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It is always safe to learn, even from our enemies, seldom safe to venture to instruct, even our friends.

George Colman "The Younger" Quotes , Source: Epilogue to The Heir-at-Law

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Marriage is a feast where the grace is sometimes better than the dinner.

George Colman "The Younger" Quotes , Source: Epilogue to The Heir-at-Law

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Mystery magnifies danger, as the fog does the sun.

George Colman "The Younger" Quotes , Source: Epilogue to The Heir-at-Law

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The excesses of our youth are drafts upon our old age, payable with interest about thirty years after date.

George Colman "The Younger" Quotes , Source: Epilogue to The Heir-at-Law

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When anger rises, think of the consequences.

George Colman "The Younger" Quotes , Source: Epilogue to The Heir-at-Law

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Wheresoever you go, go with all your heart.

George Colman "The Younger" Quotes , Source: Epilogue to The Heir-at-Law

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Defer not till to-morrow to be wise, To-morrow's sun to thee may never rise.

George Colman "The Younger" Quotes , Source: Epilogue to The Heir-at-Law

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Married in haste we may repent at leisure.

George Colman "The Younger" Quotes , Source: Epilogue to The Heir-at-Law

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No man is a hero to his valet. [Fr., Il n'y a pas de grand homme pour son valet-de-chambre.]

Mme. A.M. Bigot de Cornuel Quotes , Source: see Mlle. Aisse "Letters", 161 (Paris, 1853)

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God the first garden made, and the first city Cain.

Mme. A.M. Bigot de Cornuel Quotes , Source: see Mlle. Aisse "Letters", 161 (Paris, 1853)

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Much will always wanting be To him who much desires.

Mme. A.M. Bigot de Cornuel Quotes , Source: see Mlle. Aisse "Letters", 161 (Paris, 1853)

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Our yesterday's to-morrow now is gone, And still a new to-morrow does come on. We by to-morrow draw out all our store, Till the exhausted well can yield no more.

Mme. A.M. Bigot de Cornuel Quotes , Source: see Mlle. Aisse "Letters", 161 (Paris, 1853)

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The getting out of doors is the greatest part of the journey.

Mme. A.M. Bigot de Cornuel Quotes , Source: see Mlle. Aisse "Letters", 161 (Paris, 1853)

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Who that has reason, and his smell, Would not among roses and jasmin dwell?

Mme. A.M. Bigot de Cornuel Quotes , Source: see Mlle. Aisse "Letters", 161 (Paris, 1853)

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Hence ye profane; I hate ye all; Both the great vulgar, and the small.

Abraham Cowley Quotes , Source: Of Greatness, translation of Horace, ode I, bk. III

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A fool must now and then be right by chance.

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A fool must now and then be right by chance.

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He would stroke The head of modest and ingenuous youth, That blushed at its own praise.

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He would stroke The head of modest and ingenuous youth, That blushed at its own praise.

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My sister and my sister's child, Myself and children three, Will fill the chaise: so you must ride On horseback after me.

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My sister and my sister's child, Myself and children three, Will fill the chaise: so you must ride On horseback after me.

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Skins may differ, but affection Dwells in white and black the same.

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Skins may differ, but affection Dwells in white and black the same.

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The tear that is wiped with a little address, May be follow'd perhaps by a smile.

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The tear that is wiped with a little address, May be follow'd perhaps by a smile.

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