GOOD-BY TO THE WHIGS

... GOOD-BY TO THE WHIGS. - SONO OF REJOICING. Air- Dear Tom, ?? brown jUg. Good-by to the, Whigs-their departure's at hand- Is the cry o'er the length and the breadth of the land: 'Tie re-echo'din gladness from mountain and glen, And it sounds like a ...

WHIG ADMINISTRATIONS ON SUFFERANCE.[ill]

... in political ulagonisg l I : B Be it remembered, the *Whigs tookl office under Sir It. Peel's followers in 1853, not Sir R.. Peel's fol- lowers uinder them. And this coalition was made by the Whigs, because, on the confession of their own leander in the ...

A DIALOGUE BETWEEN A WHIG AND A CONSERVATIVE

... Grey's Govern- ment ? CONSERVATIVE: So I do now ! WHIG: How, then, in case of an election, do you mean IC vote ? CONSERVATIVE: For Pecliell and Dalrymple. WHIG : The deuce you do ; what, for the Whig and for the Tory; for fire and water; for black and ...

THE WHIG BALLOT

... THE WHIG BALLOT. Had ever entertained *t»w out)t4 to inexpediency the Bello* the present state of the constituency, an e,rti e in the San of the IStk would have set tiiem for ever at rest. It appears that ministe's arc not be considered as the servants ...

THE POOR WHIG'S PETITION

... Vithl his hat in his hand, asking alms at one Butrgess's door: Kuaresbro' in the latrl ground. PITY the sorrows of a- poor Old Whig, Whose cainnig tricks have brought him to the door, Whose hopes ate dwitsdled to the merest rig,- Oh ! give relief, for Brookes' ...

FOOD FOR THE VICTIMS OF WHIG TYRANNY, AND AMUSEMENT FOR THE CHARTIST PUBLIC

... FOOD FOR THE VICTIMS OF WHIG I TYRANNy, AND AMUSEMENT FOR THE CHARTIST PUBLIC. | Afestival, consisting oftea, concert, ani(l bill, was 'held on Wednesday evening, May 30th, at the South, London Hall, 115, Blackfriars-road, tir the benefit, of the Victims ...

WHIG DOOMSDAY BOOK

... and Wales. The Whigs were accused, last session, by their more immediate opponents, of having done nothing; of having suffered bills to sleep or die, and of having not legislated enough. Very different was my feeling towards the *Whigs on this score, ...

GOOD-BY TO THE WHIGS

... GOOD-BY TO THE WHIGS A SONG OF ReJOICING. (Fm'aon Black-wood's ,11agaZi, n.) Air,-' Dear Tom, this brown jug. Good-by to the Whigs-their departure's at hand- Is the cry o'er the length and the breadth of the land 'Tis re-echo'd in gladness from mountain ...

THE DECLINE OF THE WHIG PARTY

... lea, member for Dublin governs Ireland. The Whigs goverbl nothingd e Downing-street. The right honourable gentleman, the member fot Tamwooth, is contented with power without place or patronage, ard t rf Whigs are contented with place and patronage without ...

THE WHIGS AND THE POOR LAW

... THE WHIGS AND THE POOR LAW. ALL the old fashions are about being revived, and among others, we find the Whigs abandoning the gallopade, waltz, and, quadrille, for the old country dance. Doubtless the figure suits them: down the middle and back, change ...

GOOD-BY TO THE WHIGS

... COOD-BY TO THE WHICS. A SONG O REJOICING. AIR-' Dear Torn, this brown jug. Good-by to the Whigs-their departure's at hand- Is the cry o'er the Iolngth and the breadth of the land 'Tis re-echo'd in gladness fromn moustain and glen, And it sounds like ...

Published: Sunday 05 September 1841
Newspaper: The Era
County: London, England
Type: Article | Words: 527 | Page: 5 | Tags: Arts & Popular Culture 

TRUE-BLUE AND BLUE-WHIG

... as for Blue - Whi%, the false creature) all, Is certain to run or to rat. True-Blue is of sure honest gender: his , Blue - Whig an effeminate thing, by T'Iis now to Reform a pretender, I ArAd now to the Tories will cling. by Here haingeth a ?? True-Blue ...