W. Gurney (William Gurney) Benham.

Cassell's book of quotations, proverbs and household words .. online

. (page 192 of 198)
Online LibraryW. Gurney (William Gurney) BenhamCassell's book of quotations, proverbs and household words .. → online text (page 192 of 198)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


melodious. 471
Unnatural is imperfect. 452
Unnoticed, he lives well who lives. S9i



Digiti



zed by Google



INDEX.



1213



ITDp»rtioiilar man. 165
Unpitled and unknown. 19

shnnned, 219
Unpremeditated lay, 271
Unprepared, never. 620
Unprovoked, ^ntle when. 265
UnpnnctnaUtT. tweet. 6
Unreadable that occure. 391
Unreasonable, makes folks. 128
Unrecorded left through many an aye,

219
Unrelenting breast, that. 256
Unrespited. unpitied. unreprieved. 213
Unrest men call delight. 331
Unriddled by and by. 361
Unripened beauties. 1
Unruly evil, it Is an. 436
Unsad and ever untrewe. 76
Unsaid, all things are gude. 754

let It be. 563
Unseen things move terror and con-
fidence, 507

unknown, 253
Unselfishness the only religion, 410
Unserved, uncalled, 794
Unsettled, things, kills the cow. 198
Unshaken, unseduced, 216
Unstable as water. 411

bad men, 590
Unsullied descended to me. 237
Untaught, better than iU-taught. 763

by trial. 409
Untold gold and silver, 557
Untouched, what have we left. 655
Untried, all things are gude. 754
Untrue, suspect our tale. 141
Untruth shielded by untruth. 175
Unu8 ex multi$, 698

vir. nullui vir, 698
Unused, to fust in us. 318
Unutterable things. 373
Unverhofft kommt oft, 864
Unwashed artificer. 291

the great. 24
Unwept and unknown. 711

unhonoured and unsung. 278

unnoted. 256
Unworldliness of thought, 66
Unwritten, half-forgotten tales. 234
Uovo, jaieno quanto un, 757
Up ana doing, let us then be. 193

hill our course is rather slow. 90

nor down, neither. 90

now down. 150

some are going, some down. 865
Uppermost, anyone who can get. 343
Upright, downright, honest man. 446

God hath made man. 418

man not to be frightened from his
purpose. 573

needs no javelins. 566
Upward steals the life of man, 195
Urban brings summer. 514
Urbe, ru8 in, 666

silent tota, 698

tota eantabituT, 540
Urht antiqua ruit, 699
Urgency or the case, from the. 632
Urn. faithful to the. 538

funeral, shakes up every name. 487

my destined. 223

of poverty, 242

of the soul, as it were the. 677

scarce enough to fill a small. 570

storied. 151



Urn, the lot is oast into the. 625

who has no, is covered by the
heavens, 506
Urns, hidden lamps in old sepulchraU
97

settled them all in their. 625
Uma capasB, 487
Urs, those dreadful, 165
Us, not unto. O Lord, 613
Usage, according to. 670
Use almost can change the stamp of
nature. 317

doth breed a habit, 277

ffood to him who knows how to. 548

he confirms, who abolishes abuse.
508

in. not possession, lies the merit.
388

is second nature. 875

makes men ready. 699

makes perfectness. 842

metal shines with. 488

more than we. more than we want.
828

not to shine in. 362

soiled with all ignoble. 367

to everything its. 685
Uses, to what base, 318
Uwed to it, 62

Useful, to mix the. with the pleasant,
625

what is. and what Is not. 655

where thou livest. 161

with the agreeable. 701
Usefulness and baseness cannot co-exist.

