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C.N. Douglas, comp.  Forty Thousand Quotations: Prose and Poetical.  1917.
 
Granville
 
  A thousand fears still overawe when she appears.  1
  Shall Nature, erring from her first command, self-preservation, fall by her own hand?  2
  The radiant sun sends from above ten thousand blessings down, nor is he set so high for show alone.  3
  What we frankly give, forever is our own.  4
  Who would with care some happy fiction frame, so mimics truth it looks the very same.  5
  Wycherley in his writings is the sharpest satirist of his time, but in his nature he has all the softness of the tenderest dispositions. In his writings he is severe, bold, undertaking; in his nature, gentle, modest, inoffensive.  6
 
 
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