John Heywood

1497? - 1580

A Quote by John Heywood on good

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An ill winde that bloweth no man to good.

John Heywood (1497? - 1580)

Source: Proverbes. Part i. Chap. ix. 1546

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A Quote by John Heywood on debate and men

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And while I at length debate and beate the bush, There shall steppe in other men and catch the burdes.

John Heywood (1497? - 1580)

Source: Proverbes. Part i. Chap. iii. 1546

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A Quote by John Heywood on day

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Be the day never so long, Evermore at last they ring to evensong.

John Heywood (1497? - 1580)

Source: Proverbes. Part ii. Chap. vii. 1546

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A Quote by John Heywood

Beaten with his owne rod.

John Heywood (1497? - 1580)

Source: Proverbes. Part i. Chap. ii. 1546

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A Quote by John Heywood

A fooles bolt is soone shot. 1546

John Heywood (1497? - 1580)

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A Quote by John Heywood on beginning and good

A hard beginning maketh a good ending.

John Heywood (1497? - 1580)

Source: Proverbes. Part i. Chap. iv. 1546

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A Quote by John Heywood on horses and water

A man may well bring a horse to the water, But he cannot make him drinke without he will.

John Heywood (1497? - 1580)

Source: Proverbes. Part i. Chap. xi. 1546

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A Quote by John Heywood on thought

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A peny for your thought.

John Heywood (1497? - 1580)

Source: Proverbes. Part ii. Chap. iv. 1546

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A Quote by John Heywood on horses

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A short horse is soone currid.

John Heywood (1497? - 1580)

Source: Proverbes. Part i. Chap. x. 1546

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A Quote by John Heywood

A fig for a care, a fig for a woe!

John Heywood (1497? - 1580)

Source: Proverbes, 1546

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