham was not re-appointed to the ...

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... beheaded in the time of Charles I. The Byngs are old Whigs and great aristocrats. Mr. Labouchere, who is fighting Middlesex on the same side, is the nephew of the Mr. Labonchere who was a member of several Whig ministries, and a partner in the house of Baring ...

COLLISION OF TWO IRON-CLADS

... W. E. Gladstone. The most noteworthy incident probably was a letter from the Duke of Portland, one of the the greatest of Whig magnates and a munificent supporter until lately of the Liberal party, enclosing a cheque for £2,000 in support of the patriotic ...

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS

... Cabinet m refusing concession or conciliation to Anietica. Aud what have we now I When power was to be snatched from the Whigs, Lord Stanley was lull of lopes and hints that the Alabama question might be settled. A precious year and a half of peace has ...

DEATH OF LORD CRANIVORTH

... entered the Reformed Parliament the same year as member for Penryn and Falmouth. He became Solicitor-General just before the Whigs went out in December, 1834, and he returned to the same office when they came in again in April, 1835. Four years later he ...

A BOARD OF OGRES

... that the day would come when they would sink national distinctions, and all alike feel proud in the name of Briton.— Northern Whig. THE FRISCH ATLANTIC CABLE.—The manufacture of the new Transatlantic suhmarine telegraph cable for the French company—Socike ...

A REMARKABLE DEMONSTRATION

... A REMARKABLE DEMONSTRATION. The Northern Whig says :— The funeral cr tie young man, James Woods, who was killed ou the Bridge of Drogheda, on Friday last, by a gunshot wound from one of the soldiers of the.9th Foot during the fearful collision which ...

Coax Rsroaxa March 16. 1868

... and moderation of expression, and a manly, vigorous eloquence, that attest the sincere desire of all sections and parties, Whigs and Tories, Radicals and Constitutionalists, to find some remedy for the wrongs and grievances of which the Irish people so ...