I think too much of my looks and hate to work, but won't
any more, if I can help it.
O, pray yourself, George, and go trusting in him; then you won't
do anything wicked.
Tell you what," said Scraps, who was trying to pull the quills out of her own body, "let's gather up all the quills and take them away with us; then old Chiss won't
have any left to throw at people.
Cause," said Davy very decidedly, "if she does I won't say my prayers before her like I do before you, Anne.
Yes, if you are sure you won't forget to say them, Davy-boy.
I haven't asked you to marry me, and if I do I won't
come trying to buy you into consenting.
It 's none of our business; so we can go and enjoy the music, and if other people flirt, it won't be our fault," said Fanny, impatiently.
Yes, and you liked 'em; so I won't tell on you," said Tom, with a re-assuring nod.
You should have come a little sooner, and I would have had one lighted for you: but it is not worth while now - you won't
stay many minutes, you say, and Arthur is gone to bed.
So you won't come to see us, then, when Kitty's here?
Of course I won't avoid meeting Katerina Alexandrovna, but as far as I can, I will try to save her the annoyance of my presence.
be long before you'll think yourself lucky to go sloppin' around in Congress gaiters and cotton stockin's two pair for a quarter.
If there was fifty, they should all say, None of your nonsense with me, I won't
take it from you--I'd make 'em say it, whether they liked it or not.
Letting you go on,' replied Mr Boffin, nodding his head soothingly, as who should say, We won't
be harder on you than we can help; we'll make the best of it.
lose Katerina Ivanovna, you may be sure, she'll come to you herself since she has run out," he added peevishly.