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to know what's amiss. 857

to lay the old aside. 243

what is it that will. 361
Jjastly and finally. 277
Late, all too. the advantage came. 271

amends never too. 812

beginning. 217

better than never. 762

comers, bones for, 673

five minutes too, 94

ffan then avise too. 345

ne has come home. 673

in one thing, late in all. 664

known too. 320

little too. is much too late. 747

lucky I was born so. 337

on principle. 391

thanks best, 13

to draw tne matter out. 562

to mend, never too. 812

to repent, never too. 812

too. 370. 673

who comes, lodges ill. 815
Lateat vitiwm proxtmitate honi, 530
Lately found, so, 219
Lateo et taceo, 574
Lateres cum duplicantur, venit Moaea,

512, 881
Latest seems to have done most, 672
Lathe hidsas, 473
Latin, able to translate into. 698

among Latins. 567

at the end of his. 713

explain as if I did not know. 716

for a goose. 133 note

Oetan fools laugh at. 531

lies and, 817

not words but matter, 13

parler, devant lea cordeliera, 771



Latin, small, and less dreek. 18i

smaU skiU in. 101

soft bastard, 56

taught me. in pure waste. 30

words scarcely recur to me. 670
Laudanum, some fell by. 140
LatLdari ab iUatidatia, 695

aba ts. latLdato viro, 574

gaudent, qui ae, 652
Laudat, qui aeipaum, 652
Laudator temporia octt. 519
LaudatUT et alget, 642
Laudia avarum, 677
Laugh and be well. 1S4

and grow fat, 815

and the world laughs with you. 3§1

at leisure, 815

away, fine laugher. 729

cannot make him« 295

crack in his. 165

for a. he will not spare his friesdl

hasten to. for fear of bein^ oblifed
to weep. 718

he says you, 665

if I, at any mortal thing, 61

if you are wise. 665

in the morning. 797
'inwardly, to, 665

let people. 816

lie. flatter. 6

like parrots. 283

loud, the children, 166

make 'em, 262

make the unskilful. 316

make the weeper. 328

not at another's loss, 128. 443

not too much. 161

nothing more unbecoming than SA
90

sometimes she would. 375

that spoke the vacant mind« 146

that win. 324. 817

the loud long. 374

too costly if involving impropriety.
608

where we must. 245

who but must, 250
Laughs are hearty, 254

at crooked man, who. 801

at. man learns more Quickly whit
he. 520

at sincerely, 340

best that laughs last, 792

himself to death. 792

maid that, is half taken. 746

nobody, and nobody cries, 445

on Friday. 797

with cast-down eyes. 665
Laughable, a hungry man. 665
Laughed at. what is viler than to be, ^

consumedly. they. 131
Laugher, a, may speak the truth. 6^>

665
Laughing and Jeering at. 240

and weeping first cousins. 735

he is always. 2

side, upon the. 243

stock, a mere, 681

stock, human affairs a. 665

to heaven men go not, 826

undo men, 841

we had more, 149

you hear that boy, 166

you may know a fool by his. 634



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Laaffhter an injury in Iom, 559

and ladneM in one bag. 845

better write of, than of tears, 726

but an art, 84

can you withhold. 666

constrained, 74

dismissed with, 681

does not prove a mind at ease, 792

excommunication for causing. 676

foolish, 665

for a month, 293

for the love of, 288

from a dunce, 64

holding both his sides. 221

ill-timed, dangerous, 469

in the mouth of fools. 666

makes good blood, 815

nothing pleasant without. 679

of hell, 732

of the fool, 418

or weeping, all things a cause for,
497

our sincerest, 331

peasants', more genuine, 538

shake despair with, 364

stabbed with, 282

the peculiar function of man, 725

theirs at Uttle Jest. 269

tragic, 540

uneztingulBhable, 468

Tast and inextinguishable, 330
Laura, the grave where. 262

was blooming still, 56
Laureate pension, earned his. 61
Laurel, let the. give place to eloquence,
504

never grows for sluggard. 376

round nis living head. 273
Laurels. O ye. 223

torn, thy, 338
Lave in it. drink of it. 167
Lavishly, he that speaks. 799
Law. a bottomless pit. 815

