Motivational Richard Harding Davis Quotes And Sayings

Motivational Richard Harding Davis Quotes And Sayings

Richard Harding Davis Quotes:- Richard Harding Davis (April 18, 1864 – April 11, 1916) was an American journalist and writer of fiction and drama, known foremost as the first American war correspondent to cover the Spanish–American War, the Second Boer War, and the First World War.

 

Inspirational Richard Harding Davis Quotes

 

“I went out to the Derby on Wednesday and think it is the most interesting thing I ever saw over here.”-Richard Harding Davis

Inspirational Richard Harding Davis Quotes

“The secret of good writing is to say an old thing in a new way or to say a new thing in an old way.”-Richard Harding Davis

 

“I have just come from a couple of raids, where we had a very lively time, and some of them had to pull their guns. I found it necessary to punch a few sports myself.”-Richard Harding Davis

 

“The old sergeant from headquarters treats me like a son and takes the greatest pride in whatever I do or write. He regularly assigns me now to certain doors, and I always obey orders like the little gentleman that I am.”-Richard Harding Davis

 

“Tonight I am going to take a party to the headquarters of the fire department, where I have a cinch on the captain, a very nice fellow, who is unusually grateful for something I wrote about him and his men. They are going to do the Still Alarm act for me.”-Richard Harding Davis


 

“As soon as she gets her divorce one of us is going to marry her. We don’t know which. She is about as beautiful a woman as I ever saw, and very witty and well-informed, but it would cost a good deal to keep her in diamonds.”-Richard Harding Davis

 

“Anything as good and true as that moral cannot be new at this late date.”-Richard Harding Davis

 

“I knew more about Texas than the Texans and when they told me I would find summer here I smiled knowingly.”-Richard Harding Davis

 

Famous Richard Harding Davis Quotes

 

“I am now in Gibraltar. It is a large place and there does not seem to be room in this letter, in which to express my feelings about Moors in bare legs and six thousand Red-coats and to hear Englishmen speak again.”-Richard Harding Davis

 

“All the fascination of King Solomon’s Mines seems to be behind those great mountains and this I may add is a bit of advance work for mother, an entering wedge to my disappearing from sight for years and years in the Congo.”-Richard Harding Davis

“As soon as I landed at Malta I found that though I could go to Tunis I could not go away without being quarantined for ten days and if I remained in Malta I must stay a week.”-Richard Harding Davis

 

“I wish I was not such a very bad hand at languages. That is one thing I cannot do, that and ride.”-Richard Harding Davis

 

“All through the night, like the tumult of a river when it races between the cliffs of a canyon, in my sleep I could hear the steady roar of the passing army.”-Richard Harding Davis