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  • Art, however innocent, looks like deceiving.

    Art   Looks   Deceiving  
    Aaron Hill (1760). “Works”, p.64
  • The man with but one idea in his head is sure to exaggerate that to top-heaviness, and thus he loses his equilibrium.

    Men   Ideas   He Man  
  • First, then, a woman will, or won't, - depend on't; If she will do't, she will; and there's an end on't. But, if she won't, since safe and sound your trust is, Fear is affront: and jealousy injustice.

    Aaron Hill (1760). “The Dramatic Works of Aaron Hill: Esq; ...”, p.30
  • Man is the circled oak; woman the ivy.

    Men   Ivy   Oaks  
    Aaron Hill (1760). “Works”, p.10
  • When Christ at Cana's feast by pow'r divine, Inspir'd cold water, with the warmth of wine, See! cry'd they while, in red'ning tide, it gush'd, The bashful stream hath seen its God and blush'd.

    Wine   Water   Red  
  • Tender-handed stroke a nettle, And it stings you for your pains; Grasp it like a man of mettle, And it soft as silk remains. 'Tis the same with common natures: Use 'em kindly, they rebel; But be rough as nutmeg-graters, And the rogues obey you well.

    Pain   Men   Ems  
    'Verses Written on a Window in Scotland'
  • Reason gains all people by compelling none.

    People   Gains   Reason  
    "Alzira: A Tragedy". Play by Aaron Hill, 1736.
  • Birth is a shadow. Courage, self-sustained, outlords succession's phlegm, and needs no ancestors.

    Self   Shadow   Needs  
  • Hide not thy tears; weep boldly, and be proud to give the flowing virtue manly way; it is nature's mark to know an honest heart by.

    Heart   Giving   Tears  
    Aaron Hill (1791). “Alzira: A Tragedy”, p.33
  • Servile doubt argues an impotence of mind, that says we fear because we dare not meet misfortunes.

    Doubt   Mind   Arguing  
    Aaron Hill (1760). “The Dramatic Works of Aaron Hill, Esq”, p.21
  • Letters, from absent friends, extinguish fear, Unite division, and draw distance near; Their magic force each silent wish conveys, And wafts embodied though, a thousand ways: Could souls to bodies write, death's pow'r were mean, For minds could then meet minds with heav'n between.

    Distance   Writing   Mean  
  • Mischief and malice grow on the same branch of the tree of evil.

    Evil   Tree   Branches  
  • Let shining Charity adorn your zeal, The noblest impulse generous minds can feel.

    Shining   Mind   Charity  
    Aaron Hill, James Cawthorn, Michael Bruce (1822). “The Poems of Hill, Cawthorn, and Bruce”, p.43
  • Let never man be bold enough to say, Thus, and no farther shall my passion stray: The first crime, past, compels us into more, And guilt grows fate, that was but choice, before.

    Life   Passion   Fate  
    Aaron Hill (1760). “The Dramatic Works of Aaron Hill, Esq”, p.411
  • Youth is ever apt to judge in haste, and lose the medium in the wild extreme.

    Judging   Haste   Youth  
    Aaron Hill (1777). “Alzira: A Tragedy”, p.40
  • She who means no mischief does it all.

    Mean   Doe   Mischief  
    Aaron Hill, Urania Hill Johnson (1754). “Poems”, p.135
  • Trust me--with women worth the being won, The softest lover ever best succeeds.

    Aaron Hill (1791). “Alzira: A Tragedy”, p.19
  • Joys, which we do not know, we do not wish.

    Joy   Wish   Knows  
    Thomas Otway, Aaron Hill, Nicholas Rowe, Arthur Murphy (1817). “Tragedy of the Orphan; Or, the Unhappy Marriage with a Critique by Richard Cumberland”
  • The man who pauses on the paths of treason, Halts on a quicksand, the first step engulfs him.

    Men   Path   Firsts  
  • Courage is poorly housed that dwells in numbers; the lion never counts the herd that are about him, nor weighs how many flocks he has to scatter.

    Courage   Numbers   Lions  
  • Customs form us all, our thoughts, our morals, our most fixed beliefs; are consequences of our place of birth.

    Belief   Moral   Birth  
  • There is no merit where there is no trial; and till experience stamps the mark of strength, cowards may pass for heroes, and faith for falsehood.

    Strength   Hero   Coward  
    Aaron Hill (1760). “The Dramatic Works of Aaron Hill, Esq”, p.15
  • Union of hearts, not hands, does a marriage make, and sympathy of mind keeps love awake.

    Heart   Hands   Mind  
  • O marriage! marriage! what a curse is thine, Where hands alone consent and hearts abhor.

    Heart   Hands   Matrimony  
    Aaron Hill (1760). “Muses in mourning. Zara, to which is added, an interlude, never before printed. Snake in the grass. Alzira. Saul. Daraxes. Merope. Roman revenge. Insolvent. Some love letters, by the author”, p.147
  • Shun fear, it is the ague of the soul! a passion man created for himself--for sure that cramp of nature could not dwell in the warm realms of glory.

    Fear   Passion   Men  
  • Order, thou eye of action.

    Eye   Order   Action  
    Aaron Hill, Urania Hill Johnson (1753). “The Works of the Late Aaron Hill, Esq.; in Four Volumes: Consisting of Letters on Various Subjects, and of Original Poems, Moral and Facetious. With an Essay on the Art of Acting”, p.120
  • Deceit is the false road to happiness; and all the joys we travel through to vice, like fairy banquets, vanish when we touch them.

    Joy   Deception   Vices  
    Aaron Hill (1760). “Works”, p.21
  • Oh, treacherous night thou lendest thy ready veil to every treason, and teeming mischief's beneath thy shade.

    Night   Veils   Shade  
  • Shame on those breasts of stone that cannot melt in soft adoption of another's sorrow.

    Adoption   Sorrow   Tears  
    Aaron Hill, Colley Cibber, John Vanbrugh, George Farquhar (1817). “Tragedy of Alzira with the Life of the Author and a Critique by Richard Cumberland”, p.14
  • Law that shocks equity is reason's murderer.

    Law   Reason   Shock  
    Voltaire, Aaron Hill (1797). “Merope: A Tragedy”, p.50
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Aaron Hill

  • Born: March 21, 1982
  • Occupation: Baseball player