a labourer, make of. 189

a scarecrow of the. 278

a, should be short. 575 ^

a silent magistrate. 580

a sort of hocus-pocus. 204

a sumptuary, 576
^ a thousand causes of disgust in, 695

aims at perfection. 576

allows, modesty forUtfr.what. 659

»lani} givftw fregdO"lt 732' _ _

and arbitrary power,"^4r

arises from fact. ^2

army, physic. 102

as adversaries do in. 288

at, his neighbour jpersecute. 14S

author of a. obeying it. 623

born under one. 154^

can take an open purse. 51

cannot equalise men. 720

compels, do as of free will what,
660

consistent with reason. 659

construction of. does no injury, 508

custom rules. 768

do, love truth, 78

does no injury, 576

does not trouble about trifles. frl5

eight points of the, 462

ended as a man is friended, 23, 757

ends tyranny. 241

every, has a loophole. 774

evolution a, 233



Law. fear beadle of the, 778
follows gold. 496
for man^s sake mad^, 357
for restitution of fees. 209
for wife and for husband. 701
foundations ot,.ASi

founded on nsture. 603

full of trouble. 876

glorious uncertainty of. 204. 462

good opinion of the, 377



grind the poor, l"46
- hasar d-Qf The. 488



hasardous to go to. 604

he eked out wi'. 45

he that goes to. 47

highest, the highest roguery. 573

in a thousand pounds of. 808
y in. what plea so tainted, 284
^ is a ass, the. Ill

is a bottomless pit. 4, 816

is a lottery, 816

is bUnd. 209

is costly, 753

is good. the. 435

is king of tdL 3
- — ir laid down, 619

is mighty, necessity mightier, 734

is not retrospective, 576

is open, 431

is reason. 528

is so lordUch. 189

is unsettled, where. 589

Judges administer, not make. 572

justice in her net of law. 246

kingdom insecure without. 696

licks up a'. 815

like, like king. 818

like, like people. 818

loth to ma ken ende. 189

Lydford. 822

made to take care of raskills, 128

made, way of craftiness discovered,
888

man of. who never saw. 463

more by. less by right. 824. 860
^___nmalnot do injury. 575



mystePtousy 215

natural. 573

no departure from the words of the,

no, for Just men. 867

not the same at morning and night,

859
of cycles. 662
of England the greatest grievance,

_ of humanity, 41
"~(0f nat i ons, 220. 6S9
of nature, 220
of nature and nations. 41
of our side, is the, 319
of pusillanimity, 9
of society. 573

of the Medes and Persians. 422
of the place, everyone should ob-
serve the, 713
old father antic, the. 292
one, one God. 367
one suit breeds twenty, 866
people crushed by. 40
perfection of reason. 84
practice derived from. 663
precedents become. 181
preserves the eartn, 264
protects minors. 561



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Law. quilletf of the, 297

rettrlotiona of. rigidly interpreted,
645 - # ^

rigid paths of. 189
sanotioii*. unfair to onnelTet. 647
"" Bcience of our. 363
geei the wrftthillL JT7
■how me the man. 1 11 show you the.

848
■hows her teeth. 405
sometimee follows equity. 576
■oyereign. 179
suhtletiee of the. 643
the act of the. 485
the disposition of. 541
the invention and gift of the godi,

477
the letter of the. 14
the man of. 232
the universal. 577
the worst of. 865
things established by. are done

away with by opposite law. 509
to-day is none to-mo rrow. ,4 8
tons of. 373

too mudh subtlety in. 608
true, the very reason of Jove, 577
twelve points of. 841
_ .tyranny under cover of, 717
unwritten. 576
very g9od for all that, 274
weightier matters of the. 427
what is a. 20
what is the. not who are the

parties, 646
where uncertain, there is no law,

696
which governs all law. 41
while tne. is pending, 578
whoso loves, 210
wills what king wishes. 878
windward of the. 80
windy side of the. 289
wise returning from, 826
wrest once the. 285
written, thus is the. 570
./ you will maintain, when you can

— Ttrle youTMSf. «95
Laws abovdhe prince. 612
all servants of the. 575
and institutions. 20
and learning. 204
and ordinances, keeps the. 707
and rites, 21
- — ar« for the safety of cititenSji,5Z&—
assist the watchtnl," 706
atrocity of. prevents execution. 718
bad. the worst of tyranny. 39
best, come from crimes. 575
- best interpreter of. 629
breaking up of. 370
by general. 245

cannot make drunken sober. 33S
curse on all. 253
derived from nature, 8
dumb amidst arms. 678
dumb where drums speak. 882
enemies to. 40

framed to speak with one voice. 575
give his little senate. 250
given to restrain the strong. 563
go as kings wish. 737
good, come from bad manners, 575
good, produced by evil manners, 500
good, sprung from bad customs. 532



