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GEORGE HERBERT
Welsh poet
(1593 - 1633)
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The hard gives more then he that hath nothing.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The healthfull man can give counsell to the sick.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The hearts letter is read in the eyes.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The higher the Ape goes, the more he shewes his taile.
  [The higher the ape goes, the more he shows his tail.]
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The hole calls the thiefe.
  [The hole calls the thief.]
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The honey is sweet, but the Bee stings.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The horse that drawes after him his halter, is not altogether escaped.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The horse thinkes one thing, and he that sadles him another.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The house is a fine house, when good folks are within.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The House shewes the owner.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The ignorant hath an Eagles wings, and an Owles eyes.
  [The ignorant hath an eagle's wings and an owl's eyes.]
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The ill that comes out of our mouth falles into our bosome.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The Italians are wise before the deede, the Germanes in the deede, the French after the deede.
  [The Italians are wise before the deed, the Germens in the deed, the French after the deed.]
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The itch of disputing is the scab of the Church.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The Jewes spend at Easter, the Moors at marriages, the Christians in sutes.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Jews : Proverbs]

The Lame goes as farre as your staggerer.
  [The lame goes as far as your staggerer.]
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The Law is not the same at morning and at night.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The least foolish is wise.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The life of man is a winter way.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The life of spies is to know, not bee known.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The little cannot bee great, unlesse he devoure many.
  [The little cannot be great unless he devour many.]
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The love of money and the love of learning rarely meet.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Money : Proverbs]

The Lyon is not so fierce as they paint him.
  [The lion is not so fierce as they paint him.]
      - Jacula Prudentum [Lions : Proverbs]

The March sunne raises but dissolves not.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]

The market is the best garden.
      - Jacula Prudentum [Proverbs]


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