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beware, 19
dare anything, 636



Poets, democrats. 27

dream, youthful, 221

fancy, youthful, 266

feign, all that. 298

feigned, by. 208

few. enjoy honour after death. 710

few, paid nowadays. 180

fictions of the. 702

flower of. 540

formerly the care of kings. 513

great achievement of the. 622

great, hold their reader. 613

guardians of the State, 114

have leave to lie, 840

have left nothing untried. 607

have morals of their own. 156

know, which only, 98

like disnutants, 125

lose half the praise, 381

make men witty, 11

maker of sweet. 181

many modern. 90

Milton prince of. 61

needs must be men or women, 27

not allowed to be mediocre, 586
^M^' '*™®' ^ ^*^® honoured the,

opinion as to, 12

painful vigils keep, 252

rejoice in tobacco and beer, 25

right of. 237

■acred matters held in common by.
687

scant of gold. 27

that never versified, 334

the waspish race of, £93

third-rate. 586

three. 125

three, in an age. 353

thus came honour to, 543

to rail, it becomes not, 473

to us, as we to the brutes. 210

usually poor, 700

we are born. 597

what are our. 138

who have made us heirs. 396

wish to profit or to please, 497
Poet's brain. 120

dream, the, 401

ear, flattery never lost on. 272

eye. with a. 65

fate is here in emblem shown. 388

heart in the right place. 130

lines, where go the. 166

made as well as born. 180

mind, vex not thou the. 360

pen, dropped from a, 206

pen, the, 282

sacred name, 58

song, insnirer of the, 227

work endures, 524
Poeta nascitur, non fit, 638
Poetaster, hunt a, 68
Poe-thry, swate. 17
Poetic child, nurse for a. 272

fields, 2

Justice, 252

pains, 98

trappings, 100
Poetical tempest, a, 638

would the gods had made thee, 287
Poetry, always fallacy in, 274

and religion, product of intestines.
70

as a medium for prose, 391



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Poetry, best words In best order, 88

but a giYing of names, 71

companion of camps, 334

comjDosed In an attic. 542

cradled Into, 331

declines, 201

deeds debased by bad, 638

definition of, 70

does not die. 737

drop Into, 113

history the tmest, 71

humorous. 612

minclnff. 294

musical thought, 72

no second-rate In, 238

of a true life. 615

of earth, 182

old-fashioned, 382

planet-like music of, 334

prophecy, and religion, 267

queen of arts, 347

tne devil's wine. 638

to enervate, 124

truest. Is most feigning, 287

why did he write. 255

world is full of, 240
Poetry's unnatural, 110
Point, not to put too fine a. 113

this is the. 75

to a certain, if not beyond, 529
Poison and gall under honeyed speech,
744

coward's weapon. 137

drives out poison. 769

flowers, richest juice in. 183

for others, food for some. 658

full of deadly. 436

if discovered. 206

is drunk out of gold. 703

is in the tail. 559

lurk, though the. 266

must needs light on. 793

of misused wine. 222

one man's. 137

one man's meat another's. 838

subdues the rage of. 4

sweet, sweet, 290
Poisons expelled by poisons. 127
Poland. 67 note
Pole, thrice to th* otmost, 211

to pole. 2

to pole, beloved from, 85
Poll, intontiere, 567
Police feminine, 720
^ ^ recognised by the. 348
Policeman's lot. a. 145
Policemen are soldiers. 343
Policy, any cause of. 2%

brow of careful. 344

has planned, what. 95

often hath prevailed. 80

regained what arms had lost. 51

sits above conscience. 302
Pohs meoal^, megali er^mia, 474
Polishing, labour of. 577
Polite, insinuating style. 851

world, the. 338
you're exceedingly. 143
Politeness, art of rendering what la diM,