560
Useless each without the other. 195
Vaque ad arai, 491
Usquebae. wi'. 44
Usti, deditcitUT, 567
Usurpers sway the rule, 298
Usury and credit destroyed, 561
V»u» ab annia, 673

commendat rarior, 711

magiBter egregiui, 593

omnium magister, 699

prompt08 tacit, 699
Utcunque. however. 240 note
Utere torte tua, 701
Uti 8cit, qui, ei bona, 548
Utica, no pent-up. 276
Utile dulct, mitcuit, 625

quid, quid non, 655
17 tilt ta« communis, 507
Utmost that he can. wha does. 45
(Jtopia. a principality in, 202
(Ttopias premature truths. 7'^S
Utrum mavis accipe, 701
Utter what thou dost not know. 293
Utterance, how divine is. 210

that large, 182
Uxor optima, 495

placens, 577
Uxori nub ere nolo, 701



V? do you spell it with a. Ill
V-notes are something. 32
Vacant, a mind quite, 97
Vacuum, nature abhors a. 829
Vade in pace, 702

mecum. 702
Tm mihi, 647



Digiti



zed by Google



12U



INDEX.



Ym victU, 702
Vftffabond. nature's. 370

trayeller who is a, 149
Yagrom men, 280
Yagula, hlandula, 492
Vain, all delights are. 281

at the leaf. 271

deeds and vainer thoughts. 121

hopes. Tain aims. 215

ignobly, 253

is the glory of the sky. 404

only to the vain, 407

seldom sigh in. 270

that all is. 266

things, dared to despise. 606

though given in. 369

trimmings of the, 148. 149

▼ile are only. 57

wisdom all, 213
Vainglory blossoms but never bears,

vainglorious contempt of. 666
YainqueuT, vive le, 865
Vale discovereth the hills. 864

floweret of the vale. 153

of life, Beqnestered. 152

of tears, this. 134. 227
ValB ted non mtemum, 503
Valentine, St.. set thy hopper. 845
Valentine's day, a good goose lay. 836
Valere, ncfn est vtvere. Bed, 612
Valerius loathed the wrong. 203
Yalet, tanto, cuanto tenet, 747
Valet, catut uhique, 504
Valet, no man a nero to Lis, 832
Valet, du diahle, 791

tel maitre, tel, 818
Valete et plaudite, 711
Valiant and dares fight. 49

as he was. 303

blessed are the. 72

who can wisely suffer. 302
Valley of decision. 422

of the shadow of death. 414

who stays in the. 799
Valleys and rooks. 101
Valley's playful windings. 87
Vallombrosa, in, 212
Valorous, more childish, 205
Valour, a sad wise. 161

adieu, 281

and a stout heart, now is need of,
619

better part of. 294

bleed, in vain doth. 224

deliberate. 212

formed, for, 215

frowB by daring. 496
alf-way between cowardice and
rashness. 452
has its limiU. 721
honour attend your. 680
inflames their, 619
is certainly going, 333
little without discretion, 770
loves the test, 544
no true, 281
of former days. 641
of no service. 605
piety and. 121
shows but a bastard. 207
sometimes returns. 661
sourred him. 684
tne memory of your, 661
the soldier's adornment, 555
true is found, wherever. 143



Valour, wisdom, sit in want, tlf
Valour's a mouse-trap. 49
Valuable, nothing truly. 3
Value, ecolesiastioal, 702

never know a thing's, till it is lost,
865

such, as it can possess. 702

we rack the. 280

your, is according to what yon
have. 690
Valued for what they seem to be. 200

what is aught but as 'tis, 301
Vamba, en tiempo del rey, 738
Vana contemnere, 606
Vanbrugh's epitaph. 445
Vane, waverings of every. 370
Vanitaa vanitatum, 702
Vanities, fuming, of earth. 399

of. most vain. 374
Vanity accompanies virtue. 721

altogether. 415

an ounce of. spoils merit. 756

and vexation of spirit. 418

at the side of virtue. 876

bids her sons be generous, 348

combined with. 269

dies hard, 349

feminine, 116

man's, and honour, 188

of vaniUes. 418. 702

self-knowledge a preservative from.
452

seU his soul for. 255

speckled. 226

that's. 34

the pride of Nature. 875

the sixth sense, 875

to vice. 373

vice of modem world. 227

what dotage will not, maintain. 96

will out. 94 {see also " Wanity ")
Vanquished by HoraUus. 666

by so great a man. 581

have no friends, 339

he could argue still. 147

not you but Fate has. 272

woe to the. 702

wretchedness for the. 655
Vans, Sir Oammer. 449
Vantage-frround of truth. 9

for pleasure. 368
Vapour, curled like a. 28

it is even as a. 436
Vapours, congregation of. 314
Vapouring. I told thee what would

