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Nevertheless, if a man is to tell only what he thought and did, and not what came around him, he must not mention his own clothes.... And more than my own clothes to me...are the works of nature round about, whereof a man is the smallest.
Jul 22, 2010 10:38AM
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How truly we discern clear justice, and how well we deal it! If any poor man steals a sheep, having 10 children starving...to the gallows with him. If a man of rank beats down a door, smites the owner upon the head, and honours the wife with attention, it is a thing to be grateful for, and to slouch smitten head the lower.
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The three learned professions live by roguery on the three parts of a man. The doctor mauls our bodies; the parson starves our souls; but the lawyer must be the adroitest knave, for he has to ensnare our minds.
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Right glad they were to see us again - not for the pleasure of carrying, but because a horse (like a woman) lacks, and is better without, self-reliance.
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But whatever lives or dies, business must be attended to; and the principal business of good Christians is, beyond all controversy, to fight with one another.
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