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destroys friendship, 479

dote on his very. 283

enemy of love. 752

every little, is an age. 127

from whom we love, 94

hours in, have crutches, 81

is a shrew. 752

is not the heart torn by it. 67

is to love like wind to fire, 718

makes the heart, 19

no grief at home after long. 608



Absence not long enough, 209
sweeteneth friendship, 172
true love not forgotten through. 871

Absent desire what is, 672

frreater things believed of the. 582
n body, 432

long, soon forgotten. 820. 839

party faulty. 853

rages against the. 667

shall not be made heir. 853

talk of the. he'll appear. 852
Absents, les, ont toujours tort, 853
Absolute the knave is. how. 318
Absolution, pleasant was his. 74
Abstain wholly or wed, 160
Abstinence, a sin of. 126

lean and sallow. 222
Abstractions, mere, 38
Abstracts and brief chronicles. 314
Abstruse questions, 454
Abstrusest matter. 402
Absurd, creatures most, 251

I believe it, because, 510

what is. spoken by philosopher^. 606

which is. 658. 659
Absurdity, reduction to an. 663
Abundance, if thou hast. give. 423

of the heart. 426
Abuse, all things but virtue capable of.
628

argument from, not good. 483

does not forbid use, 484

let us. as we cannot attain great*
ness. 728

no argument against use. 531

not an argument for discontinti-
ance, 632

smile when men, 208

you, why does everyone, 275
A.bu8eB, they that level at my. 327
Abusing of God's patience. 277
Abyss of folly. 100
Academes, the books, the. 281
Academic doubt. 374
A.cademics, old and new, 220
A.cademu8. woods of, 567
Academy, a country, 181
Accents now unknown, 346
Accept him, God. 365

what you cannot repay, 542
Acceptance found, 5
Access, easy of, 122

Accident, cam'st not to thy place by.
376

of an accident. 376

true by. 50
Accidents by flood and field. 322
Accidental, earth and heaven not, 644
Accidunt insperata, 566
Accipe. better one. than two dabos, 838
Accipe daque fidem, 485
Accommodated, as they say. 295



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Acxx>mplice8, regarded with suspicion.

584
Accord, of his own, 593
Account, who lives without, 797
Accounts, correct, keep friends. 767

God loves good, 784

old, new disputes, 848
Accountable to none. 237
Accountant, inaccurate, 41
Accoutred as I was, 303
Accuracy sacrificed to conciseness. 178
Accusation, a railing. 436
Accuse himself, none bound to. 603

himself, none need, 4£5
Accuses, who, should be blameless, 649
Acervust grandis, 515

maonus, 487
A€€to di vin dolce, 851
Acliates, faithful. 539
Acheron does not relinauish its prey*
715

food of, 630

f reedy, 537
will move. 540

I'avare, 715
Acheter chat en sac, 871
Achieve, to have wished to, 660
Achieved, nothing before thoroughly
attempted, 335

some deed of, 236
Achievements, such great, 49
Achieves what it ordains, the mind. 653
Achilles, despoiled armour of. 549

early death, 484

himself, this is, 451

tomb, 62

without his Homer, 393

wrath. 255, 474
Acid to the lemon, to add, 809
Acorns good till bread was found, 752
Acqua, r, dove non si crede, rompe, b64

torbida non lava, 770
Acquaintance, bad. 61

diminishes fear, 335

I would have, 92

'11 be a long 'un, 110

should auld. 46

upon better. 277
Acquaintances, creditable, 354
Acre, sown indeed, 20
Acres, a few paternal, 253

o' charms, 47

take their flight, his, 174

ten. and a mule. 462

three, and a cow, 462

will not make a wiseacre, 823
Act. all heart to. 374

be great in. 291

done against my will is not mine.
485

of God. the. 485

of Parliament. coach-and-four
through, 774

the last, crowns, 260

well your part. 247

what I most abhor, 57

without intention not criminal, 485
Acts nameless, unremembered, 395

outward, a clue to secrets, 485
Act's doubtful, first, 163
Acting, lowest of the arts. 227

