|Robert Christy, comp. Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages. 1887.|
|To a good spender God is treasurer.|| 1|
|He that spends more than he is worth, spins a rope for his own neck. French.|| 2|
|He that spends without regard shall want without pity.|| 3|
|Spend and be free, but make no waste.|| 4|
|Spend and God will send.|| 5|
|Spending money with many a guest|
Empties the kitchen, the cellar and chest. Spanish.
|Spend not when you may save, spare not when you must spend.|| 7|
|Spend one penny less than the clear gain. French.|| 8|
|Spendthrifts are always of necessity greedy and covetous.|| 9|
|Through not spending enough we spend too much. Spanish.|| 10|
|To spend much and gain little is the sure road to ruin. German.|| 11|
|Who more than he is worth doth spend,|
Eer makes a rope his life to end.
|Who spends before he thrives|
Will beg before he dies.