cosu nothing. 226

defined as benevolence. 202

t^Utic. body dies from iu birth, 711
nothing is more, 8 ~* —

Pobtics. age of virtooos. Itl



Politics and morality apart. SO

and poetry. 347

and the pulpit, 39

and theology. 449

conscience and, 333

disturb, no, 148

fill me with doubt, 3S

in the East, 115

like ours, 154

magnanimity in, 38

mistaken seal in, 181

of an exceeding aoconunodatin'
character, 24

of the skies. 448

preparation not required in. 94f

quicksands of. 226

softer, saner, 156

sportins and, 116

the mule of, 116

to puns. 258

we bar, 143
^ , what begins in fear In, 88
Political economy, 70

illness, 38

life, worth of, 113
Politician, hard to be a tme. 8

I am not a. 25

pate of a, 318

who screams. 21
PoliUcians. all are, 174

degraded into. 116

neither love nor hate. 12S

the ancient. 8

whole race of. 352
PoIIa didaakomenof, 469
Polltce compresto, 509 nots

verso, 704
Polltcem premere, 509 note

vertere, 509 note
Polite ttt a diveB, 643
Pollutions, sun passeth through. 7
Polly, pretty, say. 141
Poluphilos eutuchia, 471
PoluphloUhoio thal<i9sgs, 478
Polygamy was made a sin. before. 1X3
Polypus, faculty of the, 638
Pomegranate, a rotten pip in every. 636
Pomp, absurd, 316

amadng. 409

and feast. 221

and elory, vain. 300. 438

ennobling this doll. 4

of method. 42

one may be wise without. 577

slave of. 268
Pomps and vanities. 438
Pompadour. Madame de. 713
Pompey. knew you not. 302
Pomposo (S, Johnson). BO
Pondered, weak and weary. 241
Pondue addere nugis, 617
Pon6n^ t^m, pdlourta hfmix, aoata

ra^atha Theoi, 480
Pont Aeuf, rieuM comme U, H3
Pontem et fontem, inter, 447. 598
Pool, the BtAoding. 306
Pools, standing, gather fhk. 858
Poor, a father to the. 414

always ye have with yon. <38

and content is rich. 324

and independent* nearly an Impc^^

wuty, 83
and liberal. 841

And miserable, greater part. 335
and prond. 841



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Poor and snbjeot. tongae glTen to the.

480
anger keeps men. 12
annals of the, 151
as a church mouse, 758
as Job, 278, 758
as the king. 305

become purse-proud. 95 ,

bestows uis goods upon the, 37
better be, than wicked. 761
blessed are the. 498
but honest, 288
but not obscure. 686
dance as the rich pipe. 862
do penance for sins of the rich. 862
few save the. feel for the. 188
folk safe from notice in commotions.

649
for one, a hundred indigent. 7B0
found'st me. and keep'st me. 147
giving to the, doth enrich a man's

store, 755
giving to the, increaseth a man's

store, 783
God help the. 784
good men make me. 500
good to the, 69
great men helped. 202
have cried. 304

have small leisure for grief. 390
he is not. who has enougrh. 633
he is. that Qod hates, 792
he that considereth the, 415
he that eaU the. 795
he that hath pity upon the. 417
he was^268

heaven-directed to the, 248
I am; I confess it. 633
if thou be. 75
in gear, rich in love. 47
inconvenient to be. 96
indeed, makes me. 324
infamous to be, 338
inured to drudgery. 95
labours of the, make the pride of the

rich, 861
live wretchedly, 628
lives, to die rich. 89
man, 722

man, a blind man is a. 196
man alone will give. 164
man doing business with a rich man.

535
man everywhere despised. 633
man everywhere down-trodden, 561
man grown rich. 867
man. In form of a. 560
man is Ohrist's stamp. 161
man is fain of little. 747
man laughs loudest of all, 166
man lost who imitates the great, 566
man. never turn thy face from any,

438
man pays for all. 862
man perishes when he imitates the

rich. 696
man, tell his vices to a, 76
man that counts bis sheep. 813
man's budget full of schemes. 862
man's cow dies a rich man's child,

747
man's door, devil not always at a. 855
man's funeral, few attend a, 512
man's life. the longer, the

wretcheder. 666



Poor man's rain, 747

man's table soon spread. 748

men fain of little, 841

men hesna (have no) souls. 841

men's tables soon spread. 841

more charitable than the rich. 190

neither turn thy face from tlie. 423

no one claims Idndred with. 833

none, but such as Ood hates, 866

once, always poor. 672

reasons of the. weigh not. 862

relations. 113

surroundings, take no offence at. 495

that ready oe to starve, 379

the, change only their master's
name, 561

the murmurs of the, 389

the senate-house is closed to the. 513

to live, in order to die rich. 584

who know their wealth are, 351

with you always, 428

yet industrious. 99
Poorest, greatest man the, 129

lived in abundance, 194
Poorly rich, 268
Poortlth, see Poverty, 841
Pope, Alexander, 21

