The maxims of Noah. Derived from his experience with women by Gelett Burgess

By Gelett Burgess

THE MAXIMS OF NOAH ~finpttr t I the correct undersfanding of 'Woman avaifeth males mighti[~. four Divers precepts referring to he,. cwaJs. 7 A cwoman's subfilt~ in roping in her 'Vidim shewn in a pa.rable. My SON, think of the methods of girls and be clever; for he who knoweth them no longer is as one that walketh blindfold over flypaper; he shall turn into sore entangled. 2 From ladies mayest thou examine of ladies; even from her who fooleth theesha1t thou know the way others might fain idiot thee. three For males are comrades c:>ne with

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Of sackcloth were his trousers. ; Chapter about women. / General, observations insignificant to things 6 Three which 'women attach 10 Women never to be vjholly importance. II but have many easily discernible knovjn, traits. 13 Women fond of repeating the com pliments they have received. YE CHILDREN, struction of HEAR, words my tering : woman drop and her mouth 2 is As one who he so who loveth him is a father, for the lips of a as the putteth sugar ; oil. upon oys to a they will not *ri flat honeycomb, smoother than who feedeth lies ters, the in and attend woman go down.

5 As a high-necked damsel at a ball, so is love without danger and a fair maiden without wit is like unto a pair of cleaned gloves, she lasteth but a day. 6 CJ There be two times in a woman's ; THE MAXIMS OF NOAH, 7 when she is afraid, yea, three when her heart faileth 7 When she discovereth her first gray when she meeteth her husband's hair old love and when a babe is born unto 7s the child perfect ? her, and she saith 8 | The damsel who hateth thee greeteth thee with soft words, saying life : ; ; : : 9 Behold, I am exceeding glad that thou hast come, thou rejoicest mine eyes lo, surely it was sweet of thee to ; call; 10 But as for her who loveth thee, lo, she runneth to the door, she holdeth thy two hands, saying only Oh, Ned !

In still another way Noah began a new epoch. Up to this time the human in habitants of the earth were vegetarians. Noah was the first to eat meat. Whether this was a the Lord, 3 really direct revelation from or a diet suggested by an granary on the Ark, is not But the fact may account for insufficient known. the disappearance species whose fossil several of extinct remains have con jured various theories from the geolo Did Noah's family dine on mastagists. , As is ; ed. Amst. io b . 108''. indicated in Genesis ix, 3.

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