|Robert Christy, comp. Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages. 1887.|
|A scholar has no ennui. Richter.|| 1|
|A scholar may be beguiled thrice, a soldier but once.|| 2|
|A student has usually three maladies: poverty, itch and pride. German.|| 3|
|Dear the school-boy spot,|
We neer forget, though there we are forgot. Byron.
|Every good scholar is not a good schoolmaster.|| 5|
|Great scholars are not the shrewdest men. French.|| 6|
|He is the best scholar, who has learned to love well.|| 7|
|It is as easy to be a scholar as a gamester. Harries.|| 8|
|John has been to school to learn to be a fool. French.|| 9|
|The scholar may war the master.|| 10|
|There mark what ills the scholars life assail,|
Toil, envy, want, the patron and the jail. Dr. Johnson.
|Who robs a scholar robs the public. Spanish.|| 12|