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EDITOR.

EDUCATION.

EGOTISM.

ELFX1ANCE.

ELOQUENCE.

EMPIRE.

EMPLOYMENT.

EMULATION.

ENCOURAGEMENT.

ENDURANCE.

ENEMIES.

ENERGY.

ENJOYMENT.

ENNUI.

ENTERPRISE.

ENTHUSIASM.

ENVY.

EQUALITY.

EQUANIMITY.

EQUITY.

EQUIVOCATION.

ERROR.

ESTEEM.

ESTIMATION.

ETERNITY.

ETHICS.

EVASION.

EVENING.

EVIL.

EVIL-SPEAKING.

EXAGGERATION.

EXAMPLE.

EXCELLENCE.

EXCELSIOR.

EXCEPTIONS.

EXCESS.

EXCUSE.

EXERCISE.

EXPECTATION.

EXPEDIENCY.

EXPERIENCE.

EXTENUATION.

EXTRAVAGANCE.

EXTREMES.

EYES.

F.

FACE.

FACT.

FAILURE.

FAITH

FALSEHOOD.

FAME

FAMILIARITY.

FANATICISM

FANCY.

FAREWELL.

FASHION.

FATE.

FAULTS.

FEAR.

FEELINGS.

FICKLENESS.

FICTION.

FIDELITY.

FIRMNESS.

FLATTERY.

FLOWERS.

FOE.

FOOLISHNESS.

FOOLS.

FOOTSTEPS.

FOPPERY.

FORBEARANCE.

FORCE

FORETHOUGHT

FOKGETPULNESS.

FORGIVENESS.

FORTITUDE.

FORTUNE.

FRAILTY.

FRANCE

FRANKNESS.

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FRIENDSHIP.
FRUGALITY.
FUN.

FUTURITY.

G.

GALLANTRY.

GAMBLING.

GAYETY.

GENEROSITY.

GENIUS.

GENTILITY.

GENTLEMAN.

GENTLENESS.

GIBBET.

GIFTS.

GLADNESS.

GLOOM.

GLORY.

GLUTTONY.

GOD.

OOD-LIKE.
GOLD.

GOOD-BREEDING.

GOOD-NATURE.

GOODNESS.

GOOD-TASTE.

GOSPEL.

GOSSIP.

GOVERNMENT.

GRACE.

GRAMMAR.

GRANDEUR.

GRATITUDE.

GRAVE.

GRAVITY.

GREATNESS.

GREETING.

GRIEF.

GRUMBLING.

GUILE.

GUILT.

GUNPOWDER.

H.

HABIT.

HAIR.

HAND.

HANDSOME.

HAPPINESS.

HARMONY.

HARVEST.

HASTE.

H .TRED.

HEAD.

HEALTH.

HEART.

HEARTIJ2SSNESS.

HEAVEN.

HEIRS.

HERALDRY.

HEREAFTER.

HERO

HEROISM.

HISTORY.

HOBBY.

HOLIDAY.

HOLINESS.

HOME.

HOMELINESS.
HONESTY.
HONOR.
HOPE.

HORSEMANSHIP.

HOSPITALITY.

HUMANITY.

HUMAN NATURE.

HUMILITY.

HUMOR.

HYPOCRISY.

L

IDEAL
IDEAS.

IDLENESS.
IGNORANCE.
ILL-NATURE.
ILLS.

ILLUSION.

ILL-WILL.

IMAGINATION.

IMITATION.

IMMODESTY.

IMMORTALITY.

IMPATIENCE.

IMPERFECTION.

IMPOSITION.

IMPOSSIBILITY.

IMPRISONMENT.

IMPROVEMENT.

IMPROVIDENCE.

IMPUDENCE.

IMPULSE

INCONSISTENCY.

INCONSTANCY.

INCREDULITY.

INDECISION.

INDEPENDENCE.

INDIFFERENCE.

INDISCRETION.

INDIVIDUALITY.

INDOLENCE.

INDUSTRY.

INFAMY.

INFIDELITY.

INFINITE.

INFLUENCE.

INGRATITUDE.

INHERITANCE

INJURY.

INJUSTICE.

INNOCENCE

INNOVATION.

INQUISITIVENESS.

INSENSIBILITY.

INSPIRATION.

INSTINCT.

INS1 RUCTION.

INSULT.

INTELLECT.

INTELLIGENCE.

INTEMPERANCE.

INTENTIONS.

INTEREST

INTERFERENCE.

INTOLERANCE.

INTRIGUE.

INTUITION.

INVENTION.

IRONY

ISOLATION.

J.

JEALOUSY.

JEERING.

JESTING.

JEWELS.

JOY

JUDGMENT.
JUSTICE.

K.

KINDNESS.

KINGS.

KISSF3.

KNAVERY.

KNOWLEDGE.

L.

LABOR

LANDSCAPE.

LANGUAGE.

LAUGHTER.

LAW.

LEARNING&
LEISURE.
LENDING.
LENITY.

letters.

LEVITY.

LIBERA LITY.

LIBERTY.

LIBRARY.

LICENSE.

LICENTIOUSNESS.

LIFE.

LIGHT.

LITERATURE.

LOGIC.

LOQUACITY.

LOSSES

LOVE.

LOWLINESS.

LUCK.

LUST.

LUXURY.

LYING.

M.

MACHINERY.

MAIDENHOOD.

MADNESS.

MAGNANIMITY.

MAJORITY.

MALICE.

MAMMON.

MAN.

MANAGEMENT.

MANNERS.

MARTYRS.

