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GEORGE HERBERT
Welsh poet
(1593 - 1633)
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A little and good fills the trencher.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A little given seasonably excuses a great gift.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A little Kitchin makes a large house.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A little labour, much health.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A little lett lets an ill workeman.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A little with quiet is the onely dyet.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A long tongue is a signe of a short hand.
  [A long tongue is a sign of a short hand.]
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A Lyons skin is never cheape.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A man is known to be mortal by two things, Sleep and Lust.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A man of a great memory without learning hath a rock and a spindle, and no staffe to spin.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A man well mounted is ever Cholerick.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A man would live in Italy (a place of pleasure) but he would chuse to dy in Spain (where they say the Catholick Religion is professed with greatest strictness).
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A man's destiny is alwayes dark.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A mans discontent is his worst evill.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A Marchant that gaines not, looseth.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A married man turns his staffe into a stake.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A master of straw eates a servant of steele.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A morning sunne, and a wine-bred child, and a latin-bred woman, seldome end well.
  [A morning sun and a wine-bred child and a Latin-bred woman seldom end well.]
      - Jacula Prudentum [End]

A mountaine and a river are good neighbours.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A naughty child is better sick then whole.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A noble plant suites not with a stubborne ground.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A penny spar'd is twice got.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A piece of a Churchyard fitts every body.
  [A piece of a Churchyard fits every body.]
      - Jacula Prudentum [Graves : Proverbs]

A pittifull looke askes enough.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

A pittifull mother makes a scald head.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]


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