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I can only say that politics, like misery, 'bring a man acquainted with strange bedfellows.'
Countless the various species of mankind, Countless the shades which sep'rate mind from mind; No general object of desire is known, Each has his will, and each pursues his own.
A woman scorn'd is pitiless as fate,
For then the dread of shame adds stings to hate.
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Whoever you are — I have always depended on the kindness of strangers.
December 31, 1826
William Gifford was an English critic, editor and poet, famous as a satirist and controversialist.
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