of all thy, 49
Variable a thing in Nature. 2

and vain. 218
Varied God. but the. 374
Variety, dear. 22

forms pleasure. 474

her infinite. 305

is pleasing. 876

makes things pleasant, 571

men that most love, 267

the great source of pleasure. 177

which all the rest endears. 107
Variety's the very spice of life. 99
Various, a man so. 122

earth was made so. 98
Varium et mutabtl«. 702
Varro {divina natura), 96 not^
Vartoos died, when the. 198
Varus, give me back my lef^ons. Ttl
Vary, widely its agencies. 171



Digiti



zed by Google



INDEX.



1215



Tom, quati quod, 677

tfneerum incruttare, 708
Va$a vacua, 514
Vase wai begun, a. 491

yon may shatter the. 229
Vate Macro, carent, 711
YaticaD wine. 669
Vanlt. fretted. 151
on hiffb, 120
the deep damp, 407
Yannter teldom speedB. 343
Yannting aloud. 211
Yeal. like tandwichet of. 168
Vectigal est. non ease emacem, 611
Vedette, toujours en, 730
Tedi Napoli, e voi muori, 846
Yeerine wind ■nifts. as the. 60
Ye^table, kind of holy. 336
Yeeetate in a Tillage. 89
Y^ after veil, 4
behind the, 134
UghtM of the. 36
upon veil. 4
Yein ran like a tendril. 260
Yeins are million. 384
_ ^ my, are cold. 272
Feltf et remia, 702
Velle, idem, et idem nolle, 656
Yellum. some are, 249
Yelyet breeches, black. 23

fflove, 456

out of a sow's ear. 888

to corer the claw with, 715
TeTialia, omnia, 627
Venari in mare, 659
Venatum ducere invito$ canes, 684
Yence, viva quien, 738
Vendangea sont /oite«, 713
Vendetta, hoe cone di Dio, 844
Tendita, U, 495
Yenditione exponas, 703
Yendunt perjuria testes. 610
Yenerate, nothing is left which I can.
398

themselyes, who. 407
YeneraUon. but no rest. 10
Teneri, sic visum, 678
Veneris, mille modi, 589
Yenetian first. Ohristian afterwards. 750
Venesiani, pria, 750
Yengeance at his heels. 95

deep-brooding o'er the slain. 272

due. 125

easy, 535

enough to have commanded. 707

cod of. acts in silence. 734

nas a brood of eggs. 209

is behind. 67

is mine. 432

is wild Justice. 876 (see Beyenge)

like a bloodhound. 353

none like a woman's. 150

on the ashes. Tile is. 345

open to patient craft. 647

pursued further than death, 322
Tent, Creator Spiritus, 703

vidi, vici, 703
Veniam pro laude peto, 531
Yenice. a maiden city, 398

I stood in, 53

sate in state, 63
Venire facias, 703
Yenison, all llesh is not, 753
Venisti, vidisti, ahiisti, 595
Venit, si vaUt, ille, 568



Yenom fordoeth Tenom, 190
Vent au visage, 752
Venter non hahet aures, 853
Ventis dare vela secundis, 535
Ventre affam4 n'a point d'oreilles, 746
Yenture. nothing, nothing have. 835
Yentures, many, a full freight. 824
of the heart, 195
or lose our, 304
who, wins, 835
Yentured, deeply, 67
Yenus a cruel mother. 585

a letter of recommendation from.

