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INTRODUCTORY CHAPTER-General description of Bacon's · Promus'
-- Mr. Spedding's description-Some arguments to be derived from
846. Metaphors-Aphorisms--Pithy Sayings, &c.
racter, Honesty, Licence, &c.- English Proverbs-A few
Quotations from Ovid's 'Meti' and Terence's Heaut.
86. Forms of Speech - Metaphors Sayings -- Proverbs from
1 See footnote, page 1.
905. Miscellaneous Latin Quotations, chiefly on how to Avoid and
Endure Trouble, on Dress, Income, Expediency, a Crowd,
92. Horace's Od.,''Ep.' and · Sat.,' Virgil, Erasmus, &c. Of the
Shades or Manes-Sarcasm --Rich Men--World consists of
95-966. English Proverbs from Heywood, and Spanish Proverbs
and a few Latin .
Earth-Great Ideas and Small
Dissimulation-Fading Pleasures-- To-morrow-Fret-
ting Anger- To the Quick-A Tight Ring
Amazon's Sting-Bitterness of Speech--The Pyrausta
105. Quotations from Horace's 'Sat.'-A few (Ovid) on Ridi-
cule, Frenzy--Absurd Styles in Poetry--Trifles-In-
flated Diction-Fiction-Whetstones of Wits
Degenerate Fear-Fame-Lovers — Women furious--
106. Hope in Ourselves--Chances of War-Feigned Tears -
Artful Behaviour-Hope-Simplicity-The Event-
-Fear is cruel, &c.
1086. Benedictions and Maledictions
122. Virgil and other Latin sentences-What our Enemies wish
- Treacherous Gifts -- Desire for Battle - Treachery--
126. • Analogia Cæsaris '--Short Forms of Speech