Never let your feet run faster than your shoes.
Never marry for money. You can borrow it cheaper.
Never take a wife till you know what to do with her.
One may survive distress, but not disgrace.
One whisky is all right; two is too much; three is too few.
Open confession is good for the soul.
Peace is the well from which the stream of joy runs.
Penny wise and pound foolish.
Perfect love cannot be without equality.
Plenty makes dainty!
Praise the fine day in the evening.
Prayer and practice is good rhyme.
Repentance won't cure mischief.
Slippery is the flagstone at the mansion-house door.
The Devil's a busy bishop in his own diocese.
The Devil's boots don't creak.
The best mirror is a friend's eye.
The medicine that hurts the most is generally the best healer.
There never came ill of good advisement.
There never was a five-pound note but there was a ten-pound road for it.
There's no medicine for fear.