Poor Richard's Almanack Quotes

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"Who has deciev'd thee so oft as thy self?" p. 6.

"Be slow in chusing a friend, slower in changing," p. 11.

"In a discreet man's mouth a publick thing is private," p. 14.

"If your head is wax, don't walk in the Sun," p. 24.

"Pay what you owe, and you'll know what is your own," p. 31.

"Eat to live; live not to eat," p. 34.

"Lost time is never found again," p. 41.

"Haste makes waste," p. 45.

"There is no Man so bad but he secretly respects the Good," p. 51.

"Blessed is he that expects nothing, for he shall never be disappointed," p. 60.

"Three may keep a secret if two of them are dead," p. 73.

"These Blessings, Reader, may Heav'n grant to thee;
A faithful Friend, equal in Love's degree;
Land fruitful, never conscious of the Curse,
A liberal Heart, and never-failing Purse;
A smiling Conscience, a contented mind;
A temp'rate knowledge...




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