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Robert Christy, comp.  Proverbs, Maxims and Phrases of All Ages.  1887.
He prepares evil for himself who plots mischief for others.  Latin.  1
He that hinders not a mischief when it is in his power, is guilty of it.  2
He that is disposed for mischief will never want occasion.  3
He’ll find money for mischief when he can find none for corn.  4
If we would avoid a mischief we must not be very kind and familiar with an evil man.  5
Little mischief—too much.  6
Many a one is good because he can do no mischief.  French.  7
Mischief comes soon enough.  8
Mischiefs come by the pound and go away by the ounce.  9
That mischief comes justly that is of your own seeking.  10
Welcome mischief if thou comest alone.  11

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