|Robert Christy, comp. Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages. 1887.|
|Early to bed and early to rise,|
Makes a man healthy, and wealthy, and wise.
|For all ones early rising it dawns none the sooner. Spanish.|| 2|
|Get a name to rise early and you may lie all day.|| 3|
|Go to bed late, rise early, you will see your own harm and that of others. Portuguese.|| 4|
|Go to bed with the lamb and rise with the lark.|| 5|
|He that will thrive must rise at five,|
He that hath thriven may lie till seven.
|He who does not rise with the sun does not enjoy the day. Don Quixote.|| 7|
|He who does not rise early never does a good days work.|| 8|
|He who rises early will gather wisdom. Danish.|| 9|
|If no profits he spies,|
Wheres the man will early rise. Chinese.
|It dawns none the sooner for all the worlds early rising. Portuguese.|| 11|
|It is better for him whom God helps than for him who rises early. Don Quixote.|| 12|
|Let not the sun look down and say inglorious here he lies. Franklin.|| 13|
|Out before day, in before night. Dutch.|| 14|
|Rise early and watch, labor and catch. Spanish, Portuguese.|| 15|
|The early riser is healthy, cheerful and industrious. French.|| 16|
|The morning hour has gold in its mouth. German, Dutch, Danish.|| 17|
|Who makes everything right must rise early.|| 18|