Edward Young

1683 - 1765

A Quote by Edward Young on good, humor, judgment, and passion

Horace appears in good humor while he censures, and therefore his censure has the more weight, as supposed to proceed from judgment and not from passion.

Edward Young (1683 - 1765)

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A Quote by Edward Young on death and nature

Man makes a death which Nature never made. And feels a thousand deaths in fearing one.

Edward Young (1683 - 1765)

Source: Night Thoughts. Night iv. Line 15 & 17.

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A Quote by Edward Young on dignity, divinity, force, gold, and virtue

What tender force, what dignity divine, what virtue consecrating every feature; around that neck what dross are gold and pearl!

Edward Young (1683 - 1765)

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A Quote by Edward Young on time

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The bell strikes one. We take no note of time But from its loss.

Edward Young (1683 - 1765)

Source: Night Thoughts. Night

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A Quote by Edward Young on grace

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For who does nothing with a better grace?

Edward Young (1683 - 1765)

Source: Love of Fame. Satire vi. Line 1. 86.

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A Quote by Edward Young on character

The man that makes a character makes foes.

Edward Young (1683 - 1765)

Source: To Mr. Pope. Epistle i. Line 28.

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A Quote by Edward Young on advice, good, influence, liberals, men, and worth

There is nothing of which men are more liberal than their good advice, be their stock of it ever so small; because it seems to carry in it an intimation of their own influence, importance or worth.

Edward Young (1683 - 1765)

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A Quote by Edward Young on affliction, good, and prosperity

Affliction is the good man's shining scene; prosperity conceals his brightest ray; as night to stars, woe lustre gives to man.

Edward Young (1683 - 1765)

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A Quote by Edward Young on blessings and heart

Amid my list of blessings infinite, stands this the foremost, "that my heart has bled."

Edward Young (1683 - 1765)

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A Quote by Edward Young on age, judgment, and silence

Age should fly concourse, cover in retreat defects of judgment, and the will subdue; walk thoughtful on the silent, solemn shore of that vast ocean it must sail so soon.

Edward Young (1683 - 1765)

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