There is no secret so close as that between a rider and his horse.
More people are flattered into virtue than bullied out of vice.
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|Birth:||17th May, 1805|
|Death:||16th March, 1864|
Robert Smith Surtees was an English editor, novelist and sporting writer. He was the second son of Anthony Surtees of Hamsterley Hall, a member of an old County Durham family. Surtees attended a school at Ovingham and then Durham School, before being articled in 1822 to Robert Purvis, a solicitor in Market Street, Newcastle upon Tyne.
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