638
of Medici, 373
otia amat, 689
quiyers of, 601
rose red out of wine. 355
sets, ere Mercury can rise. 254
sine Cerere et Liber o friget, 679
so it seems fit to. 678
superiority of wine over. 210
Venus, les demiers, 859
Yenuses and Oupids. mourn. 579
Ver non semper viret, 703
Yeracity the heart of morality, 173
Verba de prsBsenti, 703
facit mortuo, 703
inania, 514
nil ultra, 712
non innoxia, 689
sesQuipedalia, 643
tonitrua, 512
transfertis mea, 588
Verbatim et literatim, 704
Verbera sed audi, 8, 704
Verberatm grandine vinex, 517
Yerbiage, barren, 364
Verbis alliciendus amor, 523
quam armis, 627
qui simulat, 652
Yerbosity, his own. 117

thread of his, 281
Verbosus, ne sis, 659
Yerbs and nouns do more agree, 157
Forbitm inane verit, 578
sapienti «ott«, 751
sat sapienti, 704
verbo reddere, 601
Verdad, la, es hija de Dios, 874
Yerdict, haste to give up thy, 211

notwithstanding the. 613
Yerdure. to look upon, 6
Yere family motto. 704
Vere, si poteris, 676
Verein und leite, 734
Yerge enough, all and. 126
enough, room and. 153
on the yery, 306
Yereer, an erudite. 16
Vert, suppressio, 687
Yeriiy. a lady's. 289
Veris vincor, 706
Veritas a Deo. 704
in vino, 867 note
nuda, 644

odium parit, 623. 704
temports filia, 874
vincit, 704
vincit omnia, 706
Veritatis, lux, 551
magna vis, 621
Yermilion hue, pure, 131
Yermin. race of little odious, 352
Vermdg^n sucht Vermdgen, 766



Digiti



zed by Google



mo



INDEX.



T«nukl bloom. 214

•easoofl of tho year, S25
f tro niha v«riu0, 704

M non 4, 4 bm trovato. 757
f •rroiw. nout, d<t rav»uai«. 877
T0T9, U8, tont 9nfant8 de la lyre, 726
T«rM oomet from HeaTeD. 269

onrMd b« the. 260

low frM, tho. 340

bl^i Immortal, 222

I oan alwaxt make the first. 717

It a measured ipeech. 8

like the laurel. 96

majesty of. 124

married to immortal. 221

may find him. 160

moat lODd her wing, 224

BOW ODe in. 243

one made for the other's sake. 49

r eads, and thinks she understands.
31

sobject of all. 179

sweetens toil. 142

tame. 26

the hoarse rong h. 244

thou hoDonr'st. 224

unpremeditated. 217

wanting the aoeompUshment of. 402

wisdom married to. 403
Terses. a book of. 133

fear, and hate poets. 626

for his bad. 304

had greater force, that my. 549

I wrote these. 666

if my. are capable. 642

mad with making, 131

rhyme the mdder is of. 49

should be snng. not read. 726

the badly-turned. 630

who can tarn ont. more aaickly. 697

with nothing in them, 704

writing, does not please. 606
Versifiers not poeU, 334
Versify in spite, 126
Versions, not. bat perrerdons. 616
Fsrto poIKee. 609 not€
Fsrtroueii ertD«ekt vertrauen, 767
Vertaons. who that is most. 76
Fsrweft. wa«, mutt auf^rtUhen, 735
V9T§0ih dir niehU. 781

aottUch ftt, 244 note
Vespasian and the ploaghman. 857 note

changed for the better. 681
Vesper bell from far. 73
f esper quid (tat, incertum, 662
Vessel by which yon escaped. I
the. 664

do not embark all in one. 770

entrust not all to one, 698

is clean, unless the. 678

the gilded, 163

the weaker. 436

will retain savour, 668

without a pilot. 274
Vessels, empty, give most sound, 176

fulL giTe least sound, 782

ill, seldom miscarry, 808

large, may Tenture. 138
Vessel's crank, when the. 210
Vestals, love-lacking. 326
Vestal's lot, blameless. 253
Tettioia jlammm vetens, 488

nvUa rHrorium, 706
Vestnrs of decay. 285
Veteran, superfluous lags the. 175



gaT6



Veterans rewards, its. 2*8
Fetitum, nitimur in, 608

per, St nefaa, 495
V€tuMta8 muZta lentt. 659

pro legs habetur, 705
Veut qvi. peitt, 883
V€xatio dat <iit«Ilectttn. 752
Vexed question, 705
F<, out. aut frauds, 524

et armit, 706

verum vtncitur, 705
Via jurit liabst. hoc, 541

leti. 625

madia, 705

tentonda etU 692
Vials of the wrath of God. 437
Viam feci— ruina, 544
Viamqvs afBctat Olympo, 634
Viand, jovial sort of. 112
YiatOT, 9itU, 679

vacuuM coram latrone, 502
Vibrations, to deaden iU. 195
Vicar of Bray, 458. 864
Vice, a common. 551

all. downward in tendency. 625

alone a foe. to. 45

by a princess example made custom.