the whole world practises, 694

well, danger chiefly lies in. 81

when he was off, he was, 147
Action, a rood, its own reward. 668



Action before the court. 685

converse with fools. 14

derived from will, 485

English wisest in, 72

faithful in. 249

fame by some distinguished. 569

generous, its own reward. 382

lose the name of. 315

no right of. 692

none to be twice troubled with one.
602

praise of virtue lies in. 708

resolute in. 685

talk without. 70

the end of life. 173

to tne orator, 14

to the word. 316

with what courteous. 313
Actions, fine, which are hidden are
worthiest. 724

for arguments. 49

good. 121

great. 136

in his. be so ill. 206

louder than words. 752

of the last age. 108

speak alone. ^38

the only property. 89

to thy words accord. 219
Active yet resigned. 264
Actor, a well-graced. 292

acts the whole world, 693

sinks to rest, when the, 90

the whole world plays the. 595

what the, could anect. 66
Actors, beggars, buffoons. 587

diseni^aged, go to the play. 371

speaking wisely but doing other-
wise' 682

who gives to. sacrifices to devils. 650
Actual is limited, possible is immense.

723
Actum ne agas, 485
Acu rem tetigisti, 485
Ada. sole daughter. 52
Adagio and andante. 98
Adam and Eve. descended from, 445

and Eve. story of. 34

delve, when, 251 nou, 879

for. chosen to make. 32

Jean, 210

son of. and of Eve. 259

the gardener. 361

the goodliest man. 215

the happiest of men. 64

the offending. 296

whiles he spake not. 190
Adam's ale. 752

profession. 318
Adamant, a frame of. 175

stone, made their hearts as an. 422
Adder, like the. 415
Addison, give days and nights to. 177
Adhuc sine crifntne vixi, 536
Adieu, a last. 102

so sweetly, she bade me. 332
Adjudged matter received as true. 572
Administered, whate'er is best. 246
Administrari, res nolunt diu male, 664
Admirals all. 236

extolled for standing still. 95. 460
Admirari, nil, 606
Admiration praises, love is dumb. 733

sprung from youth. 397

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Admire, more than I. 99

not to. 103. 251

nothing, to. 606

spoil what ye. 99

the same things, all do not. 613

where none, 'tis useless. 200

you and not your belongings. 700
Admission to our hearts, 7
Admonish him you love, 648

to. not to attack, 487
Adoe, much, 23
Adonis' gardens, 297

of fifty. 173
Adoo, a welcome, 24
Adoration, breathless with. 396
Adore, makes him. 409
Adorn, touched nothing he did not.

619. 651
Adorning thee with so much art, 93
Adornment, desire for personal. 689
Adsum. quickly said, 371
Adulation, betrayed him by, 38
Adullam. cave of. 23
Adulterers, let Clodius accuse. 506
Advance, in this world to. 144

not to. is to go back. 614, 834

of arts, 37
Advancement may I hope, what, 316
Advantage, common, the bond of
society, 507

every, brings disadvantage, 628

right to be keen for one's own. 486

them as take. 128

to arrange, by another's disadvan-
tage. 68&

who feels the. should feel the
burden, 652
Advantageous, what is. may be in-
jurious. 607
Adventure too little, 11
Adventures are to the adventurous. 115.
116

who seeks, finds blows, 885
Adventurers accomplish great things, 714
Adventurous, too. loses horse and mulu.

831
Adversa patt. 556
Adversary, a stony, 284

quickly agree with thine, 425
Adverse circumstances, a stand against,

683
AdversiU de not meilleun amii, dans V,

715
Adversity, be not depressed by. 471

blessing of New Testament. 9

bruised with, 279

companions in, 523

crossed with. 277

discovers virtue. 9

faint in the day of, 417

good man strugglinsr with, 456

frreat souls not cast down by, 787
n. consider. 418
knew how to suffer. 556
makes a man, 752
makes wise. 752
man that comes to relieve. 149
more sacred by, 124
produced discord, 664
proves brave men, 556
softest cushions in. 48
stiffen with. 123
struggling with. 149, 337
tries men. 534
uses of. 286



Adversity's sweet milk. 321
Advertisement, great is. 191. 275

promise the soul of. 178
Advertiser, an artistic, of all he did.

