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Grocott & Ward, comps.  Grocott’s Familiar Quotations, 6th ed.  189-?.
 
Conscience
 
There is one court whose “findings” are incontrovertible, and whose sessions are held in the chambers of our own breast.
        Hosea Ballou.—MSS.: Sermons.
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God is in the word ought, and therefore it outweighs all but God.
        Joseph Cook.—Boston Monday Lectures: Unexplored Remainders in Conscience. Lecture.
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Our secret thoughts are rarely heard except in secret. No man knows what conscience is until he understands what solitude can teach him concerning it.
        Joseph Cook.—Boston Monday Lectures: Is Conscience Infallible? Lecture.
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The Unknown is an ocean. What is conscience? The compass of the Unknown.
        Joseph Cook.—Boston Monday Lectures: The Laughter of the Soul at Itself. Lecture.
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