He'll be a good bit
different till all this is over.
Crackenthorp saying good words, and more partic'lar on Sacramen' Day; and if a bit
o' trouble comes, I feel as I can put up wi' it, for I've looked for help i' the right quarter, and gev myself up to Them as we must all give ourselves up to at the last; and if we'n done our part, it isn't to be believed as Them as are above us 'ull be worse nor we are, and come short o' Their'n.
Here Hetty took from her pocket a bit
of paper: it was the end of Arthur's letter on which he had written his address.
And wasn't it mesilf, sure, that jist giv'd it the laste little bit
of a squaze in the world, all in the way of a commincement, and not to be too rough wid her leddyship?
They seem to keep a specially cutting east wind, waiting for me, when I go to bathe in the early morning; and they pick out all the three-cornered stones, and put them on the top, and they sharpen up the rocks and cover the points over with a bit
of sand so that I can't see them, and they take the sea and put it two miles out, so that I have to huddle myself up in my arms and hop, shivering, through six inches of water.
Th' inflammation didn't come on all at once like, but bit
--but I wasn't going to tell you about my eyes, I was talking about my trouble o' mind;--and to tell the truth, Miss Grey, I don't think it was anyways eased by coming to church--nought to speak on, at least: I like got my health better; but that didn't mend my soul.
I've spent a good few years trying to put a bit
together, and this is the first chance I've had," he said; "I'm going to have you back me as a British subject on that concession.
Just a bit
of the same old aniseed was what he used.
Now a bit
of pink ribbon to tie it with, and I shall be done in time to do up my best collar," she said, turning her boxes topsy-turvy for the necessary ribbon in that delightful flurry which young ladies feel on such occasions.
The major commanded a halt by merely halting, and, evidently himself a bit
"skeered," rode on alone to reconnoiter.
Graham, I did not like them a bit
the better for it - or Eliza Millward either - and the thought of meeting them was the more repugnant to me that I could not, now, defy their seeming calumnies and triumph in my own convictions as before.
Oh, just to be alive, to be living and doing, to be the biggest bit
of the ferment to the end, to eat you.