There is no secret so close as that between a rider and his horse.
More people are flattered into virtue than bullied out of vice.
There are three sorts of lawyers - able, unable and lamentable.
Some think that people come to a ball to do nothing but dance; whereas everyone knows that the real business of a ball is to look out for a wife, to look after a wife, or to look after someone else's wife.
Women never look so well as when one comes in wet and dirty from hunting.
Life would be very pleasant if it were not for its enjoyments.
It ar'n't that I loves the fox less, but that I loves the 'ound more.
The horse loves the hound, and I loves both.
Better be killed than frightened to death.
The supply of good fellows is by no means in excess of the demand. A man has only to hoist the flag of hospitality to insure a very considerable amount of custom.
It is an inwariable rule with the dealers to praise the bad points and let the good 'uns speak for themselves.
No one knows how ungentlemanly he can look, until he has seen himself in a shocking bad hat.
The country has its charms-cheapness for one.
There is no secret closer than what passes between a man and his horse
No man rides harder than my Lord Scamperdale - always goes as if he had a spare neck in his pocket.
The only infallible rule we know is, that the man who is always talking about being a gentleman never is one.
Three things I never lends - my 'oss, my wife, and my name.
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