caring not for, 398

is. where the, Rome is, 883

of Rome, more than the, 49

to drink Uke a. 499

what is from the. 794

words pleasing to a. 485
Pope's men after. 387

ringing line. 200
Popery, inclines a man to, 139
Popinjay, pestered with a, 293
Popish liturgy. 242
Poplar never dry, 344
Poppies, pleasures are like, 44

show their scarlet coats. 182
Poppy, not. nor mandragora. 324
Populace, a cowardly, 712

the fickle, 596

trust not the, 473
Popular breeze, will of some. 708

cattle. 35

common and. 296

favour, bidding of. 601

humanity is treason. 1

notions of things, 8

praise, 491

prejudice, appealing to, 486

talk, to despise the. 639
Popularit4, la oloire en groa soub, 720
Popularity an empty thing. 349

glory in copper pieces, 720

his darling. 39

not fond of mere, 671
Popult contemnere voces, 639

08, 491

iuffragia capto, 593
Populo, coram, 600
Populorum vox una, 711
Populus me Bthilat, 639

vult decipi, 639
Porcupine, quills upon the fretful. 313
Pored on, now seldom, 224
Porridge, cold. 276

poor folks are glad of. 841

what, had John Keats. 34
Porson, Prof., 340 note
Port after stormy seas, 344

any. in a storm. 757

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Port he knows not where, 6

hymns to his conservatism, 2t0

I've found the, 210

mistress in every, 141

proud of, 6

sweetheart in every, 338

the lofty, 55

we have reached the. 509
Ports and happy havens, 291
Portents, release from such, 681
Porter, there they found a proud, 442
Portia, thy steady temper, 1
Portion-paying, few fair words in. 866
Portrait-painting, two styles of. Ill
Portum, invent, 568
Position, an honour to his high. 542

this is my, 608
Positive pronounce without dismay, 96
Pot$0 comitatus, 639

ultra, nemo ohlioatur, 697
Possess, as you now, 701

blessed are those who. 498

it matters not how. 586
Possessed, less pleasing when, 153

the thing. 104
Possesses much, who, not happy, 614
Possessing all things, 434

love of. has grown with time, 691

too dear for my, 327
Possession, a, for ever, 473

advantage of, 559, 586

as good as a title. 841

eleven points of law, 841

fie on, 76

is tolerable, 379

is worth a charter, 841

makes happy, 557

man not of large, but of honour, 558

means astride of the world, 185

nine-tenths of law. 841

no good without a comrade, 618

of wealth a terror, 521

rule began in. 522
Possessions, he who is eager in increas-
ing, 635

I carry all my, 626
Possibilities, pounds and, 277
Possible, because they seem so, 639
Possidetis, uti, 701
Possunt quia posse videntur, 555
Post boy, a dead. Ill

must not quit the, 363

of honour. 1
Posteriors of the day. 282
Posterity, believe it, 510

do something for us. see, 347

done for us, what has. 377, 459

Sives each his due, 688
e has lived to. 655
Judgment of, 202

?iays honour, 180
rustees of, 115

will not look forward to, 39
Postliviinii jus, 573
Postpone, do not, living aright, 668
Postponed is not abandoned, 841

is not removed. 658
Postscript, pith is In the. 158

that which was most material in, 10
Po?tume, Postume, 18
Posy of a ring, 316
Pot, an earthen, 161

boilers. 393 note

boils badly, the. 624

boils, friendship lives. 471. 538



Pot calls the kettle black. 86t

inquire not what's in another's. 771

little, is soon hot* 859

must keep clear of kettle. 856

one, sets another boiling'. 838

to a boiling, flies fly not. 871

your broken, better than my wbok
^ one. 839

Potations, banish long, 233

forswear thin, 295

pottle deep, 323
Potato, only good part nnderrround, 442
Potatoes, great, 8l9

let the sky rain, 278
Potboys, the Prince of, 17
Potena sui, 557

Potentiality of growing rich. 177
Potions, your moral, 206
Potomac, quiet along the. 460
Pottage, a mess of. 457

