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Whig Club.—Yesterday week the Ksntwich Branch of the Whig Club of Cheshire and the neighbouring counties, ..

... Whig Club.—Yesterday week the Ksntwich Branch of the Whig Club of Cheshire and the neighbouring counties, held their first Meeting at the Crown Inn, Nantwich. Amongst the company were Lord Crewe, Mr. Tqllet, Mr. E. I). Davenport, Mr. G. Wilbraham, and ...

Wellington and Sir Robert Peel, parties o. The Whig Whig running to seed, one who was Whig, but who rapidly

... Wellington and Sir Robert Peel, parties o. The Whig Whig running to seed, one who was Whig, but who rapidly taking up Katin notiona. one i» against Triennial Parliaments, tin* Bd!ul,ste. today, hut advocate for them to-morre v. Let the reader look for ...

Published: Saturday 22 July 1837
Newspaper: Kentish Mercury
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1059 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

WHIG TACTICS and WHIG TYRANNY

... WHIG TACTICS and WHIG TYRANNY. To the EDITOR ef the MORNING POST g |(l j„ (j, e letter which you did me the favour to publish on Saturday last I asserted that the reign of terror flourished not only throughout the country, but even in the private Cabinet ...

Published: Thursday 20 October 1831
Newspaper: Morning Post
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1261 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

THE WHIGS IN 1816 AND THE WHIGS IN 1849

... THE WHIGS IN 1816 AND THE WHIGS IN 1849. D It is easy to foresee what will be the pleas mainly Irelied upon by the opponents of the motion which Mr. Cobden makes to-night for reducing our annual eexpenditure to an amount not exceeding that of 1836. The ...

Published: Monday 26 February 1849
Newspaper: London Daily News
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1274 | Page: 3 | Tags: News 

THE WHIGS!—THE WHIGS!

... THE WHIGS!—THE WHIGS! It is an old saying, that when bad men conspire for bad purposes, good men should unite for good ones* The lime come for every honest citizen to lend heart and hand to resist the foul coahlion now formed the two leading factions ...

Published: Saturday 16 March 1833
Newspaper: Poor Man's Guardian
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 479 | Page: 5, 6 | Tags: none

allied themselves 'to the Whigs; whereas from the first they totally repudiated such an alliance, opposed the ..

... allied themselves 'to the Whigs; whereas from the first they totally repudiated such an alliance, opposed the Whig nostrums, and on two or three occasions put forward, in spite of the remonstrances and solicitations of the Whigs—as at Walsall, on the r ...

Published: Tuesday 13 December 1842
Newspaper: Sun (London)
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1508 | Page: 2 | Tags: none

These are none of the timid Whigs and flabby Moderates. The surprise, indeed, is that it is the Whigs and

... These are none of the timid Whigs and flabby Moderates. The surprise, indeed, is that it is the Whigs and the Moderates who seem to make least difficulty about supporting Mr. Gladstone in a policy which few Liberals in their secret hearts can help thinking ...

Published: Wednesday 17 March 1886
Newspaper: St James's Gazette
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1343 | Page: 14 | Tags: none

butokt Airs rourzos. FALL OP THE WHIGS. The Whig •dminittnlMD bust Uit deputed from tbeir high we may with mi*y

... butokt Airs rourzos. FALL OP THE WHIGS. The Whig •dminittnlMD bust Uit deputed from tbeir high we may with mi*y predict that their Mm for ewa. Nercr did any goreramant more eruelly diaappoiat their aapportera, Mir depart more widely fton the principles ...

Published: Sunday 12 May 1839
Newspaper: London Dispatch
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 864 | Page: 1 | Tags: News 

.TusT INTELLIGENCE. SATURDAY NIGHT. W HILST a Whig-Radical-Whig cotemporary is anxiously waiting the arrival of ..

... .TusT INTELLIGENCE. SATURDAY NIGHT. W HILST a Whig-Radical-Whig cotemporary is anxiously waiting the arrival of Sir ROBERT PEEL'S speech, which will probably turn out to be a superficial and unimportant affair, and the Radicals are summoning up their ...

Published: Sunday 15 January 1837
Newspaper: Weekly True Sun
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 802 | Page: 24 | Tags: none

WHIG AND TORY. To the Editor qf the Morning Advertiser. Sir,— As the origin of the terms Whig” and Tory,

... WHIG AND TORY. To the Editor qf the Morning Advertiser. Sir,— As the origin of the terms Whig” and Tory, which are applied to two political parties in the State, may not be known to many of your readers, if you think the following, which is their true ...

Published: Thursday 29 May 1834
Newspaper: Morning Advertiser
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 1147 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

The Whig journalists are endeavouring to solace themselves for the ignominious defeat of the Whig candidate at ..

... The Whig journalists are endeavouring to solace themselves for the ignominious defeat of the Whig candidate at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, by pretending that Mr. Hodgson, the member elect, is in fact Reformer. If, however, they mean by that to say that he is ...

Published: Saturday 06 August 1836
Newspaper: West Kent Guardian
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 209 | Page: 4 | Tags: none

The results of a whig reform BILL, should such become a law, and of a Whig or Radical Ministry, should

... The results of a whig reform BILL, should such become a law, and of a Whig or Radical Ministry, should such rule this land, may be distinctly ascertained by attentively reading Jer. xxxii. and xxxyi. to xxxix.; (assuming that Great Britain is the Jerusalem ...