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’s lifelong study of, and his extensive commentaries on, the writings of Henry St.
John, first Viscount Bolingbroke, see Haraszti, JA
and the Prophets of Progress, ch. 4.
’s own copies of Bolingbroke’s writings are now divided between the Boston Athenaeum
and the Boston Public Library.