To them, or rather to Franklin, "it Prov'd in a few years extremely profitable."
Solomon (Prov 2, 14) speaks of those who "rejoice to do evil."
And well saith Solomon, "The rich man is wise in his own conceit," Prov.
This is another example of double-punning, of which we have already had a specimen in Prov.
A reference to sickness occasioned by eating too much honey occurs in Prov.
He calleth to thee himself, "My son, give me thy heart," Prov.
In some places it would appear to mean the atmosphere or its waters; as Prov.
"Keep your hearts with all diligence: for from thence are the issues of life," Prov.
On the other hand, the Selby-Harrisons, if reasonably good-looking young men, will find the Prov.
"Proud, haughty scorner is his name, that dealeth in proud wrath," Prov.