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  • Benjamin Franklin King, Jr. (1857–1894) was an American humorist and poet whose work published under the names Ben King or the pseudonym Bow Hackley achieved
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  • Nothing to wear but clothes, To keep one from going nude. Benjamin Franklin King, Jr., The Pessimist as quoted in Hoyt's New Cyclopedia Of Practical
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  • Benjamin Franklin (17 January 1706 – 17 April 1790) was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. A renowned polymath, Franklin was a leading
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  • that seldom happen, as by little advantages that occur every day. ~ Benjamin Franklin (born 17 January 1706) selected by Kalki 2007 Those who would give
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  • an Enemy. Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard's Almanack (1739). Who judges best of a Man, his Enemies or himself? Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard's Almanack
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  • Country.” Benjamin Franklin, letter to David Hartley (December 4, 1789); reported in Albert H. Smyth, ed., The Writings of Benjamin Franklin, (1907), volume10
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  • long and generally approved. Benjamin Franklin, letter to Benjamin Vaughan, March 14, 1785. The Writings of Benjamin Franklin, ed. Albert H. Smyth, vol.
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  • Experience keeps a dear school, but fools will learn in no other. Benjamin Franklin, Maxims prefixed to Poor Richard's Almanac (1757). Experience is
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  • Ki-moon, Ban King, Basil King, Benjamin Franklin, Jr. King, Carole King, Charles D. B. King, Coretta Scott King, Florence King, Jonathan King, Martin Luther
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  • Liberty nor Safety. Benjamin Franklin, Pennsylvania Assembly: Reply to the Governor, November 11, 1755. The Papers of Benjamin Franklin, ed. Leonard W. Labaree
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  • three faithful friends, an old wife, an old dog, and ready money. Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard's Almanack (1734). You see, Mr. Simpson—a man, well
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  • obtain a little temporary safety, deserve neither liberty nor safety. Benjamin Franklin, in personal memoirs (1775) The society that puts equality before
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  • Attributed to Benjamin Franklin Autobiography. These words do not appear in Franklin's Autobiography or any other work of his. Attribution to Franklin may date
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  • most righteous war. Idea used by Butler in the Rump Parliament, by Benjamin Franklin, in letter to Quincey (11 September 1773), Bishop Colet, St. Paul's
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  • formed with seeds of their own dissolution, now no longer exist. Benjamin Franklin, debates in the Constitutional Convention, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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  • liberties of the people. Franklin D. Roosevelt, annual message to the Congress, January 3, 1936. The Public Papers and Addresses of Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1936
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  • (2005), p. 130 (noting that the quote is frequently attributed to Benjamin Franklin, but is anachronistic in that it contains the phrase "to have for
    69 KB (10,235 words) - 21:20, 23 January 2016
  • Benjamin Franklin, Advice to Young Tradesmen (1748) Dost thou love life? then do not squander time; for that is the stuff life is made of. Benjamin Franklin
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  • Businessmen (1916) Wealth is not his that has it, but his that enjoys it. Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard's Almanack (1736 edition) Nothing is truly great which
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  • are wrong, no matter if everybody is doing the contrary. Martin Luther King, Jr., Rediscovering Lost Values (28 February 1954). We are struggling to save
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