Him who errs forgive once, but never twice.
He who lives wickedly lives in fear.
He who is free from vice himself is the slower to suspect it in others.
He who denies confesses all.
He who accuses too many accuses himself.
He that will steal a pin will steal a better thing.
He that wants to beat a dog is sure to find a stick.
He that spares vice wrongs virtue.
He that spares the wicked injures the good.
He that slays shall be slain.
He that shows his wealth to a thief is the cause of his own pillage.
He that lies down with dogs will get up with fleas.
He that is innocent may well be confident.
He that is disposed for mischief will never want occasion.
He that forgives gains the victory.
He that deals in dirt always has dirty fingers.
He is a thief indeed that robs a thief.
He is a thief for he has taken a cup too many.
He acts the third crime that defends the first.