deceives In jpiise of virtue. 536

ever cowardly, 620

first virtue is to be without. 641

Kthered every, 252
s reached its acme. 607
he lashed the, 352
how soft. 51

in proximity to what is good. 666
is a monster. 246
is fed. 247

is hidden, in cities, 96
is summary, 507
is, where, vengeance follows. 876
its own punishment. 876
lost half iU evU, 39
no, complete of itself. 618
no. goes alone. 833
old-gentlemanly. 60
others' disgrace deters from. 692
philosophy expeller of. 709
prevails, i

prosperity discovers. 9
raptures and roses of. 355
so simple, no. 284
the extreme of, 246
the misery of all. 48
there are beginnings of. 687
what maintains one, 138
which offends none, not vice. 717
works naught but evil. 734
wrap up. with virtuous words, 704
Vices, a whirlpool of. 584 note
are become fashions. 645
betwixt two. 389
chiefest bridle of. 9
dispersed by occupation. 606
esteemed as virtues, 205
fools avoiding, run to opposite ex-
tremes, 524
slory in their, 631
idleness produces. 804
in their woe. forgot their. 146
leave us. we fancy we leave them.

728
less serious when open. 626
nourished by their moods. 646
notM quittent, quand lea. 728



Digiti



zed by Google



INDEX.



1217



Tle«8 of the affe, 269

of the time, and of the indiyldaal.
709

our pleasant, 307

road to. smooth and steep. 625 note

teUe his. 76

that my. tellen me. 75

under the name of Tlrtoes. 709

nnleam. 708

▼anquished by. 494. 549

war with, 630

was there ever richer abundance of.
530

we bear with accustomed. 508

which have srrown np with os. 520

without redeeming Tirtoe. 591
Vice ver$a, 750
Vicinia rauca, 646
Vicinum pecvf, 538

Vicious man. though myself be a f ul. 76
Vicissitude sad. 20
Vicissitudes, full of strange. 62

of things. 142
ricisti, Galilme, 705
Victa jam pietaU, 496
Victi vincimu$, 705
Victims, the little, 153
Victor and Yanquished neyer unite. 705

each was. 705

Put to the. 200
retire from lighting. 6S1

interiiU 540
Victors, spoils to the. 204
Victor's mind, 2
Victoria IsBta, 554

pro, vita, 705
. talus s«, 683

^ uti nsflctfl. 706

Victories, stories of. 78

undone, by. 124
Victory always glorious, 737

another such, and we are undone,
455

Oadmean. 472

each to think himself the chief
cause of. 477

Empire and, 330

finest, to Tanquish one's heart. 720

for, Ufe, 705

great, is bloodless, 738

rreat. that is without blood, 810

he who conquers himself in. 499

I will not steal. 454

if not. is jet reyenge. 213

increases oy concord, 705

knows not now to use a, 465

likes not riyalry, 666

loTCS trouble, 490

moderation in, 5

not hoping. 339

or Westminster Abbey. 460

pardon, choicest flower of. 840

safety in. 683

so great an object. 690

true, is achiered without loss of
honour. 525

'twas a famous. 341

unable to utilise, 706

will be your ruin. 656

won. 239
Victual^ not diffloult to please about,

Vidit et eruhuit, 706

Vidrio, la muier st de, 738

Vie, on Bfitre, on cHs. et c*08t la, 726

3t



Vieillard aheeedaire, 721
Fiet'Ilesse. guelle triate, vout voui pre-
pares. 731
Vieum, peti de o^nt savent ^tre. 727
View fair Melrose aright. 272

of men and things. 6

the forward. 210
Viewless forms of air. 272
Vigil. Ufe a. 709
VioHate et orate, 706
Vigour, our. passes like a flower. 706
Vilain, grand, grande cheute, 766
Vile, intolerable. 288

not so miserable as, 725

to the yile seem. 306
Vilior alga, niai cum re, 529
Village, harm in the. 738

looks how quiet. 367

marked with little spire. 332

of the plain. 146

vegetate in a. 89
Villages embosomed. 372
Villager, bom humbly and bred hard.

