CROLY, George Quotes
(1780-1860), English poet and divine
Christianity has no ceremonial.—It has forms, for forms are essential, to order; but it disdains the folly of attempting to reinforce the religion of the heart by the antics of the body or mind.
The flowers are nature's jewels, with whose wealth she decks her summer beauty.
All history is but a romance, unless it is studied as an example.