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Robert Christy, comp.  Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages.  1887.
Divine Providence always places the remedy by the side of the evil.  French.  1
Extreme remedies are never the first to be resorted to.  2
How readily do men at ease prescribe to those who’re sick at heart.  Terence.  3
No one tries extreme remedies at first.  Seneca.  4
Our remedies oft in ourselves do lie,
Which we ascribe to Heaven.  Shakespeare.
The best remedy against an ill man is much ground between both.  6
The remedy is worse than the disease.  Scotch.  7
The remedy of to-morrow is too late for the evil of to-day.  Spanish.  8
There is a remedy for all things but the appointed time to die.  Turkish.  9
There is a remedy for everything could men find it.  10
There is a remedy for everything except death.  French, Spanish, Dutch, Danish.  11
Where remedies are needed, sighing avails not.  Italian.  12

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