80
Villagers on bended knees. 400
Villain and he. 322

condemns me for a. 300

hungry, lean-faced, 279

lost to loTC and truth. 42

smiling, damned, 313

some eternal, 325

that thou think'st. 310
ViUains, rich, 279
Villainies, sum of all. a Slaye Trade.

388
Villainy an object of wonder. 559

away with all. 680

direct. 302

forswear 't. let. 289

naked. 299

natural expression of, 82

you teach me, 284
Villas with sounding names, 191
Tille, petite, grand renom, 727
Villon, Swinburne on, 356

the Parisian poet, 882
Tin dentro, tenno tuora, 881
Vineet, hoc eigno, 660
Vinci, they spell it. 82
Vincit qui $e vincit, 706
Vinco »eu vincor, 552
Vindictam mandaaee, 707
Vine, the gadding. 223

the mantling, 215

under his. 412
Vines. France with all her. 98

in sand, 850
Vinegar given better than honey
sought, 876

of sweet wine, 851

only and pepper, to its. 170
Vino felon, eoore melon. 752

vellite curae, 621

tortut et ira, 707
Vintage is over. 713

Time's. 133
Vintages golden and red. 384
Vintners buy, wonder what the, 134
Vinum dmmonum, 89
Violence Just where mildness is in yaia
721

of their rage drags them on. 694

proceeded. 218

the show of. 311

without undue. 691



Digiti



zed by Google



1218



INDEX.



violence, worse to bear than. 216
Violent it not laatinflr. 659

nothing, laata. 351

over. 122 ^ ^«,

whatever eanee he took. 123
Violently if they must. 261
Violet, by a moBsy stone. 394

dew that on the. 273

here and there a. 20

in the youth, 312

is a nnn. 169

the rlowinff. 224

the nodding, 282

without smell. 760
Violets, a bank of. 288

danehters of the Earth. -262

dim. 290

liUes and. 19 _

plucked. 136, 240

spring, may. 319

veiled nuns, meek, 167
Viper, lawyer killing a. 86

poisoned by Oappadocian'i blood,
707
Vipers and moths, 196



Ftr, qualia, talis orotic, 646
Tires acquirit eundo, 690
tnaenus, 578
tuper, 687
flupra, 688

ultro, 651. 697 ^ ^,^

Vireague acquirit ^eundp,J3§
Virgil and Bathyllus. 678
Virgil's epitaph, 585

state. 108_ _, ^ cot*

Virgilian or Homeric chances, 682
Virgins are soft as the roses. 54

learned. 60
Virgo intacta, 707

Ftrtbus unitit, 707 ^ ^ „.

Yirorum clarorum more$ animique, 600
Virtue! a flg! 323

a man's glory or reward, 497

a strong Bhleld. 487

a thousand shields. 707

abides eternal, 521 , ^^^ ^^

accompanied by vanity. 721, 876

according to nature. 708

adversity discovers. 9

after, cash first and, 620

alone ennobles. 708

alone, friendly to, 698

alone is happiness, 247

alone true nobility. 142

an anchor. 702 ... ,

and learning have intrinsic value*

78
and not birth, 136 , , ,
and the faculties within. 398
and trade the best inheritance. 876
anything is to be gained by. 336
assume a, 317

be the fool of, not of vice. 779
beauty the flower of, 760
better without gold. 13
by, not craft. 7d8
by, not words, 708
cannot be snatched or stolen. 647
cannot exist without reason. 708
conquer by means of. 706
could see to do. 222
crowns her worshippers, 509
draws by its own charms, 694
each, its most perfect reward, 569



