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C.N. Douglas, comp.  Forty Thousand Quotations: Prose and Poetical.  1917.
 
John B. Gough
 
  A man is what he is, not what men say he is. His character no man can touch. His character is what he is before his God and his Judge; and only himself can damage that. His reputation is what men say he is. That can be damaged; but reputation is for time, character is for eternity.  1
  A man’s enemies have no power to harm him, if he is true to himself and loyal to God.  2
  Intemperance weaves the winding-sheet of souls.  3
  The evil of infatuation is illustrated by the drunkard.  4
  What you learn from bad habits and in bad society you will never forget, and it will be a lasting pang to you.  5
 
 
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