Malice scorned, puts out itself; but argued, give a kind of credit to a false accusation.
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Death hath a thousand doors to let out life: I shall find one.
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He that would govern others, first should be Master of himself.
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Be wise; soar not too high to fall; but stoop to rise.
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True dignity is never gained by place, and never lost when honors are withdrawn.
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Ambition, in a private man is a vice, is in a prince the virtue.
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He is not valiant that dares die, but he that boldly bears calamity.
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I had not to this time subsisted, but that I was supported by your frequent courtesies and favours.
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Let us love temperately, things violent last not.
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Many good purposes lie in the churchyard.
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Patience, the beggar's virtue, shall find no harbor here.
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To doubt is worse than to have lost; and to despair is but to antedate those miseries that must fall on us.
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