"It is a good thing to have a rich son," said Captain Rushton, humorously.
It was a good thing that from any cause the transgressor should find his ways hard.
It was, all felt, a good thing to have a Mr. Abel in Georgetown.
And verily it is not a good thing to live in the East for any length of time.
Doctor, if you undertake it, said Johnson, I am sure youll make a good thing of it.
It was more than they had bargained for, and was altogether too much of a good thing.
Anyway, he did not give it up, and that is a good thing for us to remember.
If your feeling is not pride, why call a good thing by a bad name?
It's simply an insane attempt to pull every good thing down!
But—and here is the point—it may be a good thing for my neighbor to drink.