What is well done I feel as if I did; what is ill done I reck not of.
I reck not what ye say, so I win your lady sister from her oppressor.'
"Reck'n et's neer onto three thousin' mile," drawled the Confed.
Nothing remember of words and reck they naught of fore-swearing.
I reck'n he'd liefer claw on to your throat, lad, nor ony o' oors.
"I reck'n the Cup is kind o' company to him," said Jim Mason.
I reck'n Th' Owd Un come on him while he was at it; and then they fought.
Little do I reck of the issue, I who am but the Minister of what is written.
I s'pose the things give her strength, but I reck'n the cheer helped most.
Twenty thousand, or ten thousand, what reck we of their sufferings?