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LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC. TOPICS OF THE DAY. No. XV.—THE CORN LAWS. Sir am too well aware the value of your

... that it will succeed next year, for that Ministers have uniformly opposed all popular measures when brought forward by the Whigs, and afterwards, in the succeeding Session of Parliament, as uniformly proposed their adoptiou themselves; thus the Catholic ...

Published: Saturday 07 May 1825
Newspaper: Berkshire Chronicle
County: Berkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1835 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

READING AND BERKSHIRE PITT CLUB

... desolation ; hating the light of day which cheers and animates all creation besides. (Shout of laughter and applause.) The Whigs too, the Opposition as they are called, and emphatically arc—the exclusive proprietors patriotism and liberal principles ( ...

Published: Saturday 04 June 1825
Newspaper: Berkshire Chronicle
County: Berkshire, England
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POETRY. INVITATION TO MARY. Haste, and weave the blashing wreath, Kre the rose and myrtle die; These are ..

... grievance remains—not a sorrow to fling Its dark shade o'er our mirth as drink to the King. Four times four for the King » and let Whigs with their sneers Drink their Sovereign in silence —themselves with three cheers ! l.et them drink andbe dumb will make the ...

Published: Saturday 04 June 1825
Newspaper: Berkshire Chronicle
County: Berkshire, England
Type: Miscellaneous | Words: 301 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

MEETING TO FORM A READING MECHANICS' INSTITUTION

... of knowledge wherever Ire was sure that poison was not scattered in the path. It was not, in liig mind, a question between Whig and Tory, the Churchman and the Dissenter, but the poison which he feared were those pernicious principles which were alike ...

Published: Saturday 11 June 1825
Newspaper: Berkshire Chronicle
County: Berkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 5632 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC

... endeavours to ruin ancient family; but the absurdity of the thing is most monstrous when applied to the Press, for every Tory, Whig, and Radical loudly proclaims that the Press, to be free, must be open to all, and that competition is once the best preventive ...

Published: Saturday 09 July 1825
Newspaper: Berkshire Chronicle
County: Berkshire, England
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The Berkshire Chronicle

... pervades the pages of e Morning Chronicle, against Lord Eldox. His °wi* a re ent day ; that to say, of IGKB ; and therefore, the Whigs of 1825, oo many of whom are Republicans of 1648), mark out an object of perpetual attack. These at-40 8 ' however, cannot ...

Published: Saturday 30 July 1825
Newspaper: Berkshire Chronicle
County: Berkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1423 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

LOCAL INTELLIGENCE

... the Swans in that town. A sharp look-out will be kept for him in various quarters. The Whig Club of Cheshire, and the Seven adjacent Counties.—On Monday the Whigs of Chester, of Cheshire, of Lancashire, of Yorkshire, of Shropshire, of Staffordshire, of ...

Published: Saturday 15 October 1825
Newspaper: Berkshire Chronicle
County: Berkshire, England
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LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC

... for praising the very ministers you to condemn can regarded only a subterfuge. Shew me in what instance the silly advice the whigs, much less that of the radicals has been followed, and some faith may be attached to your political assertion. But even if ...

Published: Saturday 22 October 1825
Newspaper: Berkshire Chronicle
County: Berkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 3234 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC

... that Col. Hughes, M. P., who for the last quarter of century has sat in the House of Commons professing himself constitutional Whig, the warm friend of purity in the representation, can so utterly devoid of political consistency, and common political principle ...

Published: Saturday 05 November 1825
Newspaper: Berkshire Chronicle
County: Berkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1430 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

NOTICES CORRESPONDENTS. THE MILLER WALLINGFORD. No. 2, in our next. lovkr ha* transmitted a communication for ..

... without hesitation for delaying its appearance, when he reflect' that the minds of the inhabitants of Reading, whether Tories, Whigs, or Radicals, are present anxiously looking for the active discussion a far more serious subject than either Mr. Monck'g wisdom ...

Published: Saturday 12 November 1825
Newspaper: Berkshire Chronicle
County: Berkshire, England
Type: Advertisement | Words: 269 | Page: 3 | Tags: none

LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC. TOPICS OF TIIE DAY.—So. XXXIII. THE MILLER OF WALLING FORI), No. 3. the Editor of the ..

... proceeded. my former letter 1 mentioned certain reasons which constrained me to decide that Colonel Hughe.*, the great reforming Whig of the Principality, could not such political hypocrite to sanction corrupt practices amongst his constituents; and really ...

Published: Saturday 03 December 1825
Newspaper: Berkshire Chronicle
County: Berkshire, England
Type: Article | Words: 1204 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

LITERARY AND SCIENTIFIC. TOPICS OF THE DJY.—No. XXXIX. THE MILLER OF WALLING FORD, No. 4. To the Editor of the

... that, in introducing the subject, they have been influenced by motives savouring not a little of asperity and rancour. A TRUE WHIG. To Colonel Hughes, M.P. for Wallingford. Be thou as chaste as ice, as pure as snow, Thou shalt not escape calumny. Shakspkakb ...

Published: Saturday 10 December 1825
Newspaper: Berkshire Chronicle
County: Berkshire, England
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