628
Advice, bad, worst for the giver, 584

employ, even in prosperity. 531

given by all. accepted by few. 508

good, beyond price, 785

food rare from good, 64
give which you do not desire. 701

I humbly offer my, 208

most needed, least heeded. 752

never out of season. 788

never too late. 788

nothing given so liberally as. 726

points of, 548

regarded as a crime. 569

seldom welcome. 78

thought he could give. 83

to persons about to marry. 450

to seek too late, 673

unasked, never give. 830

we ask, 89

we easily give. 534

what, can ne give, who needs it. 653

when a thing is lost, 812

woman seldom asks. 2

worst men give best, 16

write down the, though you love it
not. 887
Advices, lengthened, sage. 44
Advise an old man, to. 474

old and wise, yet still. 869

the sick, easy in health. 535
Advised, love to be, not praised. 770

you, I shall know by your action it
I have rightly, 695
Advisement, ill never came of good.

866
Adviser, a bitter, hurts no one, 647 •

a senseless, 603

than ever did th', 45
Advisers many for public worker. 794

the dead are the best, 629
Advises, he loves who, 650

when the censor does what he. 677

who. helps. 650
JSgrotat crumena, 510
iEneas. you fall by the hand of. 552
iEolus. 579
^quum postulaa, 559
A frgia mSt§r tSs endeiaa, 474
^rugo mera, 550
Aery in its arms, 29

Sarposes. 212
ylus. 58 not4
£8op. 12

not even turned over, 598
^atuo, si diceris, audat, 674
£ta8 urhes constttutt, 699

voluhilia, 574
Afar, cometh from, 402
Affairi, toujoura, 729
AffaireBt l6«. V argent dea autret, 723
Affairs, better able to perceive others^*
570

occupied with other people's. 48^
Affectation of affectation. 132

out of. by dogmatism, 348

spruce. 282

universities incline to, 9

vulgarity in, 267
Affection and goodwill. 503

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Afleotlon chained her. 6ft

had DO root. 339

hateth nicer hands, 344

Id the rear of yonr, 318
never was wasted, 194

on things above, 435

only speaks. 211

or effeminacy. 680

unrequited. 114

wonders in true. 26
Affections, fiercest lords. 350
Affection's eye. fills. 176
Affectionate, don't yer be too. 111
Affen hleiben affen, 755
Affirm, I. what they affirm. 656
Afflatu divino, 603
Afflnvit Deus et dissipantur, 488
Afflicted or distressed. 437

yet he opened not his mouth. 421
Affliction, best sauce for, 492

bread of. 412

heap, on the afflicted. 338

in. a vow. 855

may smile asrain, 281
, to try me with. 324

which is but for a moment. 433
Affliction's looks. 106

sons, 42
Affronts, young men soon give. 1
Afraid to run away. £49
Africa always brings something evil.
467

always something new from, 532.
752

and golden Joys, 295

silent over, 34

semper aliquid adfert novU 752
Afrlc'8 burning shore. 263

sunny fountains. 158
Affront me, will not, 96

to one well born. 121
Afternoon, multitude call the, 282

some green, 355
After-silence on the shore. 59
After-talk, foretalk spares. 780
Aftertime, our names to. 206
Afterwit, everybody's wit, 752

is fool's wit. 752

proverb as to. 673
Again, never will oome. 318
Against, not with me is, 426. 429
Agamemnon known by writings, 670
Aoamemnona, vixere forte* ante, 711
Agate-stone, no bigger than an, 319
Age. a certain. 56

a generalising. 116

a hardened. 655

a heavy burden. 835

a recreation to old. 548

a sorry breaking-up. 169

an affair of only one. 665

and disease creep on us. 629

and dust, pays us with. 262

and inclination not the same, 610

and poverty hard to suffer. 7/2

and wedlock tame, 752

and youth both right, 349

approaching. 108

approaching, and invincible death,
526

approve of youth, let, 38

at a riper, 101

at the root of, 102

be comfort to my, 286

before honesty. 752



Age bends the knee. 563
bent old. 524

brings all and takes all. 686
cannot endure in his old« 280
cannot wither. 305
carefulness bringeth, 781
carries off all, even the mind. 626
comes on apace. 20
commendation of. 12
considers, youth ventures. 732
crabbed, and youth. 328
dishonourable old. 606
does not briufc wisdom. 673
enjoyment suited to. 557
enjoys his. 124
fallen, for ever hopeless. 103
famous to all. 225
foUy in, 105
gentler and better with. 575

golden life in iron. 877
ath not forgotten my. 340
honour and glory to. 91
I can tell a woman's. 143
I do abhor thee. 328
if any distant, will credit it, 676
if old. could. 807
in a good old, 411, 413
increases desire for conversation,

546
is as a lusty winter, 286
is evil, where, youth learns no good.

