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Walter Raleigh (disambiguation) - Other Uses
... Sir Walter Raleigh, a GWR 3031 Class locomotive that was built for and run on the Great Western Railway between 1891 and 1915 Sir Walter Raleigh ...
Sir Walter Raleigh Hotel
... The Sir Walter Raleigh Hotel is the oldest surviving hotel building in Raleigh, North Carolina ... and 1924 on Fayetteville Street and named after Sir Walter Raleigh, the hotel was nicknamed North Carolina’s “third house of government,” due to its location ... The Sir Walter Raleigh is typical of hotels of the 1920s ...
Walter - Characters
... Walter, a puppet of ventriloquist Jeff Dunham Walter, a fictional character from The Beano comic strip, Dennis and Gnasher Walter, a Muppet introduced in The Muppets ...
Walter Of Winterburn
... Walter of Winterburn (13th century – August 26, 1305) was an English Dominican, cardinal, orator, poet, philosopher, and theologian ... In 1305, after having taken part in the election of Clement V, Walter set out from Perugia with several other cardinals to join the pope in France, but at Genoa he was seized with his last ... who was a close friend, wrote that Walter of Winterburn was a man endowed with many superior qualities, natural and supernatural ...

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    If all the world and love were young,
    And truth in every shepherd’s tongue,
    These pretty pleasures might me move
    To live with thee and be thy Love.
    Sir Walter Raleigh (1552?–1618)

    Whoso taketh in hand to frame any state or government ought to presuppose that all men are evil, and at occasions will show themselves so to be.
    —Sir Walter Raleigh (1552–1618)

    Green springs the tree, hemp grows, the wag is wild,
    But when they meet, it makes the timber rot;
    It frets the halter, and it chokes the child.
    —Sir Walter Raleigh (1552?–1618)

    I must have the gentleman to haul and draw with the mariner, and the mariner with the gentleman ... I would know him, that would refuse to set his hand to a rope, but I know there is not any such here.
    Francis, Sir Drake (1540–1596)

    But it is hard to know them from friends, they are so obsequious and full of protestations; for a wolf resembles a dog, so doth a flatterer a friend.
    —Sir Walter Raleigh (1552–1618)