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Leave her to heaven, And to those thorns that in her bosom lodge, To prick and sting her.
O, throw away the worser part of it, And live the purer with the other half. 36-iii. 4. 658
Grief not to be cherished.
15-v.3. 660 Resignation to the will of God enjoined. Do not, for ever, with thy vailed lids Seek for thy noble father in the dust: Thou know'st, 'tis common; all, that live, must die, Passing through nature to eternity. 36-i.2. 661 The value of faithful servants.
If I Had servants true about me;" that bare eyes To see alike mine honour, as their profits, Their own particular thrifts,—they would do that, Which should undo more doing.
The severity of age to youth. You, that are old, consider not the capacities of us that are young: you measure the heat of our livers with the bitterness of your galls.
Deal mildly with his youth; For young hot colts, being raged, do rage the more.
17-ii. 1. "All the editions read stuff”d, which is evidently wrong. It should be foul bosom, as in As You Like It: “Cleanse the foul body of the infected world."...Act ii, scene 7.
Eph. vi. 5.-7.
Oppression to be avoided.
Courage and cowardice. Turn head, and stop pursuit: for coward dogs Most spend their mouths, when what they seem to
threaten, Runs far before them.
20-ii. 4. 667
Pray be counsel'd:
Fidelity. Though all the world should crack their duty to you, And throw it from their soul; 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 the chiding flood, Should the approach of this wild river break, And stand unshaken yours.
25-iii. 2. 670
Kindness to be exercised.
* Waste, exhaust.
and with those That would make good of bad, and friends of foes!
15-ii. 4. 672 The act of opposing one thing to another. Let us, like merchants, shew our foulest wares, And think, perchance, they 'll sell; if not, The lustre of the better shall exceed, By shewing the worse first.
Forgiveness. The power,
that I have on you, is to spare you; The malice towards you, to forgive you. 31-v.5. 674
Melancholy. Fish not with this melancholy bait, For this fool's gudgeon, this opinion. 9-i. 1. 675
Servitude. Service shall with steeled sinews toil; And labour shall refresh itself with hope. 20-ii. 2. 676 The necessity of forethought.
In whose breast Doubt and suspect, alas, are placed too late : You should have fear'd false times, when you did
feast: Suspect still comes, where an estate is least.
27-iv. 3. 677
Drunkenness. It hath pleased the devil, drunkenness, to give place to the devil, wrath: one imperfectness shews me another, to make me frankly despise myself.
37-ü. 3. 678
Implacability. Not to relent, is beastly, savage, devilish. 24–i. 4. 679
Let me know my trespass By its own visage: if I then deny it, 'Tis none of mine.
1 Matt. v. 9.
Like a shepherd, Approach the fold, and cull the infected forth, But kill not all together.
27-V. 5. 681
The wisdom of concealment.
5-iv. 3. 682
Anger. Do not plunge thyself too far in anger, lest thou hasten thy trial.
Past sorrows not to be cherished. Let us not burden our remembrances With a heaviness that's gone.
Reflection. I would, you would make use of that good wisdom whereof I know you are fraught;' and put away these dispositions, which of late transform you from what you rightly are.
Reason. Mingle reason with your passion.
Tenderness in judging.
Breathe his faults so quaintly,
2 Stored. o i.e. Such as youth in general is liable to.
Reconciliation. Forget, forgive; conclude, and be agreed. 17-i, 1.
Steel thy fearful thoughts, And change misdoubt to resolution. 22-iii..
17-v. 3. 693
Bear not along The clogging burden of a guilty soul. 174.3.
Conquer fortune's spite,
23-iv. 6. 695
Attention, Fasten your ear on my advisings.
14-iii. 2. Prudence. It is needful that you frame the season for your own harvest.
had an eye
Self-discernment. An you
behind you, you might see more detraction at your heels, than fortunes before you.
4-ii. 5. 699
The danger of extremes.