Douglas Jerrold

1803 - 1857

A Quote by Douglas Jerrold

We do not count a man's years until he has nothing else to count.

Douglas Jerrold (1803 - 1857)

Source: Old Age.

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A Quote by Douglas Jerrold

The best thing I know between France and England is the sea.

Douglas Jerrold (1803 - 1857)

Source: The Anglo-French Alliance.

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A Quote by Douglas Jerrold

The hearing ear is always found close to the speaking tongue.

Douglas Jerrold (1803 - 1857)

Source: English Traits. Race.

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A Quote by Douglas Jerrold on earth, heaven, and life

The life of the husbandman,-a life fed by the bounty of earth and sweetened by the airs of heaven.

Douglas Jerrold (1803 - 1857)

Source: The Husbandman's Life.

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A Quote by Douglas Jerrold

The manly part is to do with might and main what you can do.

Douglas Jerrold (1803 - 1857)

Source: The Conduct of Life. Wealth.

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A Quote by Douglas Jerrold on garden

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The nobleman of the garden.

Douglas Jerrold (1803 - 1857)

Source: The Pineapple.

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A Quote by Douglas Jerrold

The passages of Shakespeare that we most prize were never quoted until within this century.

Douglas Jerrold (1803 - 1857)

Source: Quotation and Originality.

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A Quote by Douglas Jerrold on silence

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The silent organ loudest chants The master's requiem.

Douglas Jerrold (1803 - 1857)

Source: Dirge.

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A Quote by Douglas Jerrold on aim, heart, and women

The surest way to hit a woman's heart is to take aim kneeling.

Douglas Jerrold (1803 - 1857)

Source: Douglas Jerrold's Wit.

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A Quote by Douglas Jerrold on people, pleasure, and work

The ugliest of trades have their moments of pleasure. Now, if I were a grave-digger, or even a hangman, there are some people I could work for with a great deal of enjoyment.

Douglas Jerrold (1803 - 1857)

Source: Ugly Trades.

Contributed by: Zaady

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