|Robert Christy, comp. Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages. 1887.|
|Poison and the dagger are the Eastern bill of rights.|| 1|
|Poison quells poison. Italian.|| 2|
|Poison still is poison though drunk in gold. Massinger.|| 3|
|The antidote before the poison. (To offer an excuse before an accusation.) Latin.|| 4|
|What does not poison, fattens. Italian.|| 5|
|Whats one mans poison, Signor,|
Is anothers meat or drink. Beaumont and Fletcher.