"Heartlessness and fascination, in about equal quantities, constitute the receipt for forming the character of coquette."
"There is a vein of inconsistency in every woman’s heart, within whose portals love hath entered."
"A coquette is a woman without any heart, who makes a fool of a man that hasn't got any head."
"Amiable people, while they are more liable to imposition in casual contact with the world, yet radiate so much of mental sunshine that they are reflected in all appreciative hearts."
"Conceited people are never without a certain degree of harmless satisfaction wherewith to flavor the waters of life."
"It is a shrewd device to pretend we have someone unimportant fault,?it overshadows so many serious defects."
"It requires a great deal of poetry to gild the pill of poverty, and then it will pass current only in theory; the reality is a dead failure."
"Why are we so blind? That which we improve, we have, that which we hoard is not for ourselves."
"Women are far more impulsive than men; this is because they are more influenced by the heart than the head."