PEEL, Sir Robert Quotes
(1788-1850), English statesman
Agitation is the marshalling of the conscience of a nation to mould its laws.
In every village there will arise some miscreant, to establish the most grinding tyranny by calling himself the people.
Take my word for it, it is not prudent to trust yourself to any man who does not believe in a God or in a future after death.
I never knew a man escape failures, in either mind or body, who worked seven days in a week.