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C.N. Douglas, comp.  Forty Thousand Quotations: Prose and Poetical.  1917.
 
Poison
 
  It is medicine, not poison, I offer you.
Lessing.    
  1
  To rankling poison hast thou turned in me the milk of human kindness.
Schiller.    
  2
        While Fell was reposing himself in the hay,
A reptile concealed bit his leg as he lay;
But, all venom himself, of the wound he made light,
And got well, while the scorpion died of the bite.
Lessing.    
  3
  All men carry about them that which is poyson to serpents: for if it be true that is reported, they will no better abide the touching with man’s spittle than scalding water cast upon them: but if it happen to light within their chawes or mouth, especially if it come from a man that is fasting, it is present death.
Pliny.    
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