Walter Scott Quote

I did not myself set a high estimation on wealth, and had the affectation of most young men of lively imagination, who suppose that they can better dispense with the possession of money, than resign their time and faculties to the labour necessary to acquire it.


Novels: With All His Introductions & Notes (ed. 1854)

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I did not myself set a high estimation on wealth, and had the affectation of most young men of lively imagination, who suppose that they can better...

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I did not myself set a high estimation on wealth, and had the affectation of most young men of lively imagination, who suppose that they can better...

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I did not myself set a high estimation on wealth, and had the affectation of most young men of lively imagination, who suppose that they can better...

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I did not myself set a high estimation on wealth, and had the affectation of most young men of lively imagination, who suppose that they can better...