References in classic literature ?
He is well, and thinks he shall get through the cold season better than we feared.
Do you think that I've lived in Cleveland all these years without knowing Mark Hanna?
And, maybe, with Mary, too, though I think she is loyal to Tom.
But if she thinks she will live to see the people of this country ride over that old man's head, she is mistaken.
The white man thinks none but cowards desert their women.
I sometimes fancy that my condition if I had less opposition and more society and stimulus--but John says the very worst thing I can do is to think about my condition, and I confess it always makes me feel bad.
At another time Christie would have questioned the convincing quality of this proof, but she was too much shocked at her father's first suggestion, to think of anything else.
We were taken into a clean, snug stable; there was a kind coachman, who made us very comfortable, and who seemed to think a good deal of James when he heard about the fire.
Only think what he had suffered for that house--what miseries they had all suffered for it--the price they had paid for it!
Shelby, naturally thinks well of his own ways; and I think I treat niggers just about as well as it's ever worth while to treat 'em.
I am sure Miss Nash wouldfor Miss Nash thinks her own sister very well married, and it is only a linendraper.
I add these lines to your sister's letter because I am not sure that you are quite so fit yet, as she thinks you, to accept her proposal.