30. “He told me you had gone away.” “He never says one word of truth.”
31. His songs never last an hour; A song, that lasts an hour, is tedious.
32. No bride-cakes are wholesome; Unwholesome food should be avoided.
33. No old misers are cheerful; Some old misers are thin.
34. All ducks waddle; Nothing that waddles is graceful.
35. No Professors are ignorant; Some ignorant people are conceited.
36. Toothache is never pleasant; Warmth is never unpleasant.
37. Bores are terrible; You are a bore.
38. Some mountains are insurmountable; All stiles can be surmounted.
39. No Frenchmen like plumpudding; All Englishmen like plumpudding.
40. No idlers win fame; Some painters are not idle.
41. No lobsters are unreasonable; No reasonable creatures expect impossibilities.
42. No kind deed is unlawful; What is lawful may be done without fear.
43. No fossils can be crossed in love; Any oyster may be crossed in love.
44. “This is beyond endurance!” “Well, nothing beyond endurance has ever happened to me.”
45. All uneducated men are shallow; All these students are educated.
46. All my cousins are unjust; No judges are unjust.
47. No country, that has been explored, is infested by dragons; Unexplored countries are fascinating.
48. No misers are generous; Some old men are not generous.
49. A prudent man shuns hyaenas; No banker is imprudent.
50. Some poetry is original; No original work is producible at will.
51. No misers are unselfish; None but misers save egg-shells.
52. All pale people are phlegmatic; No one, who is not pale, looks poetical.
53. All spiders spin webs; Some creatures, that do not spin webs, are savage.
54. None of my cousins are just; All judges are just.
55. John is industrious; No industrious people are unhappy.
56. Umbrellas are useful on a journey; What is useless on a journey should be left behind.
57. Some pillows are soft; No pokers are soft.
58. I am old and lame; No old merchant is a lame gambler.
59. No eventful journey is ever forgotten; Uneventful journeys are not worth writing a book about.
60. Sugar is sweet; Some sweet things are liked by children.
61. Richard is out of temper; No one but Richard can ride that horse.
62. All jokes are meant to amuse; No Act of Parliament is a joke.
63. “I saw it in a newspaper.” “All newspapers tell lies.”
64. No nightmare is pleasant; Unpleasant experiences are not anxiously desired.
65. Prudent travellers carry plenty of small change; Imprudent travellers lose their luggage.
66. All wasps are unfriendly; No puppies are unfriendly.