[...I] answer boldly in the affirmative, "No!
Occasion unknown.Falkiner, C. Litton (1902). "Sir Boyle Roche". Studies in Irish History and Biography, mainly of the Eighteenth Century. New York: Longmans, Green, and Co.. pp. p.237.
...it is impossible I could have been in two places at once, unless I were a bird.Boyle Roche
There is no Levitical decree between nations, and on this occasion I can see neither sin nor shame in marrying our own sister.Boyle Roche
Why we should put ourselves out of our way to do anything for posterity, for what has posterity ever done for us?Boyle Roche
It would surely be better ... to give up not only a part, but, if necessary, even the whole, of our constitution, to preserve the remainder!Boyle Roche
I hope, my lord, if you ever come within a mile of my house that you will stay there all night.Boyle Roche
A quart bottle should hold a quart.Boyle Roche
Herodotus is not more indisputably the father of history than is Sir Boyle Roche the father of Bulls. No doubt there were makers of bulls before his day, even as brave men lived before Agamemnon; but they are not remembered, and if their bulls have survived them they are credited to Sir Boyle by a posterity generously forgiving and forgetful of his famous indictment.Boyle Roche
...as Sir Boyle Roche would say, like the last rose of summer...Boyle Roche
[...they] would cut us to mincemeat, and throw our bleeding heads on that table to stare us in the face.Boyle Roche