- 26 A broad Hat does not always cover a venerable Head.
27 A broken Friendship may be soder'd, but will never be found.
28 A broken Glass can't be hurt.
29 A Burst on-Hoik, and a Cambridge-MiUer of Arts will give the way to nobody.
30 A Bushel of March-Dust, on the Leaves, is worth a King's Ransom.
31 A Calm is most welcome after a Storm.
32 A careless Watch invites the vigilant Foe.
33 A Carper can cavil at any thing.
34 A Cat has nine Lives, and a Woman has nine Cats Lives, .) .
'3.5 A Cat may look upon a King. \ .,
36 A charitable Man is the true Lover of God.
37 A Child's Birds, and a Boy's Wife are well usedi ,38 A civil Denial is better than a rude Grant.
39 A clean Hand wants no washing. ,
40 A clear Conscience can bear any Trouble.
41 A clear Conscience is a sure Card.
42 A clear Conscience laughs at false Accusations.
43 A close Mouth catcheth no Flies.
44 A College of Wit-Crackers.
45 A Colt you may break, but an old Horse you never
« 46 A common Blot is held no Stain.
47 A common Jeerer may have Wit, but not Wisdom..
48 A constant Guest is never welcome.
49 A constrained Will seeketh e.very Opportunity to slip
its Head out of the Collar.
50 A Cook is known by his Knife.
51 A covetous Man does nothing that he should do, till '-. he, dies.
^ 52 A covetous Man is a Dog in a Wheel, that, roaste'th ; - Mfcat for others.. £2 A>
55 A covetous Man is good to none, but worst to himself. 54 A Cough will stick longer by a Horse, than a Peck of