good works


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Why, your good work, what you yourself call good, you can't sell.
I shall succeed in that time, and the editors will be glad to buy my good work.
An we bring not the water back again, and soon, we are ruined, and the good work of two hundred years must end.
An' him as know'd what good work war, an's got a son as is the head o' the village an' all Treddles'on too, for cleverness.
No, no I instantly formed the purpose of assisting at some good work, such as the burning of a witch, a judicial combat, or the like matter of godly service, and therefore am I here.
I keep it and rear it rather on the Roman Catholic principle of expiating numerous sins, great or small, by one good work.
And it will be a blessing to your children to have had a father who did such work: a father whose good work remains though his name may be forgotten.
The young woman blushed, and rose up to go away, but I desired her to sit-still; I told her she had a good work upon her hands, and I hoped God would bless her in it.
It was a real providence that brought me to this house, where, in spite of all obstacles, I am able to do much good work.
And his thoughts were not of the good work he had done.
We were both very tired when we knocked off for supper, and we had done good work, too, though to the eye it appeared insignificant.
Her cousin being, as it appears, in good work, and well to do, thanked me in a very manly sort of manner for this (conducting himself altogether, I must say, in a way that gives me a high opinion of him), and went and took as comfortable a little house as you or I could wish to clap eyes on.