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 Benjamin Franklin - “Light Gains heavy Purses.”
 Benjamin Franklin - “Laws too gentle are seldom obeyed too severe, seldom executed”
 Benjamin Franklin - “It is better to take many Injuries than to give one”
 Benjamin Franklin - “Good counsel failing men can give, for why He that's aground knows where the shoal doth lie”
 Benjamin Franklin - “I have never seen the Philosopher's Stone that turns lead into Gold, but I have known the pursuit of it turn a Man's Gold into Lead.”
 Benjamin Franklin - “Get what you can, and what you get hold, 'Tis the stone that will turn all your lead into gold”
 Benjamin Franklin - “Many have been ruined by buying good pennyworths.”
 Benjamin Franklin - “An old Man in a House is a good Sign.”
 Benjamin Franklin - “He that is good for making excuses is seldom good for anything else”
 Benjamin Franklin - “The Sun never repents of the good he does, nor does he ever demand a recompense”
 Benjamin Franklin - “Good sense is a thing all need, few have, and none think they want.”
 Benjamin Franklin - “Three good meals a day is bad living.”
 Benjamin Franklin - “The good Spinner hath a large Shift.”
 Benjamin Franklin - “The good Paymaster is Lord of another man's Purse”
 Benjamin Franklin - “A good Lawyer a bad Neighbour.”
 Benjamin Franklin - “As often as we do good, we sacrifice.”
 Benjamin Franklin - “than that of defrauding the government.”
 Benjamin Franklin - “Don't overload Gratitude if you do, she'll kick.”
 Benjamin Franklin - “There will be sleeping enough in the grave”
 Benjamin Franklin - “Nor Eye in a letter, nor Hand in a purse, nor Ear in the secret of another”
 Benjamin Franklin - “Idleness and pride tax with a heavier hand than kings and parliaments”
 Benjamin Franklin - “Great wits jump (says the Poet) and hit his Head against the Post”
 Benjamin Franklin - “Rules of Health and long Life, and to preserve from Malignant Fevers, and Sickness in general.”
 Benjamin Franklin - “A wicked Hero will turn his back to an innocent coward.”
 Benjamin Franklin - “Trickery and treachery are the practices of fools that have not the wits enought to be honest”

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