Thomas Noon Talfourd Famous Quotes & Sayings

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9 Thomas Noon Talfourd Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Thomas Noon Talfourd Sayings: The mysteries of Nature and of humanity are not lessened, but increased, by the discoveries The mysteries of Nature and of humanity are not lessened, but increased, by the discoveries of philosophic skill.
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Thomas Noon Talfourd Sayings: Gentleman is a term which does not apply to any station, but to the mind Gentleman is a term which does not apply to any station, but to the mind and the feelings in every station.
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Thomas Noon Talfourd Sayings: Tis a little thing To give a cup of water; yet its draught of cool Tis a little thing To give a cup of water; yet its draught of cool refreshment, drain'd by fever'd lips, May give a shock of pleasure to the frame More exquisite than when nectarean juice Renews the life of joy in happiest hours.
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Thomas Noon Talfourd Sayings: It is a little thing to speak a phrase of common comfort, which by daily It is a little thing to speak a phrase of common comfort, which by daily use has almost lost its sense; yet on the ear of him who thought to die unmourned it will fall like choicest music.
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Thomas Noon Talfourd Sayings: So his life has flowedFrom its mysterious urn a sacred stream,In whose calm depth the So his life has flowed
From its mysterious urn a sacred stream,
In whose calm depth the beautiful and pure
Alone are mirrored; which, though shapes of ill
May hover round its surface, glides in light,
And takes no shadow from them.
Thomas Noon Talfourd Sayings: Sympathy is the first great lesson which man should learn. It will be ill for Sympathy is the first great lesson which man should learn. It will be ill for him if he proceeds no farther; if his emotions are but excited to roll back on his heart, and to be fostered in luxurious quiet. But unless he learns to feel for things in which he has no personal interest, he can achieve nothing generous or noble.
Thomas Noon Talfourd Sayings: Fill the seats of justice with good men, not so absolute in goodness as to Fill the seats of justice with good men, not so absolute in goodness as to forget what human frailty is.
Thomas Noon Talfourd Sayings: To him who has thought, or done, or suffered much, the level days of his To him who has thought, or done, or suffered much, the level days of his childhood seem at an immeasureable distance, far off as the age of chivalry, or as the line of Sesostris.
Thomas Noon Talfourd Sayings: In ourselvesIn our own honest hearts and chainless handsWill be our safeguard In ourselvesIn our own honest hearts and chainless handsWill be our safeguard