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ORIGINAL COrvUVItmiCATIONS

... maintained, that though resistance was unlawful, to suffer might be a sacred duty; but now, according to the Whigs, and Whig-Tories, and Whig- Radicals of the day, even differing is sedition — tobe unwilling to implicate ourselves either with measures ...

Published: Monday 21 May 1827
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
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CHIT CHAT

... explosion would shortly take place ia ihe Cabinet, which would drfr* Mr. Peel, and his friends, from power, and make sf^B for the Whigs, with Lord Lauusdov. ne at their hSfiH This prediction (if prediction it can be called) MB been more than Verified. The train ...

Published: Monday 21 May 1827
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
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The Duke of Rutland had yesterday an au- dience of his Majesty, which lasted four hours. We are of course

... his own. fl.ii either cast* the public must have remained ignorant ofthe actual ratification of the- dirty lbargain with the Whigs Nay, how much so ever it niigiit have before suspected the existence of such a base negotiation as that now proved to have ...

Published: Wednesday 23 May 1827
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1304 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

$imsttial -Pitt-tamc-it

... revolu- tions, by the V orkes, the Talliots, and the Finches. Amongst whom, there were shades of difference to whicli I, as a Whig, could not reconcile myself; yet, I say, that to these men England owes a debt of obhga- tion which she never can repay. Am ...

Published: Wednesday 23 May 1827
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
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_m v. bi

... of our country. Lord Melville, with hi:; associates and abettors, under the pretence of loy- alty ,• and the leaders ofthe Whigs, ■under the jaelence of t/te constitution; and the lenders nf the Catholics, under the pretence of religion., are all evidently ...

Published: Thursday 24 May 1827
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
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&agmai jSocttp

... Lansdowne, to me, Thou'lt ne'er rind a Premier sincerer, I will give up my place, dear Liusdowne, to thee ; Can I purchase whig friendship much dearer ? Then tell me no more, with a shrug and a sigh, That our league will be censured by many ; Man is given ...

Published: Thursday 24 May 1827
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
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We alluded yesterday, with great pleasure, to the explicit and manly declaration made by the Duke of Clarence ..

... a di- rect bearing upon another subject of some present interest, and illustrates comically enough the sin- cerity of the Whigs, who are now so busily en- gaged in fighting the battles of the Dissenters. The passage is as follows: — Every man may dissent ...

Published: Friday 25 May 1827
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
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HOUSE OF COMMONS, Friday, May 2/5.STIRLINGSHIRE ROAD BILL

... must say, tliat he looked with great surprise at the conduct pursued by some of the gentlemen belonging to what was called the Whig party. They had entered into a coalition with his .Majesty's ministers ; and, as It appeared to him, they had thrown the Roman ...

Published: Saturday 26 May 1827
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
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-» Through the whole of yesterday a very confi- dent rumour prevailed that an additional force was to be sent

... agricultural interest, that is to the paramount interest of the country; but it is not so great a calamity as the Ministe- rial, Whig, and Radical Journals would have us to believe, when they call the majority in favour ofthe bill a triumph of Mr. Canning's ...

Published: Saturday 26 May 1827
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
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THE WEEKLY PRESS, AND THE NFW.MINISTRY. ™*'W

... we have quoted one or two journals notoriously devoted to the Whig interest. FHOM THE JOHN BULL. wh- iS r beloVe4 Xin £ that we turn with bope— with confidence ; he is now surrounded by Whigs and ad hi ?? d l ? * Ver y Bhort time h « wi be surround- as ...

Published: Monday 28 May 1827
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 2051 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

PUBLIC MEETING AT HEREFORD

... not to be altered. What then will this half. Whig, naif-lory administration do? Because if, as we i-t., M S _ ared ; $* J )olic y of the c ol * ll^ >s not to be cnanged what becomes of the principles of the Whig becrJ_ r ?? yand its supporters » What is ...

Published: Monday 28 May 1827
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
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MR. TIERNEY'S CONSISTENCY

... acts has, it is true, expired ; that which punishes with transportation a man twice convicted of a libel — that act which the Whigs have hitherto denounced as an infamous inroad upon the liberty of the press, if still in force, and has been defended by Mr ...

Published: Tuesday 29 May 1827
Newspaper: London Evening Standard
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 591 | Page: 1 | Tags: none