Sensible men show their sense by saying much in few words. — If noble actions are the substance of life, good sayings are its ornament and guide.
Public opinion, or public sentiment, is able to sustain, or to pull down any law of the commonwealth.
No man has a right to do as he pleases, except when he pleases to do right.
Deny first-truths, and reasoning is void. If an opponent denies them, we can only add: “Be not as the horse and the mule, who have no understanding.”
The thoughtless tattling tongue often murders the peace, and blights the good name of others, as surely and wickedly as if inflamed by malice.
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