William Pitt Quotes

William Pitt Quotes: Bowing, ceremonious, formal compliments, stiff civilities, will never be politeness; that must be easy, natural, unstudied; and what will give this but a mind benevolent and attentive to exert that amiable disposition in trifles to all you converse and live with?
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William Pitt Quote: The little I know of it has not served to raise my opinion of what is vulgarly called the Monied Interest; I mean, that blood-sucker, that muckworm, that calls itself the friend of government.
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Quotes about William Pitt: An eagerness and zeal for dispute on every subject, and with every one, shows great self-sufficiency, that never-failing sign of great self-ignorance.
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Quote about William Pitt: Trade increases the wealth and glory of a country; but its real strength and stamina are to be looked for among the cultivators of the land.
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William Pitt Sayings: Surely the principles of Christianity lead to action as well as meditation.
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