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A Ciiange the Fifty years ago the Whigs wi l- /ox-hounds—now they are Sporting Magazine. ..

... A Ciiange the Fifty years ago the Whigs wi l- /ox-hounds—now they are Sporting Magazine. •»>'». What Shocking Bad Hat —The following is given by the Neio Mmthly Magazine the origin of tbi* very popular exclamation:—When Mr ...

WHIG WAITS. We, the^ old Whig Waits, who have been now waiting for upwards of Two Year*, and playing a

... WHIG WAITS. We, the^ old Whig Waits, who have been now waiting for upwards of Two Year*, and playing a variety of Tunes humbly solicit your bounty the present Festive period. We be? eave to remind yon that we* Lave no connection whatever with the Tory ...

****** WHIGS

... origin and etymology of the word Whigs.” The word Whig ” is a corruption of the Dutch word “wegge ” a cake. In a Dutch and French dictionary I find “wegge” —“peltit pain blanc ” (small white bread, etc). The Good Friday “ Whig ” is a very old institution in ...

Published: Friday 29 May 1936
Newspaper: Wells Journal
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 341 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

PLAIN WHIG PRINCIPLES.'

... PLAIN WHIG PRINCIPLES.' The Saturday Review, adverting to the ssggestion of the Edinburgh Review that Mr. Gladstone should be the Chancellor of the Exchequer in the next Whig Government, says : A Prime Minister of moderate opinions, with the revolutionary ...

Published: Thursday 29 January 1880
Newspaper: Wells Journal
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 699 | Page: 7 | Tags: none

THE SUGAR DUTIES AND WHIG CONSISTRNCY

... THE SUGAR DUTIES AND WHIG CONSISTENCY. have but just emerged from lengthened discussions the propriety of the protection not only infant labour, which was a point conceded,after long and hard struggles, the Whig Government in 1834, but of adult labour ...

MR. GLADSTONE AND THE WHIGS

... could make them untrue to Ireland. The Whig party after the schism remained for Irish purposes unbroken, and were right in each one of the various stages through which the question had to pass. . . . We want • little Whig treatment of the Irish question. But ...

Published: Saturday 10 December 1887
Newspaper: Chard and Ilminster News
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 486 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

A WHIG PEER

... WHIG PEER. At tbe Ciaadown meeting, Thursday la* read « .unnoTt Mr. Sarouelvso from the Earl of Cork and Orrery '» - ,hicb». uk.tl.. follo.i.,:—] , Al , H.dio.l. h.ld at Thursdat a comic cl.maat wa» Impartad b. a l.n.r wnllao bj th. Earl «f Cork and ...

Published: Wednesday 03 June 1885
Newspaper: Frome Times
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 1324 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

THE WHIGS AND THE SUGAR DUTIES

... THE WHIGS AND THE SUGAR DUTIES. [From the Epoqur.] It be remembered that about a month ago meeting of Whigs was held at the residence of Lord J. Russell, in Chesham-place, and that it was there resolved to oppose the Cabinet (of Sir R. Peel) on the sugar ...

WHAT HAVE THE WHIGS DONE?

... WHAT HAVE THE WHIGS DONE? tfoinii.a SATURDAY, 2«, I*l9. commend llio calm consideiation our renders every party, sect, calling and condition, article which wcliavr extracted lrom the recently published nnnilier tilt; Million llkvii.w.uiu! which will found ...

Published: Saturday 26 October 1839
Newspaper: Somerset County Gazette
County: Somerset, England
Type: Article | Words: 1231 | Page: 2, 3 | Tags: none

The Whig journals are boasting, day after day, the confidence reposed the Russell Administration. Because Lord ..

... The Whig journals are boasting, day after day, the confidence reposed the Russell Administration. Because Lord John has been enabled to construct cabinet, the Whigs affect to believe that the whole country concurs with him, and means to give him its support ...

If any doubt existed in the public mind respecting the determination of the Whigs to cling to office at all

... attention to the whole transaction, because it affords a very choice specimen 0 f what may be expected from a Whig administration. For the Whigs this affair of the Arms Bill has been a mom untoward event, since it has recalled all their proceeding? during ...

The Whigs were once progressive reformers their own terra. Tliey supported Conservative Ministry felt oppose. ..

... their sueJfcssors passed the very next session. To in particular the Whigs Pledged themlßKes we mean the spoliation of the Protestant Church, Under the administration °f Lord Grey, the Whigs cut down the number of bishoprics, lumped parishes together unions ...