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rea(be)rran(com)gi(e)ngly , grasshopper;
In the midst of vice we are in virtue, and vice versa.
I have been told lately that Fuseli was travelling by coach and a gentleman opposite him said: "I understand, Mr. Fuseli, that you
The body is but a pair of pincers set over a bellows and a stewpan and the whole fixed upon stilts.
Silence and tact may or may not be the same thing.
H.F. Jones's mother--I said of her once that to have known her is an illiberal education.
The seven deadly sins: Want of money, bad health, bad temper, chastity, family ties, knowing that you know things, and believing i
The sinews of art and literature, like those of war, are money.
Our ideas are for the most part like bad sixpences, and we spend our lives trying to pass them on one another.
Academic and aristocratic people live in such an uncommon atmosphere that common sense can rarely reach them.
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