S.A. Bent, comp. Familiar Short Sayings of Great Men. 1887.
[William Warburton, an English writer and prelate; born at Newark, 1698; educated for the law, but entered the Church; dean of Bristol, 1757; Bishop of Gloucester, 1759; was a friend of Pope; died June, 1779.]
Orthodoxy is my doxy, heterodoxy is another mans doxy.
To Lord Sandwich, who said in a debate in the House of Lords on the Test Laws, that he often heard the words orthodoxy and heterodoxy, but was at a loss to know precisely what they meant.PRIESTLEY: Memoirs, I. 572.
When some one said Pope made Warburton a bishop, Dr. Johnson replied, Warburton did more: he made Pope a Christian; alluding to the bishops attempt to maintain the orthodoxy of Popes Essay on Man.