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A compleat collection of English proverbs; also the most celebrated proverbs of the Scotch, Italian, French, Spanish, and other languages. The whole methodically digested and illustrated with annotations, and proper explanations

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  • (18/05/2012)
  • 124 seiten
  • Sprache: Ingl├ęs
  • ISBN: 123617416X ISBN-13: 9781236174161
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  • 14,63€ 13,9€ 
 
 

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1768 Excerpt: ...and take him dead. He that hath plenty of good shall have more; He that hath but little he-(hall have less, And he that hath right nought, right nought shall possess. Cardinal Wolsey.---A whip for a fool, and a rod for a school, 'Is always in good season. Will. Summers. A halter and a rope for him that will be Pope, Without all right or reason. The Jhape of a good Greyhound.--A head like a snake, a neck like a drake, A back like a beam, a belly like a bream, A foot like a cat, a tail like a rat. Punch Cole, cut candle, set brand on ehd, Jm either good housewife,nor good house wise's friend. Alum si fit ft alum ndn est malum. Beerumsi sit cleerum est sjncerum.... If one knew how good it were, To eat a hen in Janivere-,... Had he twenty in the fiock, He'd leave but one to go with the cock,-Children pick up words as pigeons pease, And utter them again as God slia.ll please. Deux ace nonpoffunt &? six cinquesolvere nolunt Omnibus est notum quater trois solvere totum. As a man lives so (hall he die, 1 As a tree falls so shall it lie. Ægrotat Dæmon monachus tune ejfe volebat: Damon convaluit Damon ut ante suit.. The Devil was sick, the Devil a monk would bej--The Devil was well, the Devil a monk was he. 'Thither as I would go I can go late, Thither as I would not go I know not the gate. No more morter no more brick. A cunning knave has a cunning trick. T u u-Hfa man be well it will make him sick I obacco nic jwm make fl man wd, if he be sick-Per ander salvo per ill mondo bisogna havere occhio di--Falcone orecchie di Afino, viso di Seimia, parole di Mercante, spalle di Camelo, bocca di Porco, gdmbe diCervo. Ital. To travel safely through the world a man must have-a Falcon's eye, an Ass's ears, an Ape's face, a Q4 Mer-Merchant's words, a Camel's back,...


 

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