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GEORGE HERBERT
Welsh poet
(1593 - 1633)
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The masters eye fattens the horse, and his foote the ground.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The mill cannot grind with water that's past.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The Mill gets by going.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The miserable man makes a peny of a farthing, and the liberall of a farthing sixe pence.
  [The miserable man maketh a penny of a farthing, and the liberal of a farthing sixpence.]
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The more women looke in their glasse, the lesse they looke to their house.
  [The more women look in their glass, the less they look to their house.]
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The morning Sunne never lasts a day.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The mouse that hath but one hole is quickly taken.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Mice]

The Mr. absent, and the house dead.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The noise is greater then the nuts.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The offender never pardons.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Forgiveness : Proverbs]

The ofspring of those that are very young, or very old, lasts not.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The perswasion of the fortunate swaies the doubtfull.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The Philosophy of Princes is to dive into the Secrets of men, leaving the secrets of nature to those that have spare time.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The Physitian owes all to the patient, but the patient owes nothing to him but a little mony.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The rage of a wild boar is able to spoil more then one wood.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The reasons of the poore weigh not.
  [The reasons of the poor weigh not.]
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The resolved minde hath no cares.
  [The resolved mind hath no cares.]
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The Reverend are ever before.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The Rich knowes not who is his friend.
  [The rich knows not who is his friend.]
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The river past, and God forgotten.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The Royall Crowne cures not the head-ach.
  [The Royal Crown cures not the headache.]
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs : Royalty]

The scalded head feares cold water.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The shortest answer is doing.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Action]

The sight of a man hath the force of a Lyon.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The singing man keepes his shop in his throate.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]


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