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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: 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: 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 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: 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: 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
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 John Selden: Old friends are best. Old friends are best. — 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: 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: 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 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: 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 John Selden: Money makes a man laugh. Money makes a man laugh. — 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