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C.N. Douglas, comp.  Forty Thousand Quotations: Prose and Poetical.  1917.
 
Rogue
 
  The rogue has everywhere the advantage.
Goethe.    
  1
  One rogue leads another.
Homer.    
  2
  Great rogues hang the little ones.
Mazarin.    
  3
  When rogues fall out honest men get their own.
Sir M. Hale.    
  4
  There is no den in the wide world to hide a rogue.
Emerson.    
  5
  Rogues are prone to find things before they are lost.
Douglas Jerrold.    
  6
  Roguery is thought by some to be cunning and laughable: it is neither; it is devilish.
Carlyle.    
  7
  There is nothing but roguery to be found in villanous men.
Shakespeare.    
  8
  Many a man would have turned rogue if he knew how.
Hazlitt.    
  9
  Rogues in rags are kept in countenance by rogues in ruffles.
Pope.    
  10
  After a long experience of the world, I affirm, before God, I never knew a rogue who was not unhappy.
Junius.    
  11
  Rogues are always found out in some way. Whoever is a wolf will act like a wolf, that is most certain.
La Fontaine.    
  12
  An honest man you may form of windle-straws, but to make a rogue you must have grist.
Schiller.    
  13
  Make yourself an honest man, and then you may be sure that there is one rascal less in the world.
Carlyle.    
  14
  I have known men who have been sold and bought a hundred times, who have only got very fat and very comfortable in the process of exchange.
Ouida.    
  15
 
 
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