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James Wood, comp. Dictionary of Quotations. 1899.

W. B. Clulow

Error is sometimes so nearly allied to truth that it blends with it as imperceptibly as the colours of the rainbow fade into each other.

I would rather be the author of one original thought than conqueror of a hundred battles.

Language is properly the servant of thought, but not unfrequently it becomes its master.

Scandal is the sport of its authors, the dread of fools, and the contempt of the wise.