|Frank J. Wilstach, comp. A Dictionary of Similes. 1916.|
| Princes are like to heavenly bodies, which cause good or evil times; and which have much veneration, but no rest.|
|Princes, like beauties, from their youth|
Are strangers to the voice of Truth.
| The name of a Prince is like the sweete deaw, which falleth as well vppon lowe shrubbes, as hygh trees, and resembleth a true glasse, where-in the poore maye see theyr faces with the rych, or a cleare streame where-in all maye drincke that are drye: not they onelye that are wealthy.|