Distance sometimes endears friendship, and absence sweeteneth it.
James Howell, Familiar Letters, book i, section i, No. 6.
Nor is this lower world but a huge inn, And men the rambling passengers.James Howell
Distance sometimes endears friendship, and absence sweeteneth it.James Howell
Appeles us'd to paint a good housewife upon a snayl; which intimated that she should be as slow from gadding abroad, and when she went she should carry her house upon her back; that is, she should make all sure at home.James Howell
One hair of a woman can draw more than a hundred pair of oxen.James Howell