C.N. Douglas, comp. Forty Thousand Quotations: Prose and Poetical. 1917.


Blood is a juice of rarest quality.


There is no caste in blood.

Edwin Arnold.

Blood follows blood.

De Foe.

Some kind of pace may be got out of the veriest jade by the near prospect of oats; but the thoroughbred has the spur in his blood.


Noble blood! bah! What blood is more noble or so pure as that of the lion? And yet he is only a brute. It is merit, education and virtue, not blood, that lift man above the level of the brutes.

Michael le Faucheur.