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C.N. Douglas, comp.  Forty Thousand Quotations: Prose and Poetical.  1917.
 
Wellington
 
  A great country can have no such thing as a little war.  1
  Error is ever the sequence of haste.  2
  Extra interest signifies extra risk.  3
  Habit is ten times nature.  4
  I mistrust the judgment of every man in a case in which his own wishes are concerned.  5
  Rashness is oftener the resort of cowardice than of courage.  6
  Take my word for it, if you had seen but one day of war, you would pray to Almighty God that you might never see such a thing again.  7
  The Lord’s Prayer contains the sum total of religion and morals.  8
  The next dreadful thing to a battle lost is a battle won.  9
  Troops would never be deficient in courage, if they could only know how deficient in it their enemies were.  10
  When one begins to turn in bed, it is time to get up.  11
 
 
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