Religion, to Bolingbroke and his class, was simply an integral part of that marvellous fiction, the British Constitution.
Bolingbroke had expressed this distrust at an earlier part of the century.
Nor in all probability would the latest biographer of Bolingbroke endorse that presentment.
But the writings of Brougham do not sell; he lacks even the solace of Bolingbroke.
Bolingbroke lands from exile to claim his father's estate and title.
I have just quitted the observations of my favourite Bolingbroke upon history.
Neither the matter nor the manner of the brilliant Bolingbroke.
I frankly told Bolingbroke my disinclination to the Chevalier.
But the wilder and more excitable spirits in the party were ready to follow Bolingbroke.
Thus did Bolingbroke converse, and thus did I listen, till it was time to depart.