Sing hey! Sing hey! For Christmas Day; Twine mistletoe and holly. For a friendship glows In winter snows, And so let's all be jolly! At Christmas play and make good cheer, For Christmas comes but once a year— Thomas Tusser
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At Christmas play and make good cheer, for Christmas comes but once a year.
Each man must for himself alone decide what is right and what is wrong, which course is patriotic and which isn't. You cannot shirk this and be a man.
Sweet April showers do spring May flowers.
Seek home for rest, for home is best.
Tide flowing is feared, for many a thing, Great danger to such as be sick, it doth bring; Sea ebb, by long ebbing, some respite doth give, And sendeth good comfort, to such as shall live.
Who goeth a borrowing. Goeth a sorrowing.
The stone that is rolling can gather no moss;For master and servant oft changing is loss.
Make hunger thy sauce, as a medicine for health.
Ill husbandry braggeth To go with the best: Good husbandry baggeth Up gold in his chest.
Ill husbandry lieth In prison for debt: Good husbandry spieth Where profit get.
A fool and his money be soon at debate
Who quick be to borrow and slow be to pay, their credit is naught, go they ever so gay.
As order is heavenly, where quiet is had, so error is hell, or a mischief as bad.
February, fill the dyke with what thou dost like.
Look ere thou leap, see ere thou go.
Except wind stands as it never stood It is an ill wind turns none to good.
A fool and his money are soon parted. - Five Hundred Points of Good Husbandry.
A fool and his money are soon parted.
God sendeth and giveth both mouth and meat.
Time tries the troth in everything.
Dry August and warm, Doth harvest no harm.
In harvest time, harvest folk, servants and all Should make, all together, good cheer in the hall Once ended the harvest, let none be beguiled Please such as did help thee, man, woman and child.
What a greater crime. Than loss of time.
Fear God, and offend not the Prince nor his laws, and keep thyself out of the magistrate's claws.
In March and in April from morning till night In sowing and seeding good housewives delight.
If a garden require it, now trench it ye may, one trench not a yard, from another go lay; Which being well filled with muck by and by, to cover with mould, for a season to lie.
For the first fourteen years for a rod they do while for the next as a pearl in the world they do shine. For the next trim beauty beginneth to swerve. For the next matrons or drudges they serve. For the next does crave a staff for a stay. For the next a bier to fetch them away.