|William Penn. (16441718). Fruits of Solitude.|
The Harvard Classics. 190914.
|162. Knowledge is the Treasure, but Judgment the Treasurer of a Wise Man.|| 1|
| 163. He that has more Knowledge than Judgment, is made for another Mans use more than his own.|| 2|
| 164. It cannot be a good Constitution, where the Appetite is great and the Digestion is weak.|| 3|
| 165. There are some Men like Dictionaries; to be lookt into upon occasions, but have no Connection, and are little entertaining.|| 4|
| 166. Less Knowledge than Judgment will always have the advantage upon the Injudicious knowing Man.|| 5|
| 167. A Wise Man makes what he learns his own, tother shows hes but a Copy, or a Collection at most.|| 6|