1 I hope I have learnt how to accommodate myself to the changes of life.
2 And I hope every spinster may find as good a husband as my wife has found.
3 In coming to you, sir, I have no advice or encouragement beyond my own hope.
4 Well, Mr. Harthouse, I hope you have had about a dose of old Bounderby to-night.
5 I was not wholly indifferent, for I had a hope of being pleasant and useful to Tom.
6 I hope your brother may live to be better detherving of you, and a greater comfort to you.
7 I say nothing against the man; he may be a very good fellow, for anything I know; I hope he is.
8 It made me think, after all, how short my life would be, and how little I could hope to do in it.
9 If there is any Ology left, of any description, that has not been worn to rags in this house, all I can say is, I hope I shall never hear its name.
10 I seek to repair what is amiss, if I possibly can; and I hope you will assist me in a good spirit, Bounderby, for I have been very much distressed.
11 Childers took one of his hands out of his pockets, stroked his face and chin, and looked, with a good deal of doubt and a little hope, at Mr. Gradgrind.
12 We hope to have, before long, a board of fact, composed of commissioners of fact, who will force the people to be a people of fact, and of nothing but fact.
13 Mr. Bounderby has made his proposal of marriage to me, and has entreated me to make it known to you, and to express his hope that you will take it into your favourable consideration.
14 The girl believed that her father had not deserted her; she lived in the hope that he would come back, and in the faith that he would be made the happier by her remaining where she was.
15 The first object of my coming here, sir, is to assure you that you must believe that there is no more hope of your ever speaking with her again, than there would be if she had died when she came home last night.
16 So, I thank you, on both our parts, for the good-will you have shown towards us; and the best wish I can give the unmarried part of the present company, is this: I hope every bachelor may find as good a wife as I have found.
17 Mr. Gradgrind usually improved these occasions by remarking, when she was gone, that if Jupe had been properly trained from an early age she would have remonstrated to herself on sound principles the baselessness of these fantastic hopes.
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