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C.N. Douglas, comp.  Forty Thousand Quotations: Prose and Poetical.  1917.
 
Faction
 
        So false is faction, and so smooth a liar,
As that it never had a side entire.
Daniel.    
  1
        Seldom is faction’s ire in haughty minds
Extinguish’d but by death: it oft like fire
Suppress’d, breaks forth again, and blazes higher.
May.    
  2
        Avoid the politic, the factious fool,
The busy, buzzing, talking harden’d knave;
The quaint smooth rogue that sins against his reason,
Calls saucy loud sedition public zeal,
And mutiny the dictates of his spirit.
Otway.    
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