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JOHN PAYNE COLLIER
English critic and antiquary
(1789 - 1883)

The silente man still suffers wrong.
      - [Silence]

Faint heart hath been a common phrase, faire ladie never wives.
      - Reprint of The Rocke of Regard (p. 122)
        [Wooing]

There is no treasure the which may be compared unto a faithful friend;
  Gold some decayeth, and worldly wealth consumeth, and wasteth in the winde;
    But love once planted in a perfect and pure minde indureth weale and woe;
      The frownes of fortune, come they never so unkinde, cannot the same overthrowe.
      - edited by
        Roxburghe Ballads--The Bride's Good-Morrow
        [Friends]


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