Henry Theodore Tuckerman Quotes

Henry Theodore Tuckerman Quotes: Had we a privilege of calling up by the power of memory only such passages as were pleasing, unmixed with such as were disagreeable, we might then excite at pleasure an ideal happiness, perhaps more poignant than actual sensation.
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Henry Theodore Tuckerman Quote: Society is the offspring of leisure; and to acquire this forms the only rational motive for accumulating wealth, notwithstanding the cant that prevails on the subject of labor.
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Quotes about Henry Theodore Tuckerman: There is a policy in manner. I have heard one, not inexperienced in the pursuit of fame, give it his earnest support, as being the surest passport to absolute and brilliant success.
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Quote about Henry Theodore Tuckerman: Do not give to thy friends the most agreeable counsels, but the most advantageous.
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Henry Theodore Tuckerman Sayings: To a nice ear, the quality of a voice is singularly affecting. Its depth seems to be allied to feeling; at least, the contralto notes alone give an adequate sense of pathos. They are born near the heart.
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Henry Theodore Tuckerman Saying: Travel gives a character of experience to our knowledge, and brings the figures on the tablet of memory into strong relief.
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