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O negligence, fit for a fool to fall by !-WOL. III., 2.

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0, how wretched is that poor man, that hangs on princes' favours !— WOL. III., 2.

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Press not a falling man too far; 'tis virtue : his faults lie open to the laws; let them, not you, correct him.-Cham. III., 2.

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So may he rest; his faults lie gently on him.Kath. IV., 2.

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To climb steep hills, requires slow pace at first.NOR. I., 1.

The fire, that mounts the liquor till it run o'er, in seeming to augment it, wastes it.-Nor. I., 1.

Things done well, and with a care, exempt themselves from fear; things done without example, in their issue are to be fear'd.-K. HEN. I., 2.

'Tis better to be lowly born, and range with humble livers in content, than to be perk'd up in a glistering grief, and wear a golden sorrow.–ANNE, II., 3.

Thus hulling in the wild sea of my conscience, I did steer towards this remedy.-K. HEN. II., 4.

There's nothing I have done yet, o' my conscience, deserves a corner.-Q. Kath. III., 1.

Truth loves open dealing.-Q. KATH. III., 1.

The hearts of princes kiss obedience, so much they love it; but, to stubborn spirits, they swell, and grow as terrible as storms.-WOL. III., 1.

There be more wasps that buz about his nose, will make this sting the sooner.

1.-SUF. III., 2.

This candle burns not clear; 'tis I must snuff it; then, out it goes.--Wol. III., 2.

Though perils did abound, as thick as thought could make them, and appear in forms more horrid; yet my duty, as doth a rock against a chiding flood, should the approach of this wild river break, and stand unshaken yours.-- Wol. III. 2.

There was the weight that pull’d me down.— Wol. III., 2.

That comfort comes too late ; 'tis like a pardon after execution : that gentle physic, given in time, had cur'd me.-KATH. IV., 2.

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These should be hours for necessities, not for delights. -GAR. V., 1.

The tidings that I bring will make my boldness manners.—LADY, V., 1.

Those that tame wild horses, pace them not in their hands to make them gentle; but stop their mouths with stubborn bits, and spur them, till they obey the manage.-GAR. V., 2.

'Tis a cruelty, to load a falling man.—CROM. V., 2.

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We may outrun, by violent swiftness, that which we run at, and lose by over-running.--Nor. I., 1.

We must not stint our necessary actions, in the fear

malicious censurers.—WOL. I., 2.

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When did he regard the stamp of nobleness in any person, out of himself ?-SUF. III., 2.

Words are no deeds.-K. HEN. III., 2.

Words cannot carry authority so weighty.-Wol. III., 2.

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While it is hot, I'll put it to the issue.-LADY, V., 1.

We all are men, in our own natures frail.-CHAM. V., 2.

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Your colt's tooth is not cast yet.-Cham. I., 3.

Your words, domestics to you, serve your will, as't please yourself pronounce their office.-Q. Kath. II., 4.

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You wrong your virtues with these weak women's fears. A noble spirit, as yours was put into you, ever casts such doubts, as false coin, from it.-CAM. III., 1. You take a precipice for no leap of danger, and woo your own destruction.-K. HEN. V., 1.

Your painted gloss discovers, to men that understand you, words and weakness.-GAR. V., 2.

You play the spaniel, and think with wagging of your tongue to win me.-K. HEN. V., 2.

THE END.

G. BUTLER, PRINTER AND BOOKBINDER, RYDE.

Ender of the Principal words

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EACH APO PHTHE G M.

Appetite. .1, 35

Adversity..58, 176
Angels. . 2, 68, 77, 111

Affection..63, 92
Audit..6

Authority..68, 221
Air..6, 7

Act. .77, 179
Arrows..10

Assurance. .79
Admiration. . 12, 34, 36

Art..81
Action . . 12, 33, 43, 57, 118, Attempt..81
123, 149, 203, 221

Ambition..82, 186, 214
Arithmetic. . 13, 39, 201 Argument..85
Accord..14

Amity. .89
Apparel. . 14

Angry..93
Affliction.. 17, 54, 134

Apothecary..100
Axe.:20

Aurora ..130
Ass..21

Agues . .142
Apple. . 23, 175

Advantage. . 149
Ability..27

Allegiance. . 150, 205
Antique Song..28

Atlas. . 167
Audacity..30

Alchemy..170
Answers. .31, 108, 194

Adder.. 170
Amend..35

Artists.. 190
Astronomer . . 38

Anger. . 194, 214
Apes..42

Against the grain.,203
All..42

Age. . 204
April. .44, 63, 96, 209

Abstract..211
Antipodes. 53, 166

Accuser.. 216

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