Charles Caleb Colton Quote

Words indeed are but the signs and counters of knowledge, and their currency should be strictly regulated by the capital which they represent.


Remarks on the Talents of Lord Byron and the Tendencies of Don Juan (ed. 1823)

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Words indeed are but the signs and counters of knowledge, and their currency should be strictly regulated by the capital which they represent.

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Words indeed are but the signs and counters of knowledge, and their currency should be strictly regulated by the capital which they represent.

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Words indeed are but the signs and counters of knowledge, and their currency should be strictly regulated by the capital which they represent.

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Words indeed are but the signs and counters of knowledge, and their currency should be strictly regulated by the capital which they represent.