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Virtus repulsae nescia sordidae. Virtue is ignorant of mean repose, e Dcsart.
Virtus semper viridis. Virtue flourishes for ever, e Belmore.
Virtus sola nobilitat. Virtue alone ennobles. Wallscotirt.

Virtus sub cruce crescit, ad asthera tendens. Virtue increases under the cross, and

looks to heaven, e Charleville.
Virtute et labore. By virtue and labour, e Dundonald; and 1 Headley.
Virtute et N umine. By virtue and the protection of Heaven. Cloncurry.
Virtute et opera. By virtue and industry, e Fife.
Virtute fideque. By virtue and faith. Elibank.
Virtute, non armis, fido. I trust in virtue, not in arms, e Wilton.
Virtute, non astutia. By courage, not by cunning, e Limerick.
Virtute, non verbis. By virtue, not by words, m Lansdowne; and e Orkney.
Virtute non viris. By virtue, not by strength. Muskerry.
Virtute quies. Content in virtue, m Normanby.
Virtute securus. Safe by virtue, v Hawarden.

Virtuti nihil obstat et armis. Nothing can oppose virtue and courage, e Aldborougfa.
Virtutis amore. By the love of virtue, e Annesley; and v Valentia.
Virtutis avorum prtemium. The reward of the virtue of my ancestors, v Tem-
pletown.

Virtutis comes invidia. Envy the attendant of virtue, v Hereford.

Virtutis fortuna comes. Fortune the companion of valour, d Wellington; e Clan

carty; v Harberton, and 1 Ashtown. Virtutis prtemium honor. Honour is the reward of virtue, e Denbigh. Vis unita fortior. Force united becomes more powerful, e Mountcashel; and I

Wrottesley.

Vita; via virtus. Virtue is the way of life, e Portarlington.

Vive ut vivas. Live that you may live. Abercromby.

Vivere sat vincere. To conquer is to live enough, e Sefton, and 1 Ventry.

Vivit post funera virtus. Virtue outlives the grave, e Shannon.

Vix ea nostra voco. I can scarce call these things our own. e Warwick.

Volo, non valeo. I am willing, but unable, e Carlisle.

Vota vita mea. My life is devoted, e Meath.

Vulneratus, non victus. Wounded, but not conquered, v Guillamore.
Without fear. Duffus.

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