|Robert Christy, comp. Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages. 1887.|
|Any one can kill a bound foe. Turkish.|| 1|
|He kills a man that saves not his life when he can. Danish.|| 2|
|Kill a mans family and he may brook it,|
But keep your hand out of his breeches pocket. Byron.
|Kill and thou wilt be killed and he will be killed who kills thee. Spanish.|| 4|
|Kill no more than you can salt or you will have tainted meat. Danish.|| 5|
|Kill the lions whelp; thoult strive in vain when hes grown.|| 6|