Quotations by Clarke, John


True love is the joy of life.

John Clarke (d. 1658) British educator
Proverbs: English and Latine [Paroemiologia Anglo-Latina] (1639)
Added on 19-Oct-11 | Last updated 19-Oct-11
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Better be alone than in bad company.

John Clarke (d. 1658) British educator
Proverbs: English and Latine [Paroemiologia Anglo-Latina] (1639)
Added on 4-Nov-13 | Last updated 28-Apr-14
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A word spoken is past recalling.

John Clarke (d. 1658) British educator
Proverbs: English and Latine [Paroemiologia Anglo-Latina] (1639)
Added on 28-Apr-14 | Last updated 28-Apr-14
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Soon ripe, soon rotten.

John Clarke (d. 1658) British educator
Proverbs: English and Latine [Paroemiologia Anglo-Latina] (1639)
Added on 8-May-14 | Last updated 8-May-14
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Rome was not built in a day.

John Clarke (d. 1658) British educator
Proverbs: English and Latine (1639)
Added on 5-Aug-15 | Last updated 5-Aug-15
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Many strokes fell tall Oaks.

John Clarke (d. 1658) British educator
Proverbs: English and Latine (1639)
Added on 12-Aug-15 | Last updated 12-Aug-15
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