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96. Like the wife wi' the mony daughters, the best comes hindmost.--_Scotch._
97. Little pitchers have big ears.
98. Little ones are taught to be proud of their clothes before they can put them on.--_LocJce._
99. Lutze potten hebben ok oren [i.e. little children have ears].--_Low German._
100. Man is wholly man only when he plays.--_Schiller._
101. Maxima debetur pueris reverentia. [The greatest respect is due to boys (youth).]--_Juvenal._
102.Men are generally more careful of the breed of their horses and dogs than of their children.--_William Penn._
103. Mony a ane kisses the bairn for love of the nurice.--_Scotch._
104. More children, more luck.--_German._
105. Nessuno nasce maestro. [No one is born master.]--_Italian._
106. 'N god Kind, wen't slopt. [A good child, when it sleeps.] --_Frisian._
107. O banish the tears of children! Continual rains upon the blossoms are hurtful.--_Jean Paul._
108. O formose puer, nimium ne crede colori. [Oh, beauteous boy, trust not too much to thy rosy... Penn, William
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