" a mess of potash," 25

scald not your lips in another's. 844

so to gain. 350
Potter boasts of his own pot, 775

envies potter, 539

is at enmity with potter. 875

who iB the, 134
Potting, potent in, 323
Pouch, tester I'll have in, 27?
Poulain, Hen ne vaut, 741
Poultry never have enough. 887
Pound, cannot live on twenty. 160

needs flve thousand, 160

never have an idle, 830
Pounds a year, forty. 146

seven hundred, 277 «

six hundred. 254

take a farthing from a thonsaad.
851

three hundred, a year. 278
Poussin. N.. rule of conduct. 878
PouBsin's reply, 817
Poverty a branch of knavery, 841

a hateful blessing, 633

a shameful crime, 131

after riches, 844

ambitious. 551

an obstacle to talent. 549

and age, 772

and despair, two gods, 451

and oysters. 110

and praise, 237

be far from your house. 633

bear patiently the burden of. (9

better than pride, 841

bids us do anything, 582

breeds strife. 841

but not my will, 322

cause of, 40

comes in at the door. 880

confldence in. 670

cruel, 667

death, nor chains alarm. 657

depressed by, 175

discoverer of all arts. 633

everywhere a crime. 633

from affluence to, 82

Kuilty of, 178

has no relations, 862

hated, 175

his guard, 80

honest, undowered. 575

hunger, and dirt. 169

Impatient of, 579

inelegance of, 28



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Poyerty, inBtmctress of the arte, 633

is m foeliDg poor, 129

is no disgrace, 337

is no sin. 841

is non-possession of much, 633

is not happiness, 841

is safe, 696; 844

keen, the wholesome air of, 402

let not, part company, 816

love and, hard to hide, 821

made worse by dishonour, 590

makes me laughable, 633

makes men a laughing-stock, 607

makes some humble, 201

mother of arts, 830, 841

mother of miseries, 339

no crime and no credit, 841

no shame, 841

no sin, but better hidden, 841

nor riches, give me neither, 418

of the many, 546

only the poor should commend, 602

parteth fellowship, 841

patience with, 840

preferable to ill-gotten wealth, 654

pride and, 842

readiest road to. 478

religion sides with. 162

reward of honest fools, 81

self-inflicted woe, 99

shame and ostracism of, 633

sloth key to, 804

source of art, 227

splendid, 405

steeped me in, 324

the greatest vice, 259

the muses' patrimony. 48

the sixth sense, 841

to bear hard, 614

to laugh at, in plenty's reign. 81

to virtue, way oDstructed from, 483

usual with poets. 700

want's much, avarice all, 517, 566

which keeps under a great people.
546

will bear itself, 760
Poverty's unconquerable bar, 19
Powder, food for, 294

cart, upon a, 198
Powdered, still to be, 179
Power, a greater, than we can oon
tradiot. 322

act of, 10

advances power, 175

and its abuse, 41

and the glory, 241

arbitrary, 41

benefloent, 177

beyond one's, 697

bought by virtue, 526

by cautious counsel rather than
severity, 640

can believe any flattery, 605

daring things beyond your, 657

depositary of, 116

derived, cannot exceed its origin,
517

Eternal Ood for, 365

exempt from common checks, 5

folly to sulk towards one of greater,
684

forty-parson, 63

he whose, is greater than ours, 632

heavenly, ordains it. 506

humble people raised to, 532



Power, impotence of fancied, 360

in trust, 122

increase of. 100

is passing from the earth. 401

it frowned in, 342

laid his rod. 270

love of, 157. 359

no hopes but from, 40

none but knowledge and learning, 7

not ourselves, 6

of doing ill, 80

of saying things, 239

only given for good purposes. 665

permanent, inconsistent in a free
Btate, 625

place and, 229

pollutes, 329

possessors of. 37

retained as it is acquired, 658

riches, empire. 91

seeking supreme. 679

servilely for sake of. 627

temporal, 285

the Deauty and the majesty, 87

the best eloquence. 734

the giftie gie us, 43

the most of all. 197

the pomp of. 151

the sweetest, holiest draught of, 271

the Unseen, 5

though, be lacking, 699

to assume or resign supreme, 601

to charm, 239

to defy, 330

to hate, 237

to seek, 10

twelve-parson, 63 note

useless obtained by guilt, 602

what is, 152

will draw wealth, 38

wretch condemned to. 80
Powers, not senseless. 210

that be. 432

that will work for thee, 398

we lay waste our, 391
Powerful, companionship with. 619

disagree, humble suffer when the
555

do not try to rival the. 640

most, who has power over himself
640

none is safe enough against the. 509
Powerless to be born, 5
Practicable, things which are not, 39
Practice, an ounce of. 756

