His Whiggism is so bigoted, and his Christianity so fierce, that he almost disgusts one with two very good things!'
It was, as I have said, in philosophy what Whiggism was in politics.
That old matter's extreme deadness reminded the group that the repast was over and Whiggism amply squelched.
Warren was disposed to Whiggism, and thought the king's recovery doubtful.
That cannot be said of a Whig; for Whiggism is a negation of all principle.'
In 1834 his hostility to Whiggism was becoming more pronounced, and a tenderness for some Tory doctrines more discernible.
It calls for no reopening of the long-hushed controversy between Democracy and Whiggism.
He fancied that London, so long the stronghold of Protestantism and Whiggism, was ready to take arms in his defence.
His early admiration of Fox, of Whiggism, and Reform, was the rapture of an innamorato.
Its degenerate successor, Whiggism, had no principles of value, and only lagged in the rear of the Democratic advance.