Quotes by Henry Giles

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No principal is so noble, as there is none more holy, than that of a true obedience.

People creep into childhood, bound into youth, sober in adulthood, and soften into old age.
Literature, as a field of glory, is an arena where a tomb may be more easily found than laurels; and as a means of support, it is the chance of chances.
A song will outlive all sermons in the memory.
The silent influence of books, is a mighty power in the world; and there is a joy in reading them known only to those who read them with desire and enthusiasm. Silent, passive, and noiseless though they be, they yet set in action countless multitudes, and change the order of nations.