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"Betwixt and between," said I, not to annoy him; for indeed I was as good a Whig as Mr.
As to the Whigs, a man who goes with the thinkers is not likely to be hooked on by any party.
Then, moreover, as regarded his unceremonious ejectment, the late Surveyor was not altogether ill-pleased to be recognised by the Whigs as an enemy; since his inactivity in political affairs -- his tendency to roam, at will, in that broad and quiet field where all mankind may meet, rather than confine himself to those narrow paths where brethren of the same household must diverge from one another -- had sometimes made it questionable with his brother Democrats whether he was a friend.
"Big Whig Media will be the one-stop-shop for organizations wanting to create content."
At times, Blumenthal gets lost in the weeds (literally, when recounting the battles of Thurlow Weed and William Seward with an array of rivals for control of the Whig Party in New York).
(10) The vast majority were defined by their opposition to exclusion, which was characterized by attempts by the Whig party to remove Charles's Catholic brother, James, Duke of York from the succession, and their desire to protect the Church of England.
The English Reformation that installed Henry VIII as head of a new church gave the liberating kick that prepared the way for the Whig revolution, with all its blessings.
Horatio Group boss Stephen Magorrian said: "The Northern Whig has been one of our anchor properties and following a period of leasing the venue from its previous landlords, we're delighted to have finally purchased it.
Even Whig women, associated with an anti-clerical movement often thought of as secularist, produced writings devoted not only to the cause of the Revolution, but also to the "political and religious developments that accompanied it" (147).
Colledge, a minor figure in the Whig party, was the warm-up.
The Whigs were the liberal, reform party, who greatly modernized the British Parliament in the 19th century.