MASTER.

MATRIMONY.

MEANNESS.

MEDICINE.

MEDIOCRITY.

MEDITATION.

MEET INC.

MELANCHOLY.

MEMORY.

MENDICANTS.

MERCY.

MERIT.

METAPHOR

METAPHYSICS.

METHOD.

MIDNIGHT.

MIND

MINORITY.

MIRACLE.

MIRTH.

MISANTHROPY.

MISCHIEF.

MISER.

MISERY.

MISFORTUNE.

MISTAKE

MISTRUST.

MOB.

MODFIRATION.

MODESTY.

MONEY.

MONOMANIA.

MONUMENTS.

MOON.

MOONLIGHT.

MORALITY.

MORNING.

MOROSENESS.

MORTALITY.

MOSSES.

MOTHER.

MOTIVE.

MUNIFICENCE.

MURDER.

MUSIC

MUTABILITY.

MYSTERY.

MYTHOLOGY.

N.

NAME.

NATIONALITY
NATIVE LAND.

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SUBLIMITY.

SUBORDINATION.

SUBTLETY.

SUCCESS.
SUICIDE.
SUN.
SUNSET.

SUPERFLUITIES.

SUPERSTITION.

SUSPICION.

SURETY.

SWORD.

SYMPATHY.

SYSTEM.

TABLE-TALK.

TACT.

TALENT.

TALKING.

TASTE

TATTLING.

TAVERN.

TAXES

TEACHING.

TEARS.

TEMPER

TEMPERANCE

TEMPTATION.

TENDERNESS.

TERROR

TESTIMONY.

THANKS.

THEFT.

THEOLOGY.

THEORIES.

THOUOHT.

THOUGHTLESSNESS.

THREATS

THUNDER

TIME

TIMIDITY.

TITLE.

TOIL.

TOLERATION.
TOMB.

TO-MORROW.

TONGUE.

TRADE

TRADITION.

TRAGEDY.

TRAVEL.

TREACHERY.

TREASON.

TREES.

TRIALS.

TRIFLES.

TRIUMPH.

TROUBLES.

TRUST.

TRUTH.

TWILIGHT.

TYPE

TYRANNY.

UGLINESS

UN RELIEF.

UNCERTAINTY.

UNCOUTHNESS.

UNDERSTANDING).

UNDERTAKING.

UNEASINESS.

UNFAITHFULNESS.

UNFORTUNATE.

UNGRATEFULNESS.

UNHAPPINESS.

UNION.

UNKINDNESS.

UNSEASONABLENESS

USB.

USEFULNESS.

USURER.

UTILITY.

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ENCYCLOPEDIA OF QUOTATIONS.

A.

ABILITY.

The art of being able to make a good use of moderate abilities wins esteem, and often confers more reputation than real merit.—

Rochefoucauld.

Men are often capable of greater things than they perform. They are sent into the world with bills of credit, and seldom draw to their fall extent.— Walpole.

The foree of his own merit makes his way, a gift that Heaven gives for him.—Shakespeare.

The abilities of a man must fall short on one side or other, like too scanty a blanket when you are abed: if you pull it upon your shoulders, you leave your feet bare; if you thrust it down upon your feet, your shoulders are uncovered.—Sir W. Temple.

The height of ability consists in a thorough knowledge of the real value of things, and of the genius of the age we live in.—Rochefoucauld.

An able man shows his spirit by gentle words and resolute actions; he is neither hot nor timid.—Chesterfield.

No man's abilities are so remarkably shining, as not to stand in need of a proper opportunity, a patron, and even the praises of a friend, to recommend them to the notice "of the world.—Pliny.

Some persons of weak understanding are so sensible of that weakness, as to be able to make a good use of it.—Rochefoucauld.

ABSENCE.

T is ever common, that men are merriest when they are from home.—Shakespeare.

Distance of time and place do generally cure what they seem to aggravate; and taking leave of our friends resembles taking leave of the world, concerning which it hath been often said that it is not death, but dying, which is terrible.

Fielding.

The joy of meeting pays the pangs of abce; else who could bear it ?—Rowe.

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All flowers will droop in absence of the sun that waked their sweets.—Dryden.

What vigor absence adds to love!—Flatman.

I am not sure if the ladies understand the full value of the influence of absence, nor do I think it wise to teach it them, lest, like the Clelias and Mandanes of yore, they should resume the humor of sending their lovers into banishment. Distance, in truth, produces in idea the same effect as in real perspective. Objects are softened, and rounded, and rendered doubly graceful; the harsher and more ordinary points of character are mellowed down, and those by which it is remembered are the more striking outlines that mark sublimity, grace, or beauty.

Walter Scott.

Absent in body, but present in spirit.—Bible.

Absence diminishes moderate passions and augments great ones, as the wind extinguishes candles and kindles the fire.—Rochefoucauld.

The absent are never without fault, nor the present without excuse.—Franklin.

Absence, like death, sets a seal on the image of those we have loved; we cannot realize the intervening changes which time may have effected.—Goldsmith.

Oar souls much farther than our eyes can see.—Michael Drayton.

I find the attraction of love is in an inverse proportion to the attraction of the Newtonian philosophy. Every mile-stone that marked my progress from Clarinda awakened the keener pang of attachment.—Burns.

Love reckons hours for months, and days for years; and every little absence is an age.—

Dryden.

Distance sometimes endears friendship, and absence sweeteneth it.—Howell.

Give me to drink mandragora, that I might sleep out this great gap of time my Antony is away.—Shakespeare.

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