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Robert Christy, comp.  Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages.  1887.
 
Saving, Savers
 
For age and want save while you may,
No morning sun lasts a whole day.
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From saving comes having.  2
He who saves, finds.  Spanish.  3
He who saves in little things can be liberal in great ones.  German.  4
He who would save should begin with the mouth.  Danish.  5
No alchemy like saving.  6
Of saving cometh having.  7
Save thoroughly if you will, kill thoroughly if you kill.  Chinese.  8
Saving comes too late when you get to the bottom.  Seneca.  9
Saving is a greater art than gaining.  German.  10
Saving is getting.  11
Saving is the first gain.  12
Some savers in a house do well.  13
To save for old age, earning one maravedi and drinking three.  Spanish.  14
When a man is rich, he begins to save.  German.  15
Who saves, saves for the cat.  Italian.  16
 
 
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