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SIR C. DILKE AND FREE•TRADE UNIONISTS

... enough fir a Liberal. There was always much danger of the Liberal party being anti-democratic and being over-weighted by its Whigs. The necessity of representing the House of Lords in the Government by a large number of Secretaries of State and great dignitaries ...

Published: Saturday 16 July 1904
Newspaper: Chard and Ilminster News
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 353 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

SOMERSET'S SPECIAL DISHES

... chaps, and not least for the Sally Lun, the recipe for which Miss White gives F.F.” has recently mentioned the Wells wig or whig” on sale in the shops on Good Friday. An old lady relative of mine always kept one of these for a whole vear and though I was ...

PROVINCIAL ECHOES

... etc., of piano, they are universally known, as rod stripes. LION AND LIONESS. ferocious animal combat (says the Northern Whig) has just been witnessed the Scottish Zoo at Glasgow. A majestic, forestbred South African lion, named Cecil, without the ...

DEATH OP LORD NORTH BROOK. FAMOUS STATESMAN AND EX-VICBBOY OF INDIA. regret announce the death of the Earl of ..

... accuracy , called a Whig statesman for traditions were | still alive in English ».clitic* wlien he began to take 1 part them, and his own carcer illustrate* in more 1 than one respect the tendencies and limitation* of j the old Whig reed. His lordship ...

OPINIONS OF THE PRESS

... Too Mrcn. Sir, said Dr. Johnson, I perceive you are a vile Whig. Mr. Lloyd George is more precise in his epithets. Ho perceives his fellow-Liberals generally flaccid, oleaginous Whigs. The comments from the side-lines with which the former Prime Minister ...

Published: Friday 27 January 1933
Newspaper: Western Gazette
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 1469 | Page: 16 | Tags: none

THE CORONATION OATH

... it would be as well to rein up before the upset the coach. What—as opposed to Conservatism and Constitutionalism—with old Whig and Tory management and mismanagement half the Constitutional ship has been wrecked already; and the man in blue, on the ...

still de Slaudeut, Mt, and led *Mal*

... still de Slaudeut, Mt, and led *Mal* I. Whig to get out denier. 2. Notblig to corrode. V Whig to epode. 2340 out of the 4199 London Fires were extinguished in one year by these rumps. - Write omit— 63, LONG ACHE, 11. C., WOlO3ll SIIMAGI in& SECOND READING ...

Published: Friday 06 March 1908
Newspaper: Central Somerset Gazette
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 219 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

BATH ELECTIONS SINCE 1832

... were rejected by majority of 286. Ministers at once resigned, and the Earl of Aberdeen formed a new Cabinet hy a coalition the Whig and Peelite parties—the strongest in point talent of any in the century. It fell 1855 in consequence of the gross Mismanagement ...

ORDERS MAY BE TAKEN TO ANY ONE

... Titus Oates* the King summoned a new Parliament to meet at Oxford in March, 1631. The elections were sharply contested. The Whigs still composed majority of the House of Commons, but it was plain that the Tory spirit was fast rising throughout the country ...

Publications

... before mechanics camo into bootmaking. Mops—the household variety—were standard output, and how the stock of sticks saved the Whigs of Street from ignominious rout by the Tories of Wells in the 1832 election is as fine a tale of old-time politics as will ...

Published: Friday 15 January 1926
Newspaper: Western Gazette
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 410 | Page: 7 | Tags: none