Facts about William Shenstone

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William Shenstone was a famous Poet from England, who lived between November 13, 1714 and February 11, 1763.

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He/she is born under the zodiac scorpio, who is known for Transient, Self-Willed, Purposeful, Unyielding. Our collection contains 25 quotes who is written / told by William, under the main topic Patriotism.

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Famous quotes by William Shenstone (25)


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"What leads to unhappiness, is making pleasure the chief aim"
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"Virtues, like essences, lose their fragrance when exposed"
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"There is nothing more universally commended than a fine day; the reason is that people can commend it without envy"
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"Anger is a great force. If you control it, it can be transmuted into a power which can move the whole world"
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"A miser grows rich by seeming poor; an extravagant man grows poor by seeming rich"
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"The lines of poetry, the period of prose, and even the texts of Scripture most frequently recollected and quoted, are those which are felt to be preeminently musical"
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"Laws are generally found to be nets of such a texture, as the little creep through, the great break through, and the middle-sized are alone entangled in it"
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"His knowledge of books had in some degree diminished his knowledge of the world"
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"A man has generally the good or ill qualities, which he attributes to mankind"
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"A liar begins with making falsehood appear like truth, and ends with making truth itself appear like falsehood"
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"Poetry and consumption are the most flattering of diseases"
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"The world may be divided into people that read, people that write, people that think, and fox-hunters"
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"The regard one shows economy, is like that we show an old aunt who is to leave us something at last"
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"The eye must be easy, before it can be pleased"
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"Jealousy is the fear or apprehension of superiority: envy our uneasiness under it"
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"The best time to frame an answer to the letters of a friend, is the moment you receive them. Then the warmth of friendship, and the intelligence received, most forcibly cooperate"
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"Second thoughts oftentimes are the very worst of all thoughts"
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"Grandeur and beauty are so very opposite, that you often diminish the one as you increase the other. Variety is most akin to the latter, simplicity to the former"
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"Every good poet includes a critic, but the reverse is not true"
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"The proper means of increasing the love we bear our native country is to reside some time in a foreign one"
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"Zealous men are ever displaying to you the strength of their belief, while judicious men are showing you the grounds of it"
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"Hope is a flatterer, but the most upright of all parasites; for she frequents the poor man's hut, as well as the palace of his superior"
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"Every single instance of a friend's insincerity increases our dependence on the efficacy of money"
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"A fool and his words are soon parted"
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"The proper means of increasing the love we bear our native country is to reside some time in a foreign one"


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