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Laws grow by litigatidn. 5TS

have a noso of wax. 814

he denies the, 572

household* 398

impartial. 376

intention should subserre the. 566

later, repeal former if inoonsistest,
5*5

lean on one another. 40

like cobwebs. 12. 353

like neta, 332

like spiders' webs. 23, 453

many, a bad sign, 824

men make, women, manners. 724

moved to punish bj justice, sot
anger, 629

new lords, new, 831

new, new deceit, 831

no power above, 617
_not judgeso^aWl - -

not prec6dBnuL572

obey custom, 592 note

of heat, crime to examine the. tS3

of the Persians and Medea. 413

orator subverts the. 629

pedaotio, 269

preservation of, the bond of mes !i
cities. 479

purer. 367

reason

-^txepuM

Mx hours to. 674

sleep but never die. 523

so wise, settled by, 231

subservient to custom. 575

the drama's, 176

the m nrn, the knn Ipstinr, ftt4

the snares of the. 14

their Joy is to obey the, 385

to the peoples, he gives, 634

to torture the, 14

undo OS. 887

very numerous in a oorropt stata
510

well to obey the, 474

who has a grasp of the. 650

without morals, 654

written, 123, 573
Law's delay, the, 315

first function to prevent injury. 670

their will, their. 326
Lawful, better nothing than all thinfi,
12

for me, all things Bxm,Mdr-

is not always honourable. 554

lost by what is. 636

made, what pleased her, 737

not wh^tjBjuit what is r ight. 61^
nothing to be, US me, dv7

to you, all things to be, 607
Lawn sleeves and rochets. 261

twice a saint in, 248
Lawrie, all sang Annie. 359
Lawsuit, avoid a, 512

one, breeds twenty, 837
Lawsuits consume time, 815
Lawyer, deceive not thy. 802

ffood, bad neighbour, 743

has spoiled the statesman. IIS

keeps your estate, 24

kUling a viper, 86 ^

knows how, as a, 101

not for every quarrel, to the. 781

who is his own. 801
Lawyers and their pleading. 461



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Lawyers are met. 141

ai. go to heayen. 777

cantilena of the, 108

ezclQde4 from parliament. 631

fret men into trouble. 148

UU aU the. 297

no. or foxes. 869

obstinate and fools make rich. 780

the battledores. 110

there woold be no good. 112

woe unto you. 429
Lawyer's clerk, and is a. 361
Lawyers' houses built on fools' heads.

815
Lay me down, irladly. 218

on for Tusoulum. 203

on, Macduff. 311

some merry. 19

the imperishable, 342

the unpremeditated. 271

thou on for Borne, 203
Lays before us, what. 112

doubly sweet the, 266

heayenly. 396
Layer upon layer, 684
Laymen low, kept the. 123
Laziness or sottish waste. 99

the devil's pillow. 804
Lazy as Ludlam's dos:. 768

folks' stomachs, Ido

people take most pains, 815
Lead, boiling oil or melted. 145
Lead kindly Ught. 236

nor drive, neither. 830

not drive, 488

thou me on I 236

when we think we lead, 58

whither wilt thou. 313
Leaden-eyed, pale and, 170
Leader, a blind. 603 , , «

all deeds tell against a hated. 568

good, makes good soldier, 501

lives no greater, 369

of leaders, 524

qualifications of a, 662

sage, in camps a, 269

the time needs a. 523

with me as your, 680

wretched madness of the, 622
Leaders, sulky, of the chaser 270
Leaders safety, a strong shield, 541
Leading men, as are the, such the State,

646
Leaf, falls with the leaf, 135

has perished, thy. 367

is red and sear, 269

shall not wither. 414

the sear, the yellow. 310

through green and through sere, 235

turn over a new. 875
Leaflets dance, only. 210
League offensive and defensive, 358
Leak, little, will sink a great ship, 745
Leaks, I am full of, 637

little, sink a ship. 139
Leal, each man to other. 190

heart leed never, 815
Lean against a falling wall. 669

and sad. 464. 777

body and visage, 139

was so ruddy, 147
Leander. Mr. Ekenhead, and I did, 61

swam the Hellespont. 166
Leap in the dark, a great. 459
Learn anld, learn mair, 816



