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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)
No living orator would convince a grocer that coffee should be sold without chicory; and no amount of eloquence will make an English lawyer think that loyalty to truth should come before loyalty to his client.
Anthony Trollope (1815–1882), British novelist. Orley Farm, vol. 1, ch. xvii, London, Chapman and Hall (1862).
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