Collection of Gaelic Proverbs and Familiar Phrases to Which Is Added, 'The Way to Wealth' by Benjamin Franklin

 
9781231723432: Collection of Gaelic Proverbs and Familiar Phrases to Which Is Added, 'The Way to Wealth' by Benjamin Franklin

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1819 edition. Excerpt: ...He is an auf that takes no advice, and a fool that takes every counsel. 131. It is woeful on whomsoever falls all that is sufter able. 132. Small is the matter that proves not a hindrance in harvest. (a) "All's well that ends well." (&) "A man's ay crouse in his ain cause."--Ramay's Scots. 133. Is eas-gaidh an droch ghil air cuairt. 134". Is trom dithis air aon mheis, is gun bhi ac' ach aon ghleus. 135. Is beo na h-eion ged nach seobhaig. 136. Is treise tuath no tighearna. 137. Is fiamhach an t-suil a lotar. 138. Is luath am fear san tar an t-eagal. 139. Is fearr teiche math no droch fhuirich. (c) 140. Is e fa ma'm biodh tu ciod e gheibhidh tu. (d) 141. Is coma' leam conmnn an oil. 142. Is buidh' le bochd eanbhrigh ged nach bi e deadh-bruichd. '--143. Is tom gach tulaich san t-samhra. 144. Is 16m an leach air nach greim thu. 145. Is fearr mathair phocanacn, no athair claimheach. 146. Is math am baile am fuighir biadh a chinn iarr uidh. 147. Is call caillich a poc's gun tuille bhi aice. 148. Is suarrach uisge teath a shire fuidh chloich fhuair. i' (c) " He that fights and runs away, "May live to fight another day." (d) This is a firmly-rooted maxim among the Scoto-Saxons, as well as the Scoto-Gael,--so do the Anglo-Saxons allege at least. Baile, place of residence, farm-stead, hamlet, village. A town bears a similar signification among the Scoto-Saxons.--"The word Bailiefe" says Minsheti, " came from Bailiwick, 133. Nimble is the slothful bad man-servant on an excursion.. 134. Two partaking of one dish is rather heavy, when there is but one course. 135. The birds are alive though not hawks. 136. Stronger than the laird are the tenantry. 137. The eye that is hurt is shy, L e. afraid...

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Benjamin Franklin was one of the most important and influential Founding Fathers of the United States. He was a leading author, political theorist, politician, printer, scientist, inventor, civic activist, and diplomat.

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