Learn, but she may, 284

diligent to, 400

even from enemies, 89

from a penny paper, 268

from the learned, 520

let the unlearned. 564

live to. 820

never too old to. 831

not bred so dull but she can. 284

or leave alone. 520

silly bairns eith to. 848

so little, 106

teach, love, 620

to unlearn, 116

to, what has to be unlearnt, 634

too old to, 'Z08

we, not in school, but life. 614

weeping, laugh gaining, 815

with pale faces, 652

young, 815
Learn'd reflect on what they knew, 244
Learned, eith. soon forgotten, 772

eye, 33

lumber, loads of, 244

man has wealth in himself, 553

moderately, 498

much then I, 273

roast an egg, the, 251

smile, make the. 243

women. 364
Learner, a good man always a. 501
Learning a cobweb of the brain. 49

a litUe, 243

a pride of, 168

a treasury of, 628

and money, love of. 860

cast into the mire, 39

delusions of. 517

discourse, opinions and sects, 9

doth make thee mad, 431

fortifled by. 671

good life worth a bushel of, 744

knowledge and, 7

lies, breast where. 254

little heads may contain, 819

love he bore to, 146 -

loyal body wanted, 376

makes the fool more foolish, 815

memory without. 746

much, dieth with him. 84

no man wiser for his. 275

no pretence to, 44

no royal road to, 867

other branches of, 283

power and time. 85

proflcient in, deficient in morals, 651

progeny of. 333

sceptre to some, bauble to others.
815

scraps of, 405

should continue as long as yon live,
689

shows how little mortals know, 409

solid, never fails, 80

spoils a nation, 259

still I am, 736

teacheth more in one year. 6

that weight of, 367

the food of the mind, 522

think as men of. 678

thoroughly, no age given to. 617

to misquote, Just enough of, 58

unpolished, loses lustre, 78

vain without intelligence. 481

verging to the female side. 94



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Learning, yirtue and, have intrinslo
Talne, 78

want of. 123

wise manjreU, from them that hae
none. 750

won by stndy. 142
Learnt, easiest, 220

fn the cradle. 878

unlearns what he has, 549

what is insufficiently, 620
Leash or band for dame, 269
Least, he wants, who desires. 570

said, soonest mended, 815

what you have done to the, 659
Leather, broad thongs from another's,
532. 768

keep to your, 564 note

liberal with another's. 514

nothing like, 868

or prunella. 247

thongs of another man's. 768

through faithless, 410
Leathern purse. 241
Leave, better, than lack. 762

not a rack behind, 276

off first, 424

often took, 259

the rest to Heayen, 90

when the play is best, 881

wrung from me my slow, 311
Leayen, a little, 432

of malice and wickedness, 437

to work, wait for the. 6
Leayeneth the whole lump, 434
Leaves enough, but few grapes, 816

fall and melt. 3

Eetteth short of. 169
aye their time. 159

in its. we read no more, 73

in the forest, 273

on trees, like, 255

springing of green, 159

words are like, 243
Leaving it. became him like the. 308
Leban, oodenke mu, 457
Lector08, caveant, 574
Led. love must be. 346
Leech, a skilful, 49

a, that will not let go, 564
Leek, you can eat a, 296
Leered like a love-sick pigeon, 86, 340
Lee6 is left, the mere, 309
Left hand know what thy right hand

doeth, 425
Leg above the knee, broken her, 847

bail, he has given. 790

one. as if suspicious of his brother,
79
Legs and wings, all, 18

bestrid the ocean, 305

erect upon two, 110

he should have, who has not cour-
age. 885

if you could see my. 114

of gold, stand on, 171

under his huge. 303
Legal form, things presumed in, 627
L4oalit4, la. noua tue, 887
Legality kills us, 887
Legate or Cardinal never did good in

