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Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: Complete self-devotion is woman's part. Complete self-devotion is woman's part. Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas Babington Macaulay: The effect of violent dislike between groups has The effect of violent dislike between groups has always created an indifference to the welfare and honor of the state. Thomas Babington Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Rose Macaulay: Why is humanity so excessive in the way Why is humanity so excessive in the way it does things? The golden mean seems out of fashion. Rose Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Macaulay Culkin: Because of what I did when I was Because of what I did when I was 10 years old, I'm not living from paycheck to paycheck, and I can do things because I want to do them. Macaulay Culkin
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: Free trade, one of the greatest blessings which Free trade, one of the greatest blessings which a government can confer on a people, is in almost every country unpopular. Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas Babington Macaulay: Nothing except the mint can make money without Nothing except the mint can make money without advertising. Thomas Babington Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Macaulay Culkin: I'd made enough money by the time I I'd made enough money by the time I was 12 to never have to work again. Macaulay Culkin
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: A kind of semi-Solomon, half-knowing everything, from the A kind of semi-Solomon, half-knowing everything, from the cedar to the hyssop. Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas Babington Macaulay: Reform, that we may preserve. Reform, that we may preserve. Thomas Babington Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas Babington Macaulay: There is only one cure for the evils There is only one cure for the evils which newly acquired freedom produces, and that cure is freedom. Thomas Babington Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: In Plato's opinion, man was made for philosophy; In Plato's opinion, man was made for philosophy; in Bacon's opinion, philosophy was made for man. Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: Byron owed the vast influence which he exercised Byron owed the vast influence which he exercised over his contemporaries at least as much to his gloomy egotism as to the real power of his poetry. Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas Babington Macaulay: The object of oratory alone is not truth, The object of oratory alone is not truth, but persuasion. — Thomas Babington Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Charles Macaulay: I may play the fool at times, but I may play the fool at times, but I'm more than just a pretty blond boy with an ass that won't quit. — Charles Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: How well Horatius kept the bridge In the How well Horatius kept the bridge In the brave days of old. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Macaulay Culkin: Sometimes I feel like I have a dozen Sometimes I feel like I have a dozen different people inside of me. I've always been that way, and I've always written stuff down. — Macaulay Culkin
Macaulay's Quotes By Macaulay Culkin: It's about finding unique, one-of-a-kind films that I It's about finding unique, one-of-a-kind films that I would want to see myself. I think 'Party Monster' is one of those. — Macaulay Culkin
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: The history of nations, in the sense in The history of nations, in the sense in which I use the word, is often best studied in works not professedly historical. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: So true it is, that nature has caprices So true it is, that nature has caprices which art cannot imitate. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: No man in the world acts up to No man in the world acts up to his own standard of right. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Charles Macaulay: Not sure if I need a glass of Not sure if I need a glass of wine or a gun or both. — Charles Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas Babington Macaulay: We hold that the most wonderful and splendid We hold that the most wonderful and splendid proof of genius is a great poem produced in a civilized age. — Thomas Babington Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Macaulay Culkin: The funny thing is, I'm not really a The funny thing is, I'm not really a big reader, not a big fan of books in the first place. — Macaulay Culkin
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: Half-knowledge is worse than ignorance. Half-knowledge is worse than ignorance. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: Even the law of gravitation would be brought Even the law of gravitation would be brought into dispute were there a pecuniary interest involved. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Rose Macaulay: Love's a disease. But curable. Love's a disease. But curable. — Rose Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Macaulay Culkin: Math is one of my favorite subjects. Math is one of my favorite subjects. — Macaulay Culkin
Macaulay's Quotes By Macaulay Culkin: I have a lot of growing up to I have a lot of growing up to do, or a lot of growing down. I think that's probably more appropriate. — Macaulay Culkin
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: Politeness has been well defined as benevolence in Politeness has been well defined as benevolence in small things. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Lord Melbourne: I wish I was as cocksure of anything I wish I was as cocksure of anything as Tom Macaulay is of everything. — Lord Melbourne
Macaulay's Quotes By Macaulay Culkin: I don't even know how to define myself. I don't even know how to define myself. I'm a person who writes. It's something I enjoy, and hopefully people enjoy it as well. — Macaulay Culkin
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: I am always nearest to myself, says the I am always nearest to myself, says the Latin proverb. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Macaulay Culkin: I can go to any restaurant without a I can go to any restaurant without a reservation, but while I'm there, everyone's gonna be staring. — Macaulay Culkin
Macaulay's Quotes By Rose Macaulay: Nearly all novels are too long. Nearly all novels are too long. — Rose Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas Babington Macaulay: That is the best government which desires to That is the best government which desires to make the people happy, and knows how to make them happy. — Thomas Babington Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: We are free, we are civilised, to little We are free, we are civilised, to little purpose, if we grudge to any portion of the human race an equal measure of freedom and civilisation. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Macaulay Culkin: I've led a very isolated existence since I I've led a very isolated existence since I was 6 years old. It's kind of been me and my mind. — Macaulay Culkin
Macaulay's Quotes By Rose Macaulay: Miss my daily Mass, and have a superstitious Miss my daily Mass, and have a superstitious feeling that anything may happen on the days I don't go. However, nothing in particular has. — Rose Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: The Orientals have another word for accident; it The Orientals have another word for accident; it is "kismet,"