882
is froward. 108
is full of care, 328
is grown so picked. 318
is in, when the, 280
is in. when the. wit is out, 880
is more suspicious^ 5
is unnecessary. 306
is virtue's season, 151
jocund, makes sport for death. 879
lady of a certain, 62
lattice of seared. 328
left me In mine, 301
lives on remembrance, 889
makes us more foolish. 835
makes us wiser, 835
men of, 11

monumental pomp of, 400
more terrible than death, 598
most unheroic, every, 27
narrative old. 253
not of an. 180
of ease, l46
old. 1, 93

old, a regret, 116
old, abounds in woes, 671
old, creeping on apace, 61
old. foolish onlv in triflers. 678
old, is honourable, 835
one who has cast off. 580
peaceful old, 674
penalties of old, 547
pursuit of letters in old. 678
ruminating. 94
should accompany old. 310
silvered o'er with. 141
some smack of. 295
soon comes, 345
•oul of the, 180
stamped with its signet. 264
stumbling, lingers, 48
takes away, mourns lest for what,

401
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Age. the. produced lome good examples.
61o

the toys of. 246

their own, distaBteful to all. 624

this, fits my habits. 641

this is old. 218

through being beheld too close. 27

to come my own. make the. 93

to grace this latter. 294

'twixt boy and youth. 269

nnperceiyed. 538

nnperceiyed. has crept on us. 623

vice of. loYe of money, 681, 709

vices of the. 269

we live In. 37

what an. Is this. 240

what is grey with, 88

when I was your, 349

where the older sins, the younger
learns amiss. 696

will not be defied. 11. 752

with stealing steps, 380

withered, 4

without a name an, 274

wrinkles the mind. 721

years hence, may dawn an. 5
Ages, alike all, 145

differences in different. 605

his acts being seven. 286

icy caves. 330

implacable. 383

incompatible, 83

of ages, 562

of hopeless end, 213

the course of. born anew, 582

wakens the slumbering, 359

with increase of, 243
Aged man and poor, 182
Agendum, dum quid supereBset, 606
Agent, trust no. 280
Agedmetroi medeis eisitO, 467
Aggravates, pastrv that. 111
Aghast I stood. 256
Agi cum populo, 671
Agis rem actam, 685
Agitation by seditious orators, 8
Ago, a great while, 289
Agog, and all, 97
Agony, conquers, 54

that cannot be remembered. 87

wake to. 173

with such wild, 233
Agree fairly well together, 14

for the law is costly, 753

together, wise men, 780

where they do, 333

with me. don't say you, 391

with me in the church, 405

with me. whenever people, 391
Agreeable, is the old min. Ill

person, an. 117

power to be, 353
Agreed, except they be, 422

when you are all, I'll make it rain,
882
Agreeing, habit of, dangerous and

slippery, 568
Agreement, a discordant, 507

a naked. 616

an ambiguous. 490

better lean, than fat Judgment. 763,
765

by. small things grow, 507

makes law. 508

perfect, throughout life. 637



Agreement, private, cannot override,
public law, 509

private, does not repeal law, 641
Agrestium, 80mnu» levis, 681
AgricolaSj spes alit, 682

sua 8% "bona norint, 621
Agriculture, by God's will, difficult. 632

nothing better than. 628

queen of arts. 375

study of. in old age. 672 noU

see Husbandry. 665
Agricultural implements. 494

work moves in a circle. 663
Ague in the spring, physio for a king. 755

of the mind. vain. 273
Agues, autumnal. 753

come on horseback, 753
Agua passada, 119 note
Aidds oldlen, 467

Aikers, sits above that deals, 793
Ailments are the same, our, 354

we con, 354
Alls it now. something, 395
Aim. a noble, 399

IS glory, and to leave. 206

is not enough, we must hit. 871

makes the great life. 31

rightest. as men. 121

the impassioned, 385
Aims, full of great, 375
Aimeth at the sky. who. 161
Aiming all day hits at length, 656
Air, a diviner. 395

a nipping and an eager. 312

draw fresh. 1

full of demons to the timorous, 873

ill, where nothing's gained, 810

in fields of, 346

is living with its spirit, 240

keen yet wholesome. 153

manned himself with dauntless. 271

melted into thin. 276

says with solemn. 42

scent the morning's. 313

solemn, strange and mingled. 88

viewless forms of. 272
Airs, melting or martial. 100
Ais^, 4tre, 817
Aisle, the long drawn, 151
Aisles, pointed, 269
AJax strives, 244
Ahephalos muthos, 467
Alabaster, cut in, 283

