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Quotation by Anthony Trollope
An Eye For an Eye, vol. 2, ch. xii, London, Chapman and Hall (1879)Archdeacon Grantly of Mr. Harding, in The Last Chronicle of Barset, vol. 2, ch. lxxxi, London, Smith, Elder (1867)Autobiography (1883)Ayala's Angel, vol. 3, ch. lxiv, London, Chapman and Hall (1881)Ayala's Angel, vol. 3, ch. xvii, London, Chapman and Hall (1881)
Late hours, nocturnal cigars, and midnight drinkings, pleasurable though they may be, consume too quickly the free-flowing lamps of youth, and are fatal at once to the husbanded candle-ends of age.
Anthony Trollope (1815–1882), British novelist. Phineas Redux, vol. 2, ch. xxi, London, Chapman and Hall (1874).
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