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  • Romani olim putabant fortunam regna et imperia dare: Credebant antea mortales fortunam solam opes et honores largiri, idque duabus de causis; primum quod indignus quisque dives honoratus, potens; alterum, vix quisquam perpetuo bonis iis frui visus.

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  • Bene ferre magnam disce fortunam Hor. Fortunam reverenter habe, quicunque repente Dives ab exili progrediere loco.

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  • [3759] Vestem et fortunam concinnam potius quam laxam probo, let my fortune and my garments be both alike fit for me.

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  • Be not secure then, be sober and watch, [2451] fortunam reverenter habe, if fortunate and rich; if sick and poor, moderate thyself.

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  • S. but he scorned him any answer, tacite exprobrans fortunam suam (saith mine author) upbraiding him with a present fortune.

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  • Exinde sapere eum omnes dicimus, ac quisque fortunam habet.

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  • Postea prudentiores didicere fortunam suam quemque fingere.

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  • Maximinus invisum se sentiens, quod ex infimo loco in tantam fortunam venisset moribus ac genere barbarus, metuens ne natalium obscuritas objiceretur, omnes Alexandri praedecessoris ministros ex aula ejecit, pluribus interfectis quod moesti essent ad mortem

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  • Ablue corpus et cape regis animum, et in eam fortunam qua dignus es continentiam istam profer.

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  • Formosi Calumninia vacant; dolemus alios meliore loco positos, fortunam nobis novercam illis, &c. 4822.

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