England. 461
Legem, neceasitas dat, 601
Legend, half, half-historic. 363

some lying, 269
Leget inter arma tilent. 678



Leges mori terviunt, 675, 592 not€

plurimm, eorruptittima repuolica,
510
Legge, fatta la, trovata la malisia, 774,

Legion, my name is, 428

of Honour, cross of, 82
Legions, give me back mr, 702
Legiones redde, 702
Legislation, foundation of, 21
Legislator, guiding spirit of. modera*

the true* 40
Legum iervi tumus, 576
LehrmeUter, wer tetn eigener, tein viU,

801
Leicester beans and bacon, 185
Leichenpredigt, LUgenpredigt, 782
Leisure, a lordlier, 356

idle have leasts 804

more occupation in, 532

never less at, than when at, 628

no. that useth it not^ 791

nourishes body and mind. 630

repent at, 90

retired. ^1, 630

reward of labour, 816

time for something useful, 172

to grow wise. 5

to make a business of. 630

tranquillity, difficult in. 519

turn, into useful business. 700

with dignity, 630
Lemonade, olack eyes and. 230
Lend, a godlike thing to. 715

borrow, man created to. 725

he that doth. 794

lend your wings, 253

less than thou owest, 306

naething to, 46

one only, to the rich. 827

or to spend, or to give in. 443

the men who. 187

what you can afford to lose. 816
Lenders, bad, 787
Lendeth. a good man is merciful, aaC

Length, his lisUess. 152
Lengthen, as the days. 768
Lends, that, gives. 797
Lent, first day in, 791

long, not given, 820

salmon and sermon in. 845
Leonei irritare, 609
Leopard change his spots. 421

shall lie down with the kid. 420

spots in a. not observed. 808
Lerne. s ladly wolde he. 76
Lesbia hath a beaming eye, 229
Ldse-maissttf, 574
Leaer, wie gefalV ieh dir, 735
Less, beautifully, 258

or more, nicely calculated. 400

or more, whether we have, 442

rather than be, 213
Lessons, because they lessen, 118

the best of, 340
Let, dearly, or let alone. 260

'em all come, 466

on sharing terms. 632

to end, wait for the, 6
Jjethe's gloom, 67
Letter, a, does not blush. 627

each, full of hope. 195

kUleth. the, 433



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lietter killi. the. 578

speech better than, 11

the canine, 681

when he wrote a, 10

writing, a waste of time, 233

writin , great art o', 110
Letters, a fool in three, 731

a man of, \t9

a thorny career, 719

heaven first taught, 253

his, are weighty and powerful, 434

intercourse of, 172

life without, is death, 709

man of many, 653

man of three, 554

morals, parts, man of, 101

open breasts, 172

Pbosnicians first inyented, 636

8ursuit of. in old age, 672
tie elixir of love, 172

the life of love. 172

the soul of trade. 172

thy. have transported me, 308
liCttuce after wine, 574
liBTel. if he's gone to a lower. 461
Iievellers cannot bear levelling up, 176
Levers for moTing men. 452
Levi, as Mister, did. Id
Levis sit tibi terra.. 676
Levity of conduct, lost through, 653

of mind, man's barren, 38d
Levins ferit leviora, Deus, 589
Lex appetit perfectum, 576

eat sihi, 578

Oentium, 625

prima naturm, 520

scripta est, ita, 524
Lexicography, lost in. 178
Lexicon of youth, in the, 201
Liar always prodigal of oaths, 731

an exceptionally good. 174

and a half to a liar. 871

doubted when he speaks truth, 587

every man a. 628

measureless, 302

of the first magnitude, 90

Suite picturesque, 83
bould have good memory, 687

show me a, I will show thee a thief,
848

vaunter and, the same thing, 760
Liars, all men are, 416

cowards, 452

drunkards, talkers. 687

find ready made, 3i

have short wings, 817

one and all. 31

pay the penalty. 680

should have memories. 817

we can never trust. 386
Libel, greater the truth greater the,
858

sreater the truth, the worse the, 231

ne evaded accusation of, 602

in a frown, 352
Libellos scinde Thalia, 642
Liber, aperit prmeordia, 493

htc. ad me vertinet, 466
Liberal as the light of day, 96

deviseth liberal things, 420

either a little. 144

think it not enough to be. 26
Liberality consists in giving suitably,

haf no limits, 674



Liberality, name of, sounds liberty, 722

of heart, 101
Libertas et natale solum, 353

principatus et, 117, 664
Libertatis, vestigia morientis, 705
Libert4, 4oalit4, fraternity, 725

