|Avoid the first quarrel. (Good advice to a newly married couple as well as others.)|| 1|
|An old quarrel is easily renewed. Italian.|| 2|
|* * * * Beware|
Of entrance to a quarrel; but being in
Beart that the opposer may beware of thee. Shakespeare.
|Forbear a quarrel with a friend to move,|
Anger breeds hatred, concord sweetens love. Dutch.
|Greatly to find quarrel in a straw|
When honors at the stake. Shakespeare.
|He that parts the fray goeth away with the blows. Massinger.|| 6|
|He who interferes with the quarrels of relations must pass through life without a friend. Blackwoods Edinburgh Magazine.|| 7|
|He who quarrels with a drunken man injures one who is absent. (He that is drunk is gone from home.) Latin.|| 8|
|In a false quarrel there is no true valor.|| 9|
|Interfere not in the quarrels of others.|| 10|
|It is better to keep out of a quarrel than to make it up afterwards.|| 11|
|It takes two to make a quarrel.|| 12|
|No foolery like falling out.|| 13|
|None but cats and dogs are allowed to quarrel in my house.|| 14|
|Quarrels could not last long were but prudence one side.|| 15|
|The greatest quarrels do not always rise from deepest injuries. Terence.|| 16|
|They who in quarrels interpose|
Must often wipe a bloody nose. J. Gay.
|Two cannot fall out if one does not choose. Spanish.|| 18|
|Two cocks in one yard do not agree. Italian.|| 19|
|Two crocodiles cannot live in one hole. West African.|| 20|
|Two dogs over one bone seldom agree. German, Dutch.|| 21|
|Two sparrows on one ear of wheat cannot agree.|| 22|
|When neighbors quarrel, lookers on are more apt to add fuel than water. Danish.|| 23|
|When one hits you with a stone, hit him with a piece of cotton. Turkish.|| 24|
|When one will not, two cannot quarrel. Spanish.|| 25|
|When two quarrel, both are in the wrong. Dutch.|| 26|