Ye hae been a guid friend to me, Sanders, in this sair affliction.
The well-known poem, beginning, "guid morning to your Majesty."
But, May, my bairn, the guid man's sleeping wi' downright fatigue.
It maks my hert sair to ken 'at no guid will your hert get o' his.
I was glad we were "oop" and away before the train started again, and as we trotted along the road, cries of "guid luck to ye!"
"The guid dochter is the best warrant for the guid wife:" so said her father, and he said truly.
There's a pace for ye—he's a guid woorker, a gran' beast—hoo much shall we say for him?
An' ye ken it's no riches 'at 'ill mak' a guid breed—'cep' it be o' maggots.
Na, but his had need be a guid conscience, for did ever onybody ken eneuch aboot it or him to say richt or wrang til 'im!
Mony ane 'at spak like that, had nae doot a guid meanin' in't; but, hech man!