William Gilmore Simms Quotes

Who is William Gilmore Simms?

William Gilmore Simms was an American writer and politician from the American South.

Born April 17, 1806
Died June 11, 1870

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Best 6 Quotes by William Gilmore Simms

“The dread of criticism is the death of genius.”

William Gilmore Simms

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“No errors of opinion can possibly be dangerous in a country where opinion is left free to grapple with them.”

William Gilmore Simms
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“Our true acquisitions lie only in our charities - we gain only as we give.”

William Gilmore Simms
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“Tears are the natural penalties of pleasure. It is a law that we should pay for all that we enjoy.”

William Gilmore Simms
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“The fool is willing to pay for anything but wisdom. No man buys that of which he supposes himself to have an abundance already.”

William Gilmore Simms
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“The only true source of politeness is consideration.”

William Gilmore Simms
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