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John Smith Quotes & Sayings
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Last updated Apr 2021
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Law And Lawyers
T the ships stayed, our allowance was somewhat bettered, by a daily proportion of biscuit, which the sailors would pilfer to sell, give, or exchange with us for money, sassafras, furs, or love.
Tis known Iones fancies no additions but his own; Nor need we stir our brains for glorious stuff To paint his praise, himself hath done enough.
Here are mountaines, hills, planes, valleys, rivers, and brooks, all running most pleasantly into a faire Bay, compassed but for the mouth, with fruitfull and delightsome land.
He who does not work, Does not eat.
Heaven & earth never agreed better to frame a place for mans habitation; were it fully manured and inhabited by industrious people.
Let all me have as much freedom in reason as may be, and true dealing, for it is the greatest comfort you can give them, where the very name of servitude will breed much ill blood, and become odious to God and man.
Then seeing that we are not borne for our selves, but each to helpe other, and our abilities are much alike at the houre of our birth, and the minute of our death: Seeing our good deeds, or our badde, by faith in Christs merits, is all we have to carrie our soules to heaven, or hell: Seeing honour is our lives ambition; and our ambition after death, to have have an honorable memorie of our life: and seeing noe meanes wee would bee abated of the dignities and glories of our Predecessors; let us imitate their virtues to be worthily their successors.
Honor is our lives ambition.
I call them my children for they have been my wife, my hawks, my hounds, my cards, my dice and in totall, my best content, as indifferent to my heart as my left hand to my right.
History is the memory of time, the life of the dead and the happiness of the living.
You must obey this now for a Law, that he that will not worke shall not eate (except by sickness he be disabled:) for the labors of thirtie or fortie honest and industrious men shall not be consumed to maintaine an hundred and fiftie idle loyterers
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