2105 Latin Proverbs.
1. 'Tis folly to love fetters, though they be of gold.
2. 'Tis gold Which makes the true man killed, and saves the thief; Nay, sometimes hangs both thief and true man; what Can it not do, and undo?
3. 'Tis wisdom sometimes to seem a fool.
4. A bad father has never a good son.
5. A beardless boy would teach old men.
6. A beaten track is a safe one.
7. A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
8. A bird is distinguished by its note.
9. A biting cur wears a torn skin.
10. A blockhead, a dolt, a donkey, a leaden-headed fellow.
11. A blow from a frying-pan blacks, though it may not hurt.
12. A bow too much bent is broken.
13. A busybody is always malevolent.
14. A captive they insult with impunity.
15. A carpenter is known by his chips.
16. A cautious man will observe the indications of character which nature reveals in others.
17. A chain is no stronger than its weakest link.
18. A chain is only as strong as its weakest link.
19. A chair unsound Soon finds the ground.
20. A child may have too much of his mother's blessing.