36 Proverbs about Press
1. Who refuses to submit to justice, must not complain of oppression.
2. Youth and white paper take any impression.
3. A volunteer is worth twenty pressed men.
4. Good repute is like the cypress: once cut, it never puts forth leaf again.
5. Empty expressions. Bombast.
6. He assumes a cheerful countenance suppressing the grief which weighs heavily on his heart.
7. If all men were on an equality, the consequence would be that all must perish: for who would till the ground? who would sow it? Who would plant? who would press wine?.
8. Oppression causeth rebellion.
9. One volunteer is worth two pressed men.
10. It is easier to suppress the first desire than to satisfy all that follow it.