George Granville

1667 - 1735

A Quote by George Granville on mind, peace, and women

Who to a woman trusts his peace of mind, Trusts a frail bark, with a tempestuous wind.

George Granville (1667 - 1735)

Source: The British Enchanters

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A Quote by George Granville on crime

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'Tis the talk, and not the intrigue, that's the crime.

George Granville (1667 - 1735)

Source: The She Gallants

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A Quote by George Granville on certainty, generosity, love, pain, pleasure, and soul

O Love! thou bane of the most generous souls! Thou doubtful pleasure, and thou certain pain.

George Granville (1667 - 1735)

Source: Heroic Love

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A Quote by George Granville on agreement, love, and marriage

Marriage the happiest bond of love might be, If hands were only joined when hearts agree.

George Granville (1667 - 1735)

Source: The British Enchanters

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A Quote by George Granville on women and world

Of all the plagues with which the world is curst, Of every ill, a woman is the worst.

George Granville (1667 - 1735)

Source: The British Enchanters

Contributed by: Zaady

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