monumental, 325
Alacrity in sinking. 278
Aladdin's lamp, ready money is. 63
Alanus de Insulis. 77 nott
Alarm, more things to. than injure. 637

who gives the. is safe, 738
Alarums, our stern. 298
Alchemists, inventions by. 14
Alchemy, agrarian. 59

an art without art, 494
Alchymy of mind. 154
Alcides' shirt. 179
Alderlevest lady dere. my. 77
Alderman, dull as an. 16o

forefinger of an, 319
Aldermanic nose. 16
Ale. a quart of. 290

and cider, magic of, 170

beg barm, where you buy. 846

bring us in good. 441

broached the mightiest. 270

fed purely upon. 131



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Ale, God send thee good. 350

good, is meat, 785

pood, needs not a wisp. 786

he that buys good. 794

love and pots of, 263

news older than, 147

proper drink of Englishmen, 22

spicy, nut-brown, 221

take the size of pots of, 49
AUthea muthSiasthai, 472
Aletheia en oind, 471
Alexander fought women, 191

if I were not, 454

let. be a god. 470

one world insufficient to, 698

subdued by anger, 488

tomb now suffices, 686

was small in body, 582
Alexandrine, a needless. 243
Alfred, proverbs of, 464
Alfcebra, what hour o' th* day Yy, 49
Alien brows, 236
Aliens, not distant, 210
Alike, none of the people are, 262
AlitroSt ho8ti$, 470
Alium, qui facit per, 649
Alive, in that dawn to be. 395
All against all, 498. 573

are with you now, 398

but saves many a man. 754

connects and equals. 245

for each. 129

from above, 626

f river would be unthanked. 222
n-all, an intellectual. 401

in-all or not at all, 369

nothing done that doth not, 104

people that on earth. 172

that is lasts, 32

the-Better, Dr., 722

the infinite, 710

things and certain other matters.
515

thinsrs everywhere from all persons,
476

things fifood for something, 754

things little less than. 87-

things not. nor always. 600

things to all men. 80, 432

things we cannot all do. 613

things were thus. if. 622

to all things, right of, 573

your bells upon one horse. 788
All's well that ends well, 754
Alleged and proved, things. 572
Allegiance, duty of, 602

to hell, 318
Allegory on the banks of the Nile, 333

which things are an. 434
AUein» hleih nicht, 732
Allett A force de mal, tout ira hien, 881
Alley, she lives in our. 69
Alleys, squalid knot of, 29
Alley bi, prove a. 110

vy wornt there a. Ill
Alliance may so happy prove, 321
Allies, not a question of. 613
Alliteration's artful aid, 79
Alios ego, 468

Allowance for a wounded mind, 631
Allowed, what is, is disagreeable. 659
Alma mater, 489
Almanac out of date. an. 382
Almanacs, courts have no. 768

of the last year, 108



Almost saves many a lie, 754

was never hanged, 754
Alms before men. 425

did anyone ever become poor by
giving, 783

if thou canst, an. 163

of thy substanqe, give. 423
Almsgiving never made a man poor. 754
Aloes, more, than honey. 638
Aloft, he's gone. 109
Alone, abide not, 732

alone, all. all alone. 85

better be. than in ill company, 761

better be. than with a fool. 761

desire to live. 254

doubly feel ourselves, 269

fear to live, 784

he only is. who, 264

I did it. 302

I may stand. 63

immortals never. 85

in Paradise, no greater torment,
735

let, makes many a loon, 816

let us, 361

lust to be, 164

never, if with noble thoughts, 234

never less, than when, 264, 353. 620

no vice goes, 833

not goodf that the man should be,
411

our inability to be. 730

that worn-out word. 200

until he feels, 30

who can enjoy, 217

woe to him that is, 77, 418, 70J
Alonso of Arragon, 12
Aloof, they stood, 86
Alpha and Omega. 437
Alphabet, the lovers'. 862 note

