|Grocott & Ward, comps. Grocotts Familiar Quotations, 6th ed. 189-?.|
|None are all evil.|
Byron.The Corsair, Canto I. Stanza 12.
|Evil is wrought by want of thought,|
As well as want of heart.
Thos. Hood.The Ladys Dream, last verse but one.
|The privilege that rich men have in evil,|
Is, that they go unpunishd to the devil.
May.The Old Couple, Act V.
|Evil, be thou my good.|
Milton.Paradise Lost, Book IV. Line 110.
|From seeming evil still educing good.|
Thomson.A Hymn, Line 114.
|On adamant our wrongs we all engrave,|
But write our benefits upon the wave.
King.Art of Love, Line 971.
|Mens evil manners live in brass; their virtues we write in water.|
Shakespeare.King Henry VIII., Act IV. Scene 2. (Griffith to Queen Katherine.)
|The evil that men do lives after them;|
The good is oft interred with their bones.
Shakespeare.Julius Cæsar, Act III. Scene 2. (Antony to the Citizens.)
|The sins we do, people behold with optics,|
Which shew them ten times more than common vices,
And often multiply them.
Fletcher.Thierry and Theodret, Act I. Scene 1.