I admire him Cecil Rhodes, I frankly confess it and when his time comes I shall buy a piece of the rope for a keepsake.
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There is no use in walking five miles to fish when you can depend on being just as unsuccessful near home.
I was sorry to have my name mentioned among the great authors because they have a sad habit of dying off
I think I can say, and say with pride, that we have some legislatures that bring higher prices than any in the world
What ought to be done to the man who invented the celebrating of anniversaries Mere killing would be too light.
If there was two birds sitting on a fence, he would bet you which one would fly first.
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