Skene's Four Ancient Books of
BLACK BOOK OF CAERMARTHEN II
A dream I happen to see last night; clever is he that can interpret it.
It shall not be related to the wanton; he that will not conceal it shall know it
It is an act of the gentle to govern the multitude. Pleasure is not the wealth
of a country.
Have I not been under the same covering with a fair maid of the hue of the
billow of the strand?
Labour bestowed on anything good is no pain, and the remembrance of it will
Worse is my trouble to answer him who is not acquainted with it.
It is no reparation for an evil deed, a desistence after it is done.
One's benefit does not appear when it is asked for in a round about way: thou
hadst better keep to what there is.
And associate with the virtuous, and be resolute as to what may happen.
10 He that frequently commits crime will at last be caught.
He that will not relate a thing fully, will not find himself contradicted.
Riches will not flourish with the wicked. Mass will not be sung on a retreat.
A sigh is no protection against the vile. He that is not liberal does not
deserve the name.
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