Samuel Foote Quotes

One who preserves all the exterior decencies of ignorance.

Born in a cellar and living in a garret.

For as the old saying is When house and land are gone and spent Then learning is most excellent.

He is not only dull in himself but the cause of dullness in others.

Death and the dice level all distinctions.

He who is good at excuses is generally good for nothing else.

Woman I tell you is a microcosm; and rightly to rule her requires as great talents as to govern a state.