1 Well, it would do thee good to try it.
2 Well, I wouldn't ask th head gardener.
3 "Well, tha has bewitched him," she said.
4 Well," he said, "you see something did come of it.
5 "Well," said the nurse, with an attempt at reluctance.
6 "Well, there's one thing pretty sure," said Mrs. Medlock.
7 Well," explained Martha, "Mrs. Medlock says it's because o mother.
8 Well," said Ben Weatherstaff slowly, as he watched her, "that's true.
9 "Well, she's got a way of saying things," ended Mrs. Medlock, much pleased.
10 Well, sir," answered Mrs. Medlock, "you'll scarcely believe your eyes when you see him.
11 Well," she said, "he's th best lad as ever was born, but us never thought he was handsome.
12 Well," said Dr. Craven, "so long as going without food agrees with them we need not disturb ourselves.
13 Well," said Martha, evidently not in the least aware that she was impudent, "it's time tha should learn.