this girls learn before their. 552

true-love's, 18
Alphonso. that wretched thing that

was. 91
Alps on Alps arise. 243

the palaces of Nature. 53

though perched on. 409

traverse the rugged, 555
Alta, inquiU »crutantihu» gehennoM
parahat, 513

mente repostum, 584
Altar for forbidden fires. 253

many worshipped at the. who bom
in fire, 594

men who attend the. 218

world's great, 366
Altars and hearths. 641

to the very, 699
Alter ego, 489

idem, 491, 705

non deficit, 641
Altered, nothing be rashly, 608
Alterius luctu fortia verba loqui, 549
Alternately, wound up. 19
Altri tempi, altre cure, 839
Altum, tolluntur in, 693
Always at it wins the day. 755

everywhere, and by all, 660
Am not what I am. 322

for ill and never for ^ood, 272
Ama Vamico tuo con il dtffetto 9uo, 778

lit amerit, 699
Amahilis esto, ut ameri$, 680
Amarse prcelia lingum, 529
Amaranthine flower, 99



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Amarg sane, 501
Amari aliquid, 586

mavolo, 609

si vis, ama, 677
Amaryllia. sport with. 223
Amateurs, nation of, 265
Amavi non sapienter, 618
Amase, not long inmate of noble heart,

73
Amazement, dumb, 373
Ambassador, sent to lie abroad, 404
Ambassadors for Christ. 433
Ambassydors. the bonld. 17
Amber, between clonds of, 28

eyes purging thick, 314

locks, those, 120

pretty in, 250

scent of odorous, 220

ships of, 238
Amber-dropping hair, 223
Ambiguity of words. 8
Ambiguous, and with double sense, 219
Ambition, a most pitiful. 316

a shadow's shadow. 314

and a thirst of greatness. 1

and love, winss of actions, 736

and revenge, 217

art not without, 308

aspires to descend, 716

can creep. 40

OromweH's, 39

dares not stoop. 180

disappointed. 37

ends, peace begins. 408

far misled, by, 274

finds, such Joy, 215

first sprung. 253

fiing away. 301

has no bounds, 120

ill-weaved. 294

in a private man a vice, 208

is Avarice on stilts. 188

is no cure for love. 272

Joined, not with. 91

life free from, 548

loves to slide. 122

lowlv laid, 272

mock, let not, 151

ne'er looks back, 179

nor think, wise, 105

not charity. 548

not conscience, but. 40

of a private man. 98

only power that combats love. 81

removed from base. 640

should be made of sterner stuff. 304

siren song of. 39

source of good and ill. 409

the soldier's virtue. 305

to low. 245

tore the links. 55

trap to the high-born. 864

vaulting, 308

virtue violent in. 10
Ambitions, winged. 368
Ambition's honoured fools. 51

less than littleness. 58

rapid course, 338

whims. 171
Ambitious, substance of the, 314
Amboss, hist du, 882

una Hammer, 763
Ambulando, solvitur, 681
Ame damn4e, 713
Amen, a child may say. 27
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Amen, sound of a great. 259

stuck In my throat. 309
Amende, Lord them, 190
Amendment is not sin, 755
America, apt to purr at praise, 166

Berkeley's lines as to, 21

England and, 361

Lakes of North, 202

the country of young men, 130

the youth of, 392

to Great Britain. 3
American book, who reads an, 337

flag, SM Drake, 120

joke, subtleties of the. 82

love of titles. 371

people not slow, 129
Americans. Oarlyle and the, 83

go to Paris when they die, 391
Amide table est variable, 851

on cour, bon fait avoir, 742
Amicably if they can. 261
Amice grey, 220
Amid fures temporis, 490

pares, 578
Amicitia semper prodest, 640
Amico e guardatt, 845

non hie parcit, 540
Amicus certus, 742

certus in re incerta, 490

est, qui amat, 649
Amigo, non hay, para amigo, 481 note
Amis de mes amis, 723
Amiss all is, 328

good man's the last to know what'a.
857

never anything can be. 283

somewhat in this world. 361
Amiti4 est I'amour sans ailes, 781
Amity that wisdom knits, 301
Amnts, dum defluit, 668
Among them, but not of them. 53
Amor aliquando nocet, 649

signoria, 821

est medicabilis herbis nullis, 549

improbus, quid non audet9 609

omnia vincit, 491, 627

omnibus idem, 560

rebus, cedit, 649, 689

resurgens sasvit, 564

senilis turpe, 695

spirat adhue, 683

tutti eguaglia, 821

ubi, ibi oculus, 882
Amorous as the first of Hay, 363



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