Augustus John Cuthbert Hare (13 March 1834 – 22 January 1903) was an English writer and raconteur. Hare was the author of a large number of books, which fall into two classes: biographies of members and connections of his family, and descriptive and historical accounts of various countries and cities.
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A man prone to suspect evil is mostly looking in his neighbor for what he sees in himself.
It is with flowers as with moral qualities, the bright are sometimes poisonous, but I believe never the sweet.
Crimes sometimes shock us too much, vices almost always too little.
What hypocrites we seem to be whenever we talk of ourselves! Our words sound so humble while our hearts are so proud.
The virtue of paganism was strength, the virtue of Christianity is obedience.
Nothing good bursts forth all at once. The lightning may dart out of a black cloud, but the day sends his bright heralds before him to prepare the world for his coming.