The young men know next to nothing of whiggery and Democracy.
Liberalism when divested of its whiggery was practically Radicalism.
whiggery, in short, was nothing but Liberalism qualified by interest.
For whiggery, rightly understood, is not a political creed but a social caste.
But however deeply Smollett was attached to his country, it was merely a sentimental attachment, akin to his whiggery.
But those opinions and those tactics have been mere accidents, though perhaps inseparable accidents, of whiggery.
whiggery has had its day, and Henry Clay would stand with us now.'
The whiggery of Bow Street would perhaps rise up against this wisdom.
Aha, ye have not lost the Highland conceit, in drawing water from the wells of whiggery!