|Robert Christy, comp. Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages. 1887.|
|A boot from my own country let it even be patched. Modern Greek.|| 1|
|A brave and generous mind will shun no danger to save his prince and country. Turkish Spy.|| 2|
|A good citizen owes his life to his country. Russian.|| 3|
|A patriot is a fool in every age. Pope.|| 4|
|And for a country tis a bliss to die. Homer.|| 5|
|In such an enterprise, to die is rather|
The dawn of an eternal day, than death. Byron.
|Patriotism is the last refuge of a scoundrel. Johnson.|| 7|
|Patriotism must be founded on great principles and supported by great virtue. Bolingbroke.|| 8|
|Protection and patriotism are reciprocal. Calhoun.|| 9|
|There is always a clinging to the land of ones birth. Hans Andersen.|| 10|
|Tis sweet to die for ones country.|| 11|
|True patriots we, for be it understood,|
We left our country for our countrys good. Barrington, of the people of Botany Bay.