Frances Burney Famous Quotes & Sayings

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9 Frances Burney Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Frances Burney Sayings: There is something in age that ever, even in its own despite, must be venerable, There is something in age that ever, even in its own despite, must be venerable, must create respect and to have it ill treated, is to me worse, more cruel and wicked than anything on earth.
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Frances Burney Sayings: The mind is but too naturally prone to pleasure, but too easily yielded to dissipation. The mind is but too naturally prone to pleasure, but too easily yielded to dissipation.
Frances Burney Sayings: To whom, then, must I dedicate my wonderful, surprising and interesting adventures? to whom dare To whom, then, must I dedicate my wonderful, surprising and interesting adventures? to whom dare I reveal my private opinion of my nearest relations? the secret thoughts of my dearest friends? my own hopes, fears, reflections and dislikes? Nobody!
Frances Burney Sayings: Peace to the spirits of my honored parents, respected be their remains, and immortalized their Peace to the spirits of my honored parents, respected be their remains, and immortalized their virtues! may time, while it moulders their frail relicks to dust, commit to tradition the record of their goodness...
Frances Burney Sayings: A youthful mind is seldom totally free from ambition; to curb that, is the first A youthful mind is seldom totally free from ambition; to curb that, is the first step to contentment, since to diminish expectation is to increase enjoyment.
Frances Burney Sayings: People who live together naturally catch the looks and air of one another and without People who live together naturally catch the looks and air of one another and without having one feature alike, they contract a something in the whole countenance which strikes one as a resemblance.
Frances Burney Sayings: We continually say things to support an opinion, which we have given, that in reality We continually say things to support an opinion, which we have given, that in reality we don't above half mean.
Frances Burney Sayings: Insensibility, of all kinds, and on all occasions, most moves my imperial displeasure. Insensibility, of all kinds, and on all occasions, most moves my imperial displeasure.
Frances Burney Sayings: I cannot be much pleased without an appearance of truth; at least of possibility I I cannot be much pleased without an appearance of truth; at least of possibility I wish the history to be natural though the sentiments are refined; and the characters to be probable, though their behaviour is excelling.