Proverbs: Chiefly Taken from the Adagia of Erasmus, with Explanations; and Further Illustrated by Corresponding Examples from the Spanish, Italian, French & English Languages
T. Egerton, 1814
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acquired adage Amyclas ancients Antisthenes apothegm applied to persons attempting Augustus Caesar Aulus Gellius bear become better bird censure Cicero cure danger death Demosthenes disgrace dispositions doth ears endeavour Epictetus Erasmus escape esteemed evil expected eyes fame favour fear follies fool fortune French frequently friends give habet hand hath hear Hence honour horse intimate Jupiter Juvenal king la boca labour live Lord Verulam mala manner Marc Anthony master means ment mind misery misfortune neighbours never nihil observed obtained occasion omnia opinion ourselves perhaps Philip of Macedon phrase physician Plautus pleasure Plutarch poet possess proverb punishment quam quid quod rich Romans sense servants shew Spaniards say speak story suffer Syloson tain taken tell thee thing thou thought timates tion told tongue vice whence wise young