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WHIG CLU B.— The nfifr Meetin7~oT the WHIG CLUB will be on TUESDAY, the £th of Much, at the Cwwnand

... WHIG CLU B.— The nfifr Meetin7~oT the WHIG CLUB will be on TUESDAY, the £th of Much, at the Cwwnand Anchor Tavern, Strand. The Earl of Af . !• X MMfL fc in the C hair. STVVV ÜBS, Earl of Besborough. Sir John Aubrey, Baft. M. P. LordAVm. Russeil, M.P_ ...

Published: Tuesday 26 February 1805
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 14808 | Page: 1, 2, 4 | Tags: Classifieds 

The Blessings of whig government

... The Blessings of whig government. It is the boa^t of the Whigs that on their asammption of office they found war iraaiine.it and have notwithstanding pre- served peace. Conceding for argument's sake-and thus ooly do we grant it— that this was the posture ...

Published: Wednesday 05 September 1838
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 8762 | Page: 1, 2 | Tags: Classifieds 

\XfHIO CLUB.— The next MEETING of V\ ih- WHIG CLUB is, by particular desire, POST- PONED Trm TUESDAY, the sth,

... \XfHIO CLUB.— The next MEETING of V\ ih- WHIG CLUB is, by particular desire, POST- PONED Trm TUESDAY, the sth, until the leth of March, at ihe Crown and An-hor Tavern, ?wand. The Earl of ALBEMARLE in the Chair. sre v.nti; , ' Earl of Bestyirouch. Sir ...

Published: Thursday 28 February 1805
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 15611 | Page: 1, 2, 4 | Tags: Classifieds 

LA.ST Shipping Day positively the 29th ingt., md to sail from Gravesend on the Ist of July for ; ;TA

... Conservative; Sir J. De Beauvoir, Whig; J. Ramsbottom, Esq., Whig ; — Fergusson, Esq., Whig. Constituency by registration of 1840 — 667. Late Members — John Ramsbottom, Esq., Whig, polled at last election 326 Robert Gordon, Esq., Whig ?? 292 ...

Published: Monday 28 June 1841
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 24130 | Page: 1, 4, 8 | Tags: Classifieds 

But it teemi that the punishment which the law inflicts is not the only punishment for alleged libels to which

... enemies to this independence among the Whigs than the Tories, and more the professed Liberals than either. When the Tories were in office, their deaire to oppose the press bore no comparison with that the Whigs; what would be the cate if we had a Radical ...

MONTHL\' MIHTAKV OIUTCARV

... London, two months, 151— Frankfort Journal, May 25. The Whig journals have formally announced the lorniutiou of a regular opposition to the Duke Wellington’s administration ; in other words, that the Whig party will longer lend themselves to the support of ...

OENERAL STE VJ NAVTGATfON COMF FOREIGN PACKETS. r rHK GKNEi.AL STEAM NAVIOA- TIOV Col

... will put it to ssir Ceorge Grey, and ask him what view the Whig- take of this— he asks what views the Tunes took. My view was not to tlive a pension at all public lervant, but the view- the- Whigs took was to give a pension of great amount to a most Ins ...

iHE MINISTRY AND THE COUNTRY

... that even the Priests, for ?? Whigs worked zealously so long as their nwn interests were, idem died with Irish Popery, have discarded the Melbourne \dministration. Another section of liberal politicians, who are neither Whigs nor Radicals, though leaning ...

Published: Thursday 11 October 1838
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 9450 | Page: 1, 4 | Tags: Classifieds 

POLICE

... briefly as possible, with what truth the Tory record commission has been thus represented the Whig writer, and also te offer a few observations on the conductor its Whig successor, first, the Globe proffers the false implca. lion that the commissioners of theTury ...

wfrifPitFßEKj|OLD AND TITHF FREE, HUNDRED AND altogether, aiid jareseuts a rare o^port^mt

... it to the representatives of the people, that if they will net consent to grant all the taxes they, the Whigs, require, then that they, the Whigs, will at once propose the levying of property tax. 1 say then, that the general impression which the recent ...

MR. O'CONNELL

... duly satis- fied of their illegal nature), by all lawful meaiis^to prevent such Meetings and disperse the same. Whig Stanley, is this your Whig law? It makes the mere opinion of any Magistrate the law! ! Robespierre used to order men to lie guillotined for ...

Published: Thursday 06 January 1831
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 11353 | Page: 1, 2, 4 | Tags: Classifieds