"Brother, I thank
you a million times for your more than brotherly welcome, and a million times more to that for your more than brotherly intentions.
He is so kind to me, I must thank
him, and I don't know any other way.
you, Monsieur Fouquet," said the king politely, "and I am gratified by your intention, for I love good horses; but you know I am not very rich; you, who are my superintendent of finances, know it better than any one else.
Polly felt it, and it did her good; hastily wiping the traitorous eyes, she laughed and said cheerfully, "There, I 'm all right again; thank
you, don't trouble yourself with my parcels."
If you would set my mind at rest with the assurance that you will interpose with the father and save this harmless girl, close that book before you return it to me, and I shall know what you mean, and deeply thank
you in my heart.--Alfred, Mr Twemlow thinks the last one the best, and quite agrees with you and me.'
--Doth the giver not owe thanks
because the receiver received?
'Your foot is like marble, my child;' he had happened to touch it, while stooping on one knee at his work of kindling the fire; 'put it nearer the warmth.' Little Dorrit thanked
Elizabeth was eager with her thanks
and assurances of happiness.
God for your blessings and ask Him humbly for the things you want."
Knightley I declare!I must speak to him if possible, just to thank
He had come to thank
us for the presents, and for all grandmother's kindness to his family.
you," said Jamrach, and was about to proceed.