Anthony Trollope Quotes

Anthony Trollope Quotes: If we wish ourselves to be high, we should treat that which is over us as high.
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Anthony Trollope Quote: We can generally read a man's purpose towards us in his manner, if his purposes are of much moment to us.
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Quotes about Anthony Trollope: Is it not remarkable that the common repute which we all give to attorneys in the general is exactly opposite to that which every man gives to his own attorney in particular? Whom does anybody trust so implicitly as he trusts his own attorney? And yet is it not the case that the body of attorneys is supposed to be the most roguish body in existence?
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Quote about Anthony Trollope: I do like a little romance... just a sniff, as I call it, of the rocks and valleys. Of course, bread-and-cheese is the real thing. The rocks and valleys are no good at all, if you haven't got that.
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Anthony Trollope Sayings: When any body of statesmen make public asservations by one or various voices, that there is no discord among them, not a dissentient voice on any subject, people are apt to suppose that they cannot hang together much longer.
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Anthony Trollope Saying: This was Barrington Erle, a politician of long standing, who was still looked upon by many as a young man, because he had always been known as a young man, and because he had never done anything to compromise his position in that respect. He had not married, or settled himself down in a house of his own, or become subject to the gout, or given up being careful about the fitting of his clothes.
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Sayings about Anthony Trollope: I run great risk of failing. It may be that I shall encounter ruin where I look for reputation and a career of honor. The chances are perhaps more in favour of ruin than of success. But, whatever may be the chances, I shall go on as long as any means of carrying on the fight are at my disposal.
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Saying about Anthony Trollope: When it comes to money nobody should give up anything.
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Anthony Trollope Quotes: A pleasant letter I hold to be the pleasantest thing that this world has to give.
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Anthony Trollope Quote: A husband is very much like a house or a horse.
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Quotes about Anthony Trollope: We cannot bring ourselves to believe it possible that a foreigner should in any respect be wiser than ourselves. If any such point out to us our follies, we at once claim those follies as the special evidence of our wisdom.
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Quote about Anthony Trollope: Those who offend us are generally punished for the offence they give; but we so frequently miss the satisfaction of knowing that we are avenged !.
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Anthony Trollope Sayings: But mad people never die. That's a well-known fact. They've nothing to trouble them, and they live for ever.
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Anthony Trollope Saying: The happiest man is he, who being above the troubles which money brings, has his hands the fullest of work.
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Sayings about Anthony Trollope: As will so often be the case when a men has a pen in his hand. It is like a club or sledge-hammer, in using which, either for defence or attack, a man can hardly measure the strength of the blows he gives.
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Saying about Anthony Trollope: But as we do not light up our houses with our brightest lamps for all comers, so neither did she emit from her eyes their brightest sparks till special occasions for such shining had arisen.
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Anthony Trollope Quotes: A Minister can always give a reason; and, if he be clever, he can generally when doing so punish the man who asks for it. The punishing of an influential enemy is an indiscretion; but an obscure questioner may often be crushed with good effect.
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Anthony Trollope Quote: The circumstances seemed to be simple; but they who understood such matters declared that the duration of a trial depended a great deal more on the public interest felt in the matter than upon its own nature.
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