A little skill in antiquity inclines a man to Popery.
Charity begins at home, but should not end there.
An ounce of cheerfulness is worth a pound of sadness to serve God with.
Many come to bring their clothes to church rather than themselves.
Let him who expects one class of society to prosper in the highest degree, while the other is in distress, try whether one side ;of the face can smile while the other is pinched.
Compliments cost nothing, yet many pay dear for them.
Contentment consist not in adding more fuel, but in taking away some fire.
Slight small injuries, and they will become none at all.
The more wit the less courage.
All doors open to courtesy.
Search not a wound too deep lest thou make a new one.
With foxes we must play the fox.
Debt is the worst poverty.
Despair gives courage to a coward.
An invincible determination can accomplish almost anything and in this lies the great distinction between great men and little men.