Now, Mr. Bines, I like him and I dare say you've done the best thing for him, unusual as it was.
He has all his housework there, a broom and a duster, and I dare say he has a cooking-stove and a gridiron.
Yet the superscription is of his dictating, I dare say, for he is a formal wretch.
This, I dare say, will make them alter their behaviour to you.
I have no friend but you to whom I can appeal, to whom I dare complain.
But after all, I dare say there will be no need but to shew your faces in my company.
We dare not forget today that we are the heirs of that first revolution.
And so, my fellow Americans, we must be strong, for there is much to dare.
If there had been no deep affection between us I should not dare to ask you.
Dare you to wear your brother's coat without the crescent which should stamp you as his cadet.