1 I must only pray to God for patience.
2 His mouth moved as though he were praying.
3 There are, I pray God and St. Joseph and Ste.
4 I pray God I may never see your sweet face again.
5 I pray so; but if it be needed, then he shall know all.
6 I really believe his purpose is to be able to pray alone.
7 Bless me in your prayers; and, Mina, pray for my happiness.
8 Only think that we, your true friends, are round you, and that we pray for you all the time.
9 The men were scared every time we turned our electric lamp on them, and fell on their knees and prayed.
10 I may not have the pleasure to talk to-night, since there are many labours to me; but you will sleep, I pray.
11 Read all, I pray you, with the open mind; and if you can add in any way to the story here told do so, for it is all-important.
12 I have read your letters to poor Lucy, and know how good you are and how your husband suffer; so I pray you, if it may be, enlighten him not, lest it may harm.
13 He covered his face with his hands, and slid down on his knees by the sofa, where he remained, perhaps a minute, with his head buried, praying, whilst his shoulders shook with grief.
14 We men pledged ourselves to raise the veil of sorrow from the head of her whom, each in his own way, we loved; and we prayed for help and guidance in the terrible task which lay before us.
15 He alone knows what may be, and I pray Him, with all the strength of my sad and humble soul, that He will watch over my beloved husband; that whatever may happen, Jonathan may know that I loved him and honoured him more than I can say, and that my latest and truest thought will be always for him.