better than precept, 842

can do all. 842

is everything, 474

makes men ready. 699

makes perfect. 842

makes the master. 842

not knowledge but, 476

ruinous in, 41

success in, 155

that excellent master, 593

the best master, 842

with men and women. 32
Practised what he read. 347
Prsegravat artea infra ie positas, 699
Prxmia palma, 512

$i totlaf, 582

virtutis honores, 640
Praemonitus, prsemunitus, 780
Prmsentia in fastidio, 705

minuit, famam, 707



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PrwBentihus angor, 644

PrsBterit orhis opes, 610

Praomat6n, ta megala, 478

Prague, hermit of, 289

Praise, a^air addition to the general,

a fair day at night, 856

a fool, water hig folly, 842

a mere glutton of, 147

a mind greedy of, 677

and blame, 235

and blame fall on his ear, 265

any man, I will. 305

art is lost of knowing how to, 329

at morning, 244

beat high, for, 228

beauty's elixir. 239

before the victory, 474

blind gnide, 183

cannot wound, 264

condign, 281

conspires to. 255

contemn all. 141

crafty, brings repentance. 652

cram us with. 289

daubed with undisoerning. 100

day at night. 842

deeper than lips. 33

do not believe those who, 598

double be his. 344

dust of, 367

earned without bloodshed, 609

effect, what cannot. 122

empty. 262

enough, 98

excess of. 253

excruciating with. 66

faint. 250

false, wounds, 730

famous men, let us now, 424

followed where labour makes the

way, 681
friend's, halts, 846

Same of interchanging. 165
od from whom all blessings flow.
184

greatest, had been to liye unknown.
79

heirs of universal, 243

him is to serve. 95

him. not to. 303

I have not deserved. 709

I. whatever they say. 656

in public, 670

indeed. 235

is foreign, all, 205

is rebuke, when, 377

is satire, 389

is the best diet, 337

it is, if I do not make yon loath*
me, 575

itch of vulgar, 248

life at the end, 842

lost unless renewed. 575

loudest for bad things, 27

love of, 267

lust of, 254

maid whom there were none to, 394

makes good better, bad worse, 842

modesty of, wears away, 177

no small, 219

none too much. 842

nor dispraise thyself. 830

of fools. 34

of men. they loved the. 430



Praise of self. Ck>wley on. 92
of self is offensive. 575
of what one loves, is self-commeod*'

tion. 655
old. dies unless fed. 836
or blame, lived without. 72
pardon rather than, 531
poet's best reward. 273
popular, 219
proportion of. 2
puiT at every stranger's. 165
rather merits. 214
refusal of. a wish to be praiied

twice. 723
scarce would, 176
seeker after. 234
self, disgraces. 846
self, no praise. 846
self, no recommendation. 846
self, smells, 846
sickens at another's. 80
■ing thy. 165
Bolid pudding better than empty,

sweetest sound is. 472

swell with love of, 575

the fine diet. 237

the force of. 140

the garment of. 421

the heart. 30

the love of. 405

the lust of. 248

the, reward of virtu©, 588

their noisy. 57

them most. 2

those who delieht in, 652

to the skies. 666

true, roots and spreads. 874

undeserved. 251. 447

we. to be praised. 726 .

what they do not understand. 575

which all men. 258

without envy. 620

wonder is involuntary. 410

worst of enemies, who. 636

yet loved to. 352

yourself, daringly, 495
Praises from men whom all praise. 93

himself, who, finds derision. 652
himself, who. fouls himself. 8^
his own wares, every man. 775
the dead, everyone, 479
thy. shall endure for ever. 672
which condemn. 717
with faint, damn. 405
Praised and starved, 642

bad when, become worse, 475
by a man so praised. 574
by the undeserving. 695
by these, blamed by those. 575
to be over, 469
unenvied. 249
would not be, 352
Praiser of days past, 519
Praiseth himself, spattereth himtelt



