And then soon after departed Sir Kay, and thanked
him again--strictly in words--and stammered out:
But the rest was on hand, and so they all come and shook hands with the king and thanked
him and talked to him; and then they shook hands with the duke and didn't say nothing, but just kept a-smiling and bobbing their heads like a passel of sapheads whilst he made all sorts of signs with his hands and said "Goo-goo -- goo-goo- goo" all the time, like a baby that can't talk.
Jones made his little speech, in which he thanked
the widow for the honor she was doing himself and his sons, but said that there was another person whose modesty --
But he felt responsible and bound to get his uncle Silas free; and he told Aunt Sally, the last thing, not to worry, because he was going to turn in and work night and day and beat this game and fetch Uncle Silas out innocent; and she was very loving to him and thanked
him and said she knowed he would do his very best.
Burch prayed for grandfather, and called him a man of God, and thanked
our Heavenly Father that his spirit was still alive in his descendants (that was you), and that the good old house where so many of the brethren had been cheered and helped, and from which so many had gone out strengthened for the fight, was still hospitably open for the stranger and wayfarer.
him, but could not allow of his disappointing his friend on their account; her father was sure of his rubber.
him again and again; and, with a sweetness of address which always attended her, invited him to be seated.
the fairy for all that she had done for me, but I begged her not to kill my brothers.
The broad, muscular back was turned toward him, but, tanned though it was, D'Arnot saw that it was the back of a white man, and he thanked
the Frenchman for the money and went on admiring his own work.
The Fox replied, "Indeed, I should have thanked
you fervently if your deeds had been as good as your words, and if your hands had not been traitors to your speech.