1 God be thanked she was not, yet, of them.
2 For myself, I should take the chance only too thankfully if it were to come.
3 We found out that this was all the Captain knew; so with thanks we came away.
4 And let me say that I am at a loss for words to thank you for your goodness to my poor dear.
5 One more so small child was missing, and we find it, thank God, unharmed amongst the graves.
6 I tremble and tremble even yet, though till all was over, God be thanked, my nerve did stand.
7 I am truly thankful that she is to be left out of our future work, and even of our deliberations.
8 When we got in, and had washed our feet, and had said a prayer of thankfulness together, I tucked her into bed.
9 However, thank God, these occasions grow less frequent as the days go on, and they will in time pass away altogether, I trust.
10 I therefore tried to raise her up, and said, as gravely as I could, that I thanked her, but my duty was imperative, and that I must go.
11 I did not wish to seem too eager, or to let my informant know or guess too much, so, thanking him in the usual manner, I strolled away.
12 I felt so thankful that Lord Godalming is rich, and that both he and Mr. Morris, who also has plenty of money, are willing to spend it so freely.
13 The captain swear again, polyglot, and the thin man make him bow, and thank him, and say that he will so far intrude on his kindness as to come aboard before the sailing.
14 But God be thanked, that soul-wail of my dear Madam Mina had not died out of my ears; and, before the spell could be wrought further upon me, I had nerved myself to my wild work.