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Strana 64 - tis not to come ; if it be not to come, it will be now ; if it be not now, yet it will come ; the readiness is all ; since no man has aught of what he leaves, what is't to leave betimes?
Strana xxxvii - READER, loe here a well-meaning Booke. It doth at the first entrance forewarne thee, that in contriving the same, I have proposed unto my selfe no other than a familiar and private end : I have no respect or consideration at all, either to thy service, or to my glory : my forces are not capable of any such desseigne.
Strana 213 - Aiebat, si qui comedunt bona ; cum sit obeso Nil melius turdo, nil vulva pulchrius ampla. Nimirum hie ego sum: nam tuta et parvula laudo. Cum res deficiunt, satis inter vilia fortis : Verum, ubi quid melius contingit et unctius; idem Vos sapere et solos aio bene vivere, quorum Conspicitur nitidis fundata pecunia villis.
Strana 211 - It is high time to shake off societie, since we can bring nothing to it. And he that cannot lend, let him take heed of borrowing. Our forces faile us : retire we them, and shut them up into our selves.
Strana 52 - I am now by meanes of the mercy of God in such a taking, that without regret or grieving at any worldly matter, I am prepared to dislodge, whensoever he shall please to call me: I am every where free: my farewell is soone taken of all my friends, except of my selfe.
Strana 59 - What, in ill thoughts again ? Men must endure Their going hence, even as their coming hither : Ripeness is all : Come on.
Strana 64 - Moreover, no man dies before his houre. The time you leave behinde was no more yours, than that which was before your birth, and concerneth you no more.
Strana 148 - All sports and exercises shall be a part of his study; running, wrestling, musicke, dancing, hunting, and managing of armes and horses. I would have the exterior demeanor or decencie, and the disposition of his person to be fashioned together with his mind: for, it is not a mind, it is not a body that we erect, but it is a man, and we must not make two parts of him.