1 ! In this chapter and all that followe vnto the thirtieth, the wise man exhorteth by diuers sentences, which he calleth parables, to followe vertue, and flee vice: and sheweth also what profite commeth of wisdome, & what hinderance proceadeth of foolishnes.
7 d Shal be vile and abhorred bothe of god and man contrarie to their owne expectation, which thinke to make their name immortal.
10 f For the corruption of his heart is knowen by his talke.
15 h And so maketh him bolde to do euil, where as pouertie brideleth the poore from manie euil things.
22 k Meaning, that all worldlie things bring care & sorow, where as they that feele the blessings of God, haue none.
27 m The times of their prosperitie shalbe shrot, because of their great fall, thogh thei seme to liue long.