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From that it is disposed:o Therefore 'tis meet
What other oath,
Unto bad causes swear
29-ii. I. 563
News, good and bad.
564 Ask God for temperance; that's the appliance only, Which your disease requires.
Love and meekness, Become a churchman better than ambition.
Determine on some course, More than a wild exposure to each chance That starts i’ the way before thee. 28-iv. 1.
29-v. 1. 568
The sin of ambition.
I charge thee fling away ambition; By that sin fell the angels, how can man then, The image of his Maker, hope to win by't?
Love thyself last; cherish those hearts that hate thee;
25-iii. 2. 569
Jests unbecoming to age.
19-V.5. 570 The danger of false accusation.
Take good heed, You charge not in your spleen a noble person, And spoil your nobler soul!
25-i. 3. The same. Be certain what you do; lest your justice Prove violence.
The advantage of sincerity.
Taunt my faults With such full license, as both truth and malice Have power to utter. O, then we bring forth weeds, When our quick winds' lie still; and our ills told us, Is as our earing."
30-i. 2. 574 Things unavoidable not to be deplored. Be you not troubled with the time, which drives O’er your content these strong necessities; But let determined things to destiny Hold unbewail'd their way.
You ever-gentle gods
P The sense is, that man not agitated by censure, like soil not ventilated by quick winds, produces more evil than good.
Tilling, ploughing ; prepares us to produce good seed.
' Corrupt nature,---a depraved nature.
If we shall stand still, In fear our motion will be mock'd or carp'd at, We should take root here where we sit, or sit State statues only.
25-i.2. 577 Mildness to be used in differences. That which combined us was most great, and let not A leaner action rend us. What's amiss, May it be gently heard: When we debate Our trivial difference loud, we do commit Murder in healing wounds: Then, Touch you the sourest points with sweetest terms, Nor curstness grow to the matter. 30–ii. 2.
The same. Now, for the love of Love, and her soft hours, Let's not confoundt the time with conference harsh : There's not a minute of our lives should stretch Without some pleasure now.
Persuasion. May'st thou have the spirit of persuasion, and he the ears of profiting, that what thou speakest may move, and what he hears may be believed.
18-i. 2. 580
Ingratitude, how extinguished. We sent to thee; to give thy rages balm, To wipe out our ingratitude with loves Above their" quantity.
27-V. 5. 581
Kindness. best love draw to that point, which seeks Best to preserve it.
30-iii. 4. 582
Reason to be regarded.
Do not banish reason
$ Let not ill-humour be added. u Their refers to rages.
t Censure. " Apparent inconsistency.
Praise to be bestowed seasonably. Praise us as we are tasted, allow us as we prove; our head shall
bare, till merit crown it: no perfection in reversion shall have a praise in present: we will not name desert, before his birth; and, being born, his addition shall be humble. 26-iii. 2.
Injuries. We thought not good to bruise an injury, till it were full ripe.
20iii. 6. 585 Passion allayed by reason.
25ci. 1. Suspicion.
If I mistake
13-ii. I. 587
The exuberance of lenity.
This too much lenity
23-ij. 2. 588
w Title. * i.e. If the proofs which I can offer will not support the opinion I have formed, no foundation can be trusted.
Honour and policy. Honour and policy, like unsevered friends, I' the war do grow together: Grant that, and tell me, In peace, what each of them by th’ other lose, That they combine not there.
Drunkenness. Drinking: I could well wish courtesy would invent some other custom of entertainment. 37-ii. 3.
The necessity of repose.
See, that you come Not to woo honour, but to wed it.
11-ü. 1. 593
Justice to self.
So I lose none,
Caution in choosing friends. Where you are liberal of your loves, and counsels, Be sure, you be not loose: for those you make friends, And give your hearts to, when they once perceive The least rub in your fortunes, fall away Like water from ye, never found again But where they mean to sink ye.
y Cleave to me constant.