Walter Scott about speech (“Ivanhoe”, 1820) - I envy thee not thy faith, which is ever in thy mouth, but never in thy heart nor in thy practice.
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I envy thee not thy faith, which is ever in thy mouth, but never in thy heart nor in thy practice.
 Walter Scott, Ivanhoe (1820). copy citation

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