Virtue, each, its own reward. 5e»
even for virtue's take. 254
fearful to the wicked. 559
flourishes by a wound. 707
folly to pQTtue too far. 566
forced into. 246 ^ . ^^
forsakes the path of. 708
from on high, 564
gives heiielf Wbt. 544
gold less valuable than. 706
greatest offence against, 158
greedy of, danger. 497
growt under opprMsion, 511
has all things in herself. 708
honour to thee in thy. 580
how dlflksult is. 646
I wrap myself in my, 586
if not in action, a vice. 207
if she could be seen. 8
in a chief to know his men. 641
in ambition, 10
in distress, 127
in perfection, one. 149
is bold, 279 _, ^^
is fleeing from vice. 707
is its own reward, few believe that,

599
Is slow, 507

is the roughest way. 404
its own reward. 876
itself scapes not. 312
itself turns vice, being misapplied,

321

ioins man to God. 707
iberty. and Rome. 1
like precious odours, 9
linked with one. 55
lives beyond the grave. 710
lives when Beauty dies. 389
loses lustre if not polished. 78
lost to. 407
makes the bliss, 89
may be assailed, 222
most men admire. 219
most uncommon. 59
nature does not give. 598
never grows old. 876
never want of room for. 620
no way impassable to. 568
none can be happy without, 6OT
not ttom learning, but from nature.

708
not from nature or teaching. 707

not words merely. 708
of necessite. 75
of necessitee. 76

of necessity. 126. 872

only is necessary, 698

only is our own. 254

only makes our bliss. 247

opens heaven. 708

praise of, lies in action. 708

present we hate, removed we sees.
708

proceeds through toils, 467

redeeming, 591 ^ ^^

requires no reward, 572

rich enough in, 526

seeds of. implanted by nature. 6w

she alone is free. 223

shines untarnished, 708

sinking in, 408 ^

some mark of, 284

spurs to, 13

itarvet, 847



Digiti



zed by Google



INDEX.



1219



Virtue itlll ita own reward. 254

■troneer than a battering-ram, 707

terrible to klnffs, 663

the first, is to kepe the tonn?, 77

the flnt. to refrain the tongme. 77

the flrste, to reetreine thy toxiee. 77

the fount whence honour. 205

the happineM of all. 48

the highest good. 734

the highest reward, 708

the mean between opposing Tioes,

707
the only amaranthine flower. 99
the only distinction. 625
the only nobility. 609
the only way to tranqnillitr. 591
the reward of Tlrtne. 130, 247
the safest helmet. 503
the way of life. 709
the whitest. 279
to, not arms, 708
to pursue. 73

to realise the beauty of, 681
too painful an endeavour. 248
under heaven, every, 251
undeterred by obstacles, 534
valour, wisdom, 219
was always in a minority, 721
we can boast, 1
when earned by, 1
who dies for, does not perish, 651
who would embrace, without its

rewards, 690
win endure to posterity. 486
will only be followed for her own

sake, 721
wisdom, valour, wit, 220
Virtues, age not utterly destitute of,

615
be to her. very kind. 259
called forth my. 268
constancy the foundation of. 13
curse on his, 1
sreat men estimated by, 581
learn, 708

lost in self-interest, 726
of society, 130
only splendid sins, 456

§ity, crown of all, 77
*owers, 216

walked their narrow round. 176

we write in water. 301

will plead as angels, 308
Virtue's out a word. 209
Virtuous, and the wise, 1

and vicious, 246

and wise he was, 4

be, and you'll be happy, 25

be, and you will be eccentric, 82

be. and you will be happy, 138

because thou art, 288

but if a man be, 76

glory for the, 102

Uberty, 1

outrageously, 347

woman, a, 418

would needs be, 300
Virtut aamula, 684

celata, 633

Clara atemaque hahetur^ 521

mercede caret, 572

omnia in te hdbet, 708

post nummoB, 620

prmmium optimtxm, 708



Online LibraryW. Gurney (William Gurney) BenhamCassell's book of quotations, proverbs and household words .. → online text (page 192 of 198)