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Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Of all actions of a man's life, his Of all actions of a man's life, his marriage does least concern other people, yet of all actions of our life tis most meddled with by other people. John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: No man is the wiser for his learning No man is the wiser for his learning John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Marriage is a desperate thing. Marriage is a desperate thing. John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Ceremony keeps up things: 'tis like a penny Ceremony keeps up things: 'tis like a penny glass to a rich spirit, or some excellent water; without it the water were spilt, and the spirit lost. John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: It's not the drinking to be blamed, but It's not the drinking to be blamed, but the excess. John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: The world cannot be governed without juggling. The world cannot be governed without juggling. John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: We look after religion as the butcher did We look after religion as the butcher did after his knife, when he had it in his mouth. John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Scrutamini scripturas (Let us look at the scriptures). Scrutamini scripturas (Let us look at the scriptures). These two words have undone the world. John Selden
Selden's Quotes By Bob Selden: Learning is about seeing things froma a different Learning is about seeing things froma a different perspective. My role is to help people improve their vision Bob Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Tis not seasonable to call a man traitor, Tis not seasonable to call a man traitor, that has an army at his heels. John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Opinion is something wherein I go about to Opinion is something wherein I go about to give reasons why all the world should think as I think. John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Money makes a man laugh. Money makes a man laugh. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Fine wits destroy themselves with their own plots, Fine wits destroy themselves with their own plots, in meddling with great affairs of state. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By George Selden: Neatness was not one of the things he Neatness was not one of the things he aimed at in life. — George Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Take a straw and throw it up into Take a straw and throw it up into the air, you may see by that which way the wind is. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: We see the judges look like lions, but We see the judges look like lions, but we do not see who moves them. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Old friends are best. King James used to Old friends are best. King James used to call for his old shoes; they were the easiest for his feet. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Old friends are best. Old friends are best. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By George Selden: I guess I'm just feeling Septemberish. I guess I'm just feeling Septemberish. — George Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Those that govern most make least noise. Those that govern most make least noise. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Gentelmen heve ever been more temperate in their Gentelmen heve ever been more temperate in their religion than common people, as having more reason. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: We measure the excellency of other men by We measure the excellency of other men by some excellency we conceive to be in ourselves. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Idolatry is in a man's own thought, not Idolatry is in a man's own thought, not in the opinion of another. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Prayer should be short, without giving God Almighty Prayer should be short, without giving God Almighty reasons why he should grant this, or that; he knows best what is good for us. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Women ought not to know their own wit, Women ought not to know their own wit, because they will still be showing it, and so spoil it. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Wit and wisdom are born with a man. Wit and wisdom are born with a man. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: A king is a thing men have made A king is a thing men have made for their own sakes, for quietness sake. Just as in a family one man is appointed to buy the meat. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Every law is a contract between the king Every law is a contract between the king and the people and therefore to be kept. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: The clergy would have us believe them against The clergy would have us believe them against our own reason, as the woman would have her husband against his own eyes. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Few men make themselves masters of the things Few men make themselves masters of the things they write or speak. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By Edith Wharton: But he could never be long without trying But he could never be long without trying to find a reason for what she was doing ... — Edith Wharton
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Wise people say nothing in dangerous times. Wise people say nothing in dangerous times. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: There is no book on which we can There is no book on which we can rest in a dying moment but the Bible. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Never tell your resolution beforehand, or it's twice Never tell your resolution beforehand, or it's twice as onerous a duty. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Wit and wisdom differ; wit is upon the Wit and wisdom differ; wit is upon the sudden turn, wisdom is bringing about ends. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Ignorance of the law excuses no man. Ignorance of the law excuses no man. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By Edith Wharton: Chapter 1 Selden paused in surprise. In the Chapter 1 Selden paused in surprise. In the afternoon rush of the Grand Central Station his eyes had been refreshed — Edith Wharton
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: The law against witches does not prove there The law against witches does not prove there be any; but it punishes the malice of those people that use such means to take away men's lives. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Humility is a virtue all preach, none practice; Humility is a virtue all preach, none practice; and yet everybody is content to hear. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Casting out devils is mere juggling; they never Casting out devils is mere juggling; they never cast out any but what they first cast in. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: More solid things do not show the complexion More solid things do not show the complexion of the times so well as Ballads and Libels. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By George Selden: Talent is something rare and beautiful and precious, Talent is something rare and beautiful and precious,
and it must not be allowed to go to waste. — George Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: There was never a merry world since the There was never a merry world since the fairies left off dancing. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: Philosophy is nothing but discretion. Philosophy is nothing but discretion. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: While you are upon the earth, enjoy the While you are upon the earth, enjoy the good things that are here. — John Selden
Selden's Quotes By John Selden: The happiness of married life depends upon making The happiness of married life depends upon making small sacrifices with readiness and cheerfulness. — John Selden