0, que de crimes on eon^mit dans
ton nom, 726
Liberties and lives in danger, 613

Athenians will not sell their, 453

rescue our, or die. 455
Libertine, puffed and reckless, 312

the air, a chartered, 296
Liberty, a bean in. better than comfit
in prison, 739 •

a day, an hour of virtuous, 1

a plant of rapid growth, 383

above all, 477

abstract, 38

afraid of poverty, gives up. 661

ancient, despotism new, 720

and calls them. 36

and colonies, 40

and corruption incompatible, 38

and Rome, 1

and truth, 237

and unioiL 387

begets desire, 123

best beloved of men, 356

better than giftb, 880

bread and, 254

came after long years, 578

Christ and civil, as one, 408

connected with order, 40

dearer than country, 632

delight with, 346

delightful guest, 720

don^ agree with niggers, 198

empt> praise of, 563

equality, fraternity, 725

footsteps of dying, 584

footsteps of expiring, 705

from command of sea, 11

gave us, 174

heart that loves, 229

how many crimes are committed in
thy name, 726

in doubtful matters, 561

in some is licence, in others, 645

kings give, 107

lean, better than fat slavery, 816

love of. 126. 157

loving-jealous of his. 320

makes an old man brave, 641

monarchy and. 664

must be limited, 38

my spirit felt thee, 84

never to return again, 663

of generalities, 7

of speech, 8. . .

of the world, ultimate, 577

or death, 1

or give me death, 160

people's supremacy tends to. 689

perishes through liberty. 677

phantom which men call. 267

pleasing under a king, 536

plucks Justice, 278 ^^

power to do what law allows, 677

remote from, 237

roars for, 363

spirit of divinest, 84

surpasses wealth. 610
. sweet land of, 336

sweet name of, 622



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Uberty. the aplrit of. S8

the tree of, 718

this ia trae, 225

thooffh late, regarded me, 677

to lose. 10

too much, 396

Transatlantic. 65

under a riehteous king. 620

under the laws. 577

was all his cry. 352

when gone, life insipid, 1

when kings give. 107

when they cry. 224

where is. 22

vriU not be far. 3

winnowed by the wings of, 67

wisdom the only. 668
Liberty's cause, in, 560

in every blow, 47

ruins, on. 229

tree, first garden of. 68

unclouded blase. 346
Libet, non utt, $ed uti licet, 615
Libidinem ad omnenij 486
Libitina, to escape. 613
Lihito fi Hctto. 737
Libraries, shrines. 7
Library inscription, Latin, 620

the soul's Durial ground. 20

turn over half a, 176

was dukedom. 276
Lihres, Us veulent Hre, 717
LibroTum mult\tudo» 521
Ltbud. aei pherei, kakon, 467
Licence, my pages are full of. 674

outrageous, will prove disaster. 608

poetical, to lie. 689

they mean. 224

we are all worse by. 617
Licks the hand Just raised, 245
Lie, a good head cannot. 743

a, grows, 587

a low thing to. 558

a real love of a. 31

a warm, is the best, 502

abroad for the commonwealth. 404

be a living. 57

beltless bairn cannot. 7.":'

but somewhat piven to. 3J5

circumstance, with, 287

eouldn't, if you paid him, 186

credit his own. 276

dare not, 368

direct, 2b7

fault grows two thereby. 160

flatter, face, 6

fain gotten by a. 782
do not know how to. 655
loveth and maketh a, 437
magnificently. 588
many a, seemeth ful trewe. 77
many a. seemeth true, 874
men born to, 141

mixture of a. doth add pleasure. 9
nature admits no. 72
nature of a scoundrel to. 559
need of a ruilty, 208
new minted an old. 96
no. without voucher. 619
nothing can need a. 160
nothing in need of. but a. 834
one. draws ten, 837
one. needs many. 837
one, needs seven. 837
to strong is that wild, 236



Lie, swallows nonsense and a. 50

tell a, find the truth, 852

that slnketh in. 9

the more. 33

the national. 83

told a wicked, wicked. 27S

what is a, 63

who, deceives to his utmost. 650

who trusts in a. 799

(lee) wl' a lid on. 852

witib a latchet. 853

yourself, no use being ■qaeajnish. 31
Lies acted. 817

and Latin. 817

believe her, though I know she. 39

cheap as. 302

deviser of. shall not prosper, 466



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