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Bells call others, but themselves enter not into the Church.


George Herbert

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Fine words dresse ill deedes.
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Feare keepes the garden better then the gardiner.
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Farre shooting never kild bird.
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Faire language grates not the tongue.
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Every day brings his bread with it.
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Emptie vessels sound most.
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He that can stay obtaines.
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He that beleeveth all, misseth; hee that beleeveth nothing, hitts not.
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Great almes-giving lessens no mans living.
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Good words quench more then a bucket of water.
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Good is god, but better carries it.
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Stay a while, that we may make an end the sooner.
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Water trotted is as good as oates.
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Ty it well, and let it goe.
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True praise rootes and spreedes.
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After Death the Doctor.
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A penny spar'd is twice got.
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A naughty child is better sick then whole.
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Dry feet, warme head, bring safe to bed.
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Dogs are fine in the field.
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He that gaines well and spends well, needes no count booke.
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He that takes not up a pin, slights his wife.
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He that riseth first, is first drest.
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Life without a friend is death without a witnesse.
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Jest not with the eye or with Religion.
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In the kingdome of a cheater the wallet is carried before.
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In the husband wisedome, in the wife gentlenesse.
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In sports and journeys men are knowne.
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In every country dogges bite.
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In doing we learne.
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It's an ill councell that hath no escape.
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It is the Philosophy of the Distaffe.
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It is good to hold the asse by the bridle.
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It is better to have wings then hornes.
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The little cannot bee great, unlesse he devoure many.
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The Smith and his penny both are black.
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The reasons of the poore weigh not.
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The ofspring of those that are very young, or very old, lasts not.
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The noise is greater then the nuts.
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The miserable man makes a peny of a farthing, and the liberall of a farthing sixe pence.
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The masters eye fattens the horse, and his foote the ground.
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The March sunne raises but dissolves not.
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A Lyons skin is never cheape.
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A long tongue is a signe of a short hand. [A long tongue is a sign of a short hand.]
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A little with quiet is the onely dyet.
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