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Chi 1 shih 2 yiian 2 yu 3 c huo y fire pu4 strike chi 1 nai 3 it wu 2 ch^iang. 2 not and yen. 1 AGENCY. 4 21 Without going you can get you can nowhere to complete nothing without doing. 6 Lu4 pu4 He who hsing2 pu 4 tao 4 ; shih4 pu4 wei 2 pu4 22 ~~—— does nothing but and sit ch^eng. 2 eat, will wear away a mountain (of wealth). Tso 4 shih 2 shan 1 peng. 1 23 you long If get for pleasure, you must labour hard to it. $ Yii 4 ch^iu 2 slieng1 k^uai 4 huo 2 hsii 1 hsia 4 ssu 3 kung1 fu. 1 24 you do not enter a If you cannot get den, tiger's his cubs.
2 attempt, an adept at the second. sbeng, 1 erh 4 3bui 2 shou. 2 MODUS OPERANDI. 17 105 To do San 3 pa 3 The Note. : or say anything yi 1 chieh1 yi 1 chidi 1 ti 1 lai. 2 yen, 3 tiling1 by instalements literal translation of this proverb, more expressive than elegant, leave to readers of Chinese. ios - Too many cooks spoil the broth. J 107 The Same. Seven hands and eight feet Lit" Ctfi 1 shou 3 ~~—— As easy pa 1 cbiao. 3 v 108 as to seize a tortoise in a jar. IS T^an 2 tzu 3 cho 1 li° wu1 kuei, 1 shou 3 tao 4 cMng2 na 109 than to blow dust It is easier T Pu 4 Too great haste.
8 No. 2121. 4 No. 2150. 1 XXVI . China obtains great prominence, on which a few remarks must be offered, namely that of Elder and Brothers/ we are told, 'resemble Younger Brothers. ' 6 the value of a brothers friendship is fully appreciated, even when business is concerned, for we read the advice, go into partnership with, a brother/ 7 Here, again, one cannot avoid noticing the omission of any mention of the sisterhood. The relation of Brother and Sister, so pleasant in our ideas, never seems to have dawned upon the native mind.