Early to work and late to bed, makes a man stealthy, wealthy and dead.

God helps those who help others help themselves.

A Franklin well-spent is a happy event.

To err is human, to forgive divine, to multiply proverbs, completely sublime.

Dine with a ladle, sup with a shovel, expire in a castle.

Little strokes irritate great oaks.

Necessity strikes bad bargains — and inspires sweet solutions.

Failure has saved many from success. 

A full brain makes a dull swain.

Feast on hope; die hopeful.

Well ambled beats all scrambled.

Get a trade or a maid.

Too chaste makes waste.

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