| Learning hath gained most by those books by which the printers have lost.
| A drinker has a hole under his nose that all his money runs into.
| First get an absolute conquest over thyself, and then thou wilt easily govern thy wife.
| He knows little, who will tell his wife all he knows.
| Memory depends very much on the perspicuity, regularity, and order of our thoughts. Many complain of the want of memory, when the defect is in the judgment; and others, by grasping at all, retain nothing.
| With foxes we must play the fox.
| The patient is not likely to recover who makes the doctor his heir.
| Get the facts, or the facts will get you. And when you get em, get em right, or they will get you wrong.
| There is more pleasure in loving than in being beloved.
| Cruelty is a tyrant that's always attended with fear.
| Poor men's reasons are not heard.
| Old foxes want no tutors.
| Eaten bread is forgotten.
| A man's best fortune, or his worst, is his wife.
| He that travels much knows much.
| Change of weather is the discourse of fools.
| It is madness for sheep to talk peace with a wolf.
| Despair gives courage to a coward.
| Wine hath drowned more men than the sea.
| Today is yesterday's pupil.