“—Sir Walter Scott, Quentin Durward.]
351.—We have much trouble to break with one, when we no longer are in love.
352.—We almost always are bored with persons with whom we should not be bored. 353.—A gentleman may love like a lunatic, but not like a beast.
354.—There are certain defects which well mounted glitter like virtue itself.
355.—Sometimes we lose friends for whose loss our regret is greater than our grief, and others for whom our grief is greater than our regret.”