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BATH ELECTIONS SINCE 1832

... he was expected to reduce to order. How implacable were the Radicals their hostility may gathered from the way in which the Whigs were villijended by Charles Bdler. In his opinion they were a heartless, spiritless canadle, slippery dogs, well insensible ...

SOMERSET AND WEST OF ENGLAND ADVERTISER, FRIDAY DECEMBER 9 MEMBERS FOR WELLS SHEPTON MALLET PETTY SESSIONS. ..

... Waterloo. In 1818 and 182i0 Whigs and Tories share the representation of the ancient city, Taylor (W) apparently being the senior'member and John Paine Tndway (T) the junior, without opposition. In 1826 three Tories and one Whig fought for two seats with ...

Published: Friday 09 December 1927
Newspaper: Wells Journal
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 2078 | Page: 8 | Tags: none

MR. DUFF COOPER IN DORSET

... which had survived had, solely by its survival, proved its worth. ~, rh fought the Whigs in the 18tli Century. tin Whigs had the best of it for a time, but where were the Whigs to-day ? They fought Liberals in the 19th Century, and for a part the Liberals ...

Published: Friday 12 April 1935
Newspaper: Western Gazette
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 1969 | Page: 10 | Tags: none

LAY MAGISTRACY

... the 18th Century when the! Whig oligarchs came wield the! power of the Crown during the, reigns of the first two Georges, they were careful to leave the countrywide to be administered and judged the local squire.** Torv and Whig aliKe. Fielding's lo'm Joue ...

BATH ELECTIONS SINCE 1832

... growing enthusiasm evinced for him his democratic followers. At the same time the political outlook was getting overcast. The Whigs we.ro doing badly. heroic measures were attempted by the Government, but, many of morn or less useful character were introduced ...

Hua Fiest Sobxow

... complete without a reference to the individuality of the Ministers held the first office State. Lord Melbourne] was Premier of Whig Government when the] young Queen was celled to her exalted posi-| tion, and there can be no question that proved a very valuable ...

Published: Saturday 26 January 1901
Newspaper: West Somerset Free Press
County: Somerset, England
Type: Illustrated | Words: 9004 | Page: 6, 7 | Tags: none

ORIGIN OF PARTY NAMES

... (later James In to the throne. It was in the reign of Queen Anne that the terms Whig and Tory were first used in speaking of the two great parties in Parliament. Later the Whigs came to be known as Liberals and the Tories as Conservatives. ...

Published: Friday 05 October 1917
Newspaper: Central Somerset Gazette
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 102 | Page: 6 | Tags: none

“THE LINE OF BEAUTY.”

... Saebeverell, who of Puritan and Whig family, became a Tory and High Churchman. One sermon he preached before the Judges Derby Assizes, and the other he preached St. Paul’s Cathedral. In both he spoke against the Whig Government, and raised the cry of ...

Endo d dadr

... ed crowns: and a Street Whig. named Joseph White, was taken unconscious into Cyrus Clark's house. The Street constable (Sir Robert Peel's reforms had scarcely reached Somerset), a stout and worthy man named Josiah White. a Whig like the rest, and like ...

Published: Friday 10 October 1941
Newspaper: Central Somerset Gazette
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 844 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

MEN FOR THE EMPIRE

... the historic Whig party which had so often made its influence and weight felt the councils of the nation. But the time and the opportunity went by, and are never again likely to recur. It certainly was never a cardinal belief of the Whigs that the first ...

BATH ELECTIONS SINCE 1832

... of most parties. General Palmer, who had sat in the Commons as a nominee of the Corporation, consented to stand ; and the Whigs, as they may be called—for it should be understood that the demand for the Reform Bill had been so general as to bring about ...

BATH ELECTIONS SINCE 1832

... by the unsatisfactory state of the national finances, these exhibiting a chronic deficit. The dislike of the country to the Whigs was shown in the bye-elections, which went steadily, against them. The signs the times were unmistakeable. Accordingly Sir ...