|Robert Christy, comp. Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages. 1887.|
|A man may obtain easily a fatherless maid. Gaelic.|| 1|
|A rich mans wooing is seldom long of doing. Scotch.|| 2|
|All wooers are rich and captives poor. German.|| 3|
|Happys the wooing thats not long in doing.|| 4|
|Men are April when they woo, December when they wed. Shakespeare.|| 5|
|Never mind him, let him be,|
By-and-by hell follow thee.
|Not what is she but what hath she.|| 7|
|The last suitor wins the maid.|| 8|
|The wooing was a day after the wedding.|| 9|
|Tis best to woo where you can see the smoke. Dutch.|| 10|
|To woo is a pleasure in young men, a fault in old.|| 11|
|Who the daughter would win,|
With mamma must begin. German.