Napoleon's Maxims & Quotes
virtue has been held in suspicion from the beginning of
the world, and ever will be.
seduce a wife from her husband, or a son from his father,
are odious acts, unworthy of civilised nations.
choosing a wife, a man does not renounce his mother, and
still less is he justified in breaking her heart.
is no greater misfortune for a man than to be governed
by his wife: in such case he is neither himself nor his
wife, he is a perfect nonentity.
great crisis, it is the lot of women to soften our misfortunes.
is like a woman—if you miss her to-day, think not to find