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Introductio ad prudentiam

Fuller, Thomas

Introductio ad prudentiam

or, directions, counsels, and cautions, tending to prudent management of affairs in common life. In two volumes. Compiled by Thomas Fuller, M.D.

by Fuller, Thomas

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Published by printed for G. and T. Wilkie; and E. Easton, Salisbury in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 3922, no. 02.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination2v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16939001M

“To keep up and improve Friendship, thou must be willing to receive a Kindness, as well as do one." --Thomas Fuller (), Comp., Introductio ad Prudentiam, In Introductio ad Prudentiam: or, Directions, Counsels, and Cautions, Tending to Prudent Management of Affairs in Common Life (), Part II, 2, Moral No. Often seen incorrectly attributed to Sarah Margaret Fuller or Winston Churchill, slightly reworded, for example, as “If you have knowledge, let others light their candles with it.”.

The secret of success is you can fake that you've got it made. jean giraudoux — As quoted in Murphy's Law Book Two: More Reasons Why Things Go Wrong () by Arthur Bloch, p. 47; similar statements became a routine part of the comedic performances of George Burns.. Tags: secret, success, Once, you, can, fake.   FULLER, THOMAS, M.D. (–), physician, was born at Rosehill, a country house in the parish of Brightling, Sussex, 24 June His family had for some time been seated there, and are believed by the parishioners to have grown rich during the .

In marrying, a man does not, to be sure, marry his wife's mother; and yet a prudent man, when he begins to think of the daughter, would look sharp at the mother; ay, and back to the grandmother too, and along the whole female line of ancestry. Maria Edgeworth — Count O'Halloran's advice to Lord Colambare. The Absentee, ch — Thomas Fuller (writer) British physician, preacher, and intellectual - Introductio ad prudentiam: Part II (), Gnomologia (), Compare Poor Richard's Almanack (): For Want of a Nail the Shoe is lost; for want of a Shoe, the Horse is Lost; for want of a Horse the Rider is lost. ; also Poor Richard's Almanack (): For Want of a Nail the Shoe was lost; for .


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the Whole Comp by Thomas Fuller 0 ratings, average rating, 0 reviews. Introductio Ad Prudentiam Quotes Showing of 2 “Always tell the Truth: where it is not loved, it is respected and feared.” ― Thomas Fuller, Introductio Ad Prudentiam: Or, Directions, Counsels, and Cautions, Tending to Prudent Management of Affairs in Common Life.

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Introductio ad Prudentiam: Or, Directions, Counsels, and Cautions, Tending to Prudent Management of Affairs in Common Life, Compiled by Thomas Fuller, M.D., Third Edition, Quote P Saying NumberPrinted for W. Innys at the West-End of St Paul’s, London.

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Compiled by Thomas Fuller, M.D. [Thomas Fuller]. "A few books well chosen, and well made use of, will be more profitable than a great confused Alexandrian library" - Thomas Fuller Introductio ad Prudentiam Dr Thomas Fuller M.D () was educated at Queens' College, Cambridge and practiced medicine in Sevenoaks, Kent.

Author of Pharmacopoeia extemporanea, Pharmacopœia extemporanea, Introductio ad prudentiam, Pharmacopoeia domestica, Introductio ad sapientiam, Pharmacopœı̈a extemporanea, Pharmacopoeïa extemporanea, Ars praescribendi. Thomas Fuller (Introductio ad prudentiam: Part II, ) Children and Fools tell Truth.

Thomas Fuller (Gnomologia, ) If thou art wise, thou knowest thy own Ignorance ; and thou art ignorant if thou knowest not thy self. Thomas Fuller (Introductio ad prudentiam: Part II, ) All things are difficult, before they are easy.

Title Page of Introductio ad Prudentiam: or, Directions, Counsels, and Cautions, Tending to Prudent Management of Affairs in Common Life, Part II by Thomas Fuller An earlier version of the book was published in with the above title sans the first four words.

Thomas Fuller, M.D. (24 June – 17 September ) was a British physician, preacher and intellectual. Fuller was born in Rosehill, Sussex, and educated at Queens' College, Cambridge. He practised medicine at Sevenoaks. In he published Pharmacopoeia Domestica, and in Exanthematologia, Or, An Attempt to Give a Rational Account of Eruptive Fevers.

His relied chiefly on English anthologies, notably James Howell, Lexicon Tetraglotton (London, ); Thomas Fuller, Gnomologia (London, ), Introductio ad Prudentiam (London, –27), and Introductio ad Sapientiam (London, ); George Savile, Lord Halifax, A Character of King Charles the Second: and Political, Moral, and Miscellaneous.

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Introductio ad prudentiam: Part II () []. Good Reader, I suspect I may have written some Things twice; if not the same in Words, yet in Sense, which I desire you to pass by favourably; forasmuch as you may well think, it was as difficult and dull a Thing for me, in so great a Number of independent Sentences, to find out the Repetitions, as it would be in a vast Heap of .Introductio ad prudentiam: Part II () Patience, Reading, Soul, Art „I have testified to Thy oneness through Thine Own Self before the dwellers of the heavens and the earth, bearing witness that, verily, Thou art the All-Glorious, the Best Beloved.— Thomas Fuller Riches are like muck, which stink in a heap, but spread abroad, make the earth fruitful.

He that has no fools, knaves nor beggars in his family was begot by a flash of lightning.