846
Praising all, praising none, 141

be sparing in. 632

not slow 'in. 129

of myself, 284
Pranks have been too broad, 317
Prate, stand to, 299
Prattle without practice, 322
Pray and work, 629

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Pray devoatly, hammer Btontly, 84S

four hours to, 674

look you, I'll go, 313

necessity teaches to, 769

that God defend. 236

to, and not to faint, 429

to God, row to shore, 842

to work is to. 674

to-morrow, 293

who ceases to, 800

who knows not how to. let him go
to sea. 816

whoso will, 76

who would learn to. 800

without ceasing. 435
Prayed, how he, and how he fasted, 195

well, to have. 498
Prayer, a cry of hope, 721

a hundred hours in, 837

a short, enters heaven. 501

all his business. 239

an asylum, 410

and practice is good rhyme, 842

and praise, offices of, 402

and provender, 825

and work, 842

ardent, opens heaven. 409

book, on a, 103

cease to hope that the gods' decrees
are changed by, 517

empty hand, empty, 833

erects a house of. 106

fewer the words, better the, 778

generous, never in vain, 349

give way at length and grant our,

gives to. the adagio. 98
he is given to, 277
homes of silent. 366
ill-tasted, home-brewed. 154
immersed in, 561
key of day, 842

knocks till the door opens, 842
look of the night, 842
lost in the deeps of. 203
making their lives a, 389
mickle, but little devotion, 790
more things wrought by, 370
neither by. nor purchase. 600
of all of us to find. 232
or two, swears a. 320
private, 161
public, 161
repentance, 214
shielded with. 268
sure relief of, 397
the House of, 340, 427
the soul's sincere desire. 227
'tis the hour of, 61
with storms of, 362
Prayers backed by arms. 640

dare not trust sleep without. 26

done, my lady is ready. 880

few and short were the. 393

forced, no gude for the soul, 780

into stopped-up ears, 655

make long. 428

make mention of always in my, 431

move slow, 256

only righteous, heard by gods, 603

our. at variance. 664

past all comforts but. 301

say my, 250

set limit to your, 682

short, reach heaven. 847



Prayers, to desire with infantile, 684

who hears no. 256
Prayeth best, he, 85

well who loveth well, 85
Praying, lose not time in, 599

much, no piety, 828
Praying's the end of preaching, 161
Prays and labours, who. 651

that faintly. 261

where'er one meek heart. 257
Preach against the same vice, 76

as we will, 200

because you have something to say,
388

daily, editors, 70

for ever, I, 102

long. loud, and damnation, 275

to prophesy or to, 95

to the storm, 389
Preached as never sure to preach again.
19

Tully, 99
Preacher, advantage of, 37

Judge not the, 161

language forms -the. 92

speaks through his nose, 30

time the great, 870

will not be saved needs no. 799
Preacher's merit or demerit. 30
Preaches best who lives best. 793

to mankind. Nature. 408

well. he. who lives well. 737
Preacheth, who. giveth alms, 198
Preaching, a pound of. 756

down a daughter's heart. 362

exceeds not an hour, in, 162

folly, God calleth. 161

foolishness of, 432

is despised, when the preacher's life
is evil. 512

man's immense stupidity. 29

of avarice is all my. 76

praying's the end of, 161

the people. 189
Precaution better than cure, 6A\ 842

does no harm, 484
Precedent a king of men. 357

embalms a principle, 117

myriad of, 563

one, creates another, 181

recorded for a. 285

to precedent. 361
Precedents, create good. 10

foolish. 101

Judge by laws, not, 572

of the future, 627
Precept and example. 553

for the teacher s sake, 132

instil this. 640

keep this, retentively. 552

must be upon precept. 420

true business. 112
Precepts for the teacher's sake, 165

lead, examples draw. 640

moulds the disposition by, 634

these few, 312
Precepta, lonoum iter per, 553
PreceB armatx, 640
Precipice in front, wolf behind, 483

near a. 579
Precisian, the devil turned, 208
Predica, oien, auien hien vive, 737
Predictions follow those who look 781
Pre-eminence, by, 473

painful, 247



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