Great(i) 1 Wyne maketh a man to be scornefull: and stronge dryncke causeth a man to be vnquyete: who so delyteth therin, shall neuer be wyse. 2 The kynge ought to be feared as the roaryng of a lion: who so prouoketh him vnto anger offendeth agenst his awne soule. 3 It is a mans honour to kepe him selfe from strife: but they that haue pleasure in braulynge are fooles euery one. 4 A slouthfull body wyll not go to plowe for colde of the wynter: therfore shall he go a beggyng in sommer, & haue nothynge. 5 Wyse councell in the herte of man is lyke a water in the depe of the earth: and a man that hath vnderstondynge bryngethe it forth. 6 Many there be that wolde be called good doers: but where shall one fynde a true faythfull man.