fate. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Rose Macaulay: One never feels such distaste for one's countrymen One never feels such distaste for one's countrymen and countrywomen as when one meets them abroad. — Rose Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Macaulay Culkin: Almost everything people do is artistic. That doesn't Almost everything people do is artistic. That doesn't make it art. — Macaulay Culkin
Macaulay's Quotes By Rose Macaulay: Mozart is everyone's tea, pleasing to highbrows, middlebrows Mozart is everyone's tea, pleasing to highbrows, middlebrows and lowbrows alike, though they probably all get different kinds of pleasure from him. — Rose Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Macaulay Culkin: I felt like I had two fathers. I I felt like I had two fathers. I had my real father and the father in my head. — Macaulay Culkin
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: A page digested is better than a volume A page digested is better than a volume hurriedly read. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: Power, safely defied, touches its downfall. Power, safely defied, touches its downfall. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: [I can] scarcely write upon mathematics or mathematicians. [I can] scarcely write upon mathematics or mathematicians. Oh for words to express my abomination of the science. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: In the plays of Shakespeare man appears as In the plays of Shakespeare man appears as he is, made up of a crowd of passions which contend for the mastery over him, and govern him in turn. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Rose Macaulay: The great and recurrent question about Abroad is, The great and recurrent question about Abroad is, is it worth the trouble of getting there? — Rose Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By David Macaulay: I'm a big fan of the digestive system. I'm a big fan of the digestive system. — David Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: It may be laid as an universal rule It may be laid as an universal rule that a government which attempts more than it ought will perform less. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas Babington Macaulay: People crushed by law have no hopes but People crushed by law have no hopes but from power. If laws are their enemies, they will be enemies to laws. — Thomas Babington Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: As freedom is the only safeguard of governments, As freedom is the only safeguard of governments, so are order and moderation generally necessary to preserve freedom. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Rose Macaulay: Nothing, perhaps, is strange, once you have accepted Nothing, perhaps, is strange, once you have accepted life itself, the great strange business which includes all lesser strangeness. — Rose Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: Scotland by no means escaped the fate ordained Scotland by no means escaped the fate ordained for every country which is connected, but not incorporated, with another country of greater resources. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas Babington Macaulay: A single breaker may recede; but the tide A single breaker may recede; but the tide is evidently coming in. — Thomas Babington Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: Men naturally sympathize with the calamities of individuals; Men naturally sympathize with the calamities of individuals; but they are inclined to look on a fallen party with contempt rather than with pity. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: The highest intellects, like the tops of mountains, The highest intellects, like the tops of mountains, are the first to catch and to reflect the dawn. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: We must judge a government by its general We must judge a government by its general tendencies and not by its happy accidents. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By David Macaulay: I'm just looking for projects I enjoy. I'm just looking for projects I enjoy. — David Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas Babington Macaulay: I would rather be poor in a cottage I would rather be poor in a cottage full of books than a king without the desire to read — Thomas Babington Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas Babington Macaulay: The highest proof of virtue is to possess The highest proof of virtue is to possess boundless power without abusing it. — Thomas Babington Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: The great cause of revolutions is this, that The great cause of revolutions is this, that while nations move onward, constitutions stand still. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: Lars Porsena of ClusiumBy the Nine Gods he Lars Porsena of Clusium
By the Nine Gods he swore
That the great house of Tarquin
Should suffer wrongs no more. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Rose Macaulay: One could do with a longer year - One could do with a longer year - so much to do, so little done, alas. — Rose Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Rose Macaulay: The last sin, the sin against the Holy The last sin, the sin against the Holy Ghost - to lie to oneself. Lying to other people - that's a small thing in comparison. — Rose Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By J. C. Macaulay: Repentance may be old-fashioned, but it is not Repentance may be old-fashioned, but it is not outdated so long as there is sin. — J. C. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: The highest eulogy which can be pronounced on The highest eulogy which can be pronounced on the Revolution of 1688 is this that this was our last Revolution. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: The upper current of society presents no pertain The upper current of society presents no pertain criterion by which we can judge of the direction in which the under current flows. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Kieran Culkin: I think people are going to keep asking I think people are going to keep asking me about Macaulay. Some things change and some things don't. — Kieran Culkin
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas Babington Macaulay: There were gentlemen and there were seamen in There were gentlemen and there were seamen in the navy of Charles the Second. But the seamen were not gentlemen; and the gentlemen were not seamen. — Thomas Babington Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Rose Macaulay: You should always believe what you read in You should always believe what you read in the newspapers, for that makes them more interesting. — Rose Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas Babington Macaulay: I would rather be a poor man in I would rather be a poor man in a garret with plenty of books than a king who did not love reading. — Thomas Babington Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: Finesse is the best adaptation of means to Finesse is the best adaptation of means to circumstances. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: The whole history of Christianity proves that she The whole history of Christianity proves that she has little indeed to fear from persecution as a foe, but much to fear from persecution as an ally. — Thomas B. Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas Babington Macaulay: We know no spectacle so ridiculous as the We know no spectacle so ridiculous as the British public in one of its periodical fits of morality. — Thomas Babington Macaulay
Macaulay's Quotes By Thomas B. Macaulay: That wonderful book, while it obtains admiration from That wonderful book, while it obtains admiration from the most fastidious critics, is loved by those who are too simple to admire it. — Thomas B. Macaulay