On the April
morning he wanted to go there again, to walk again in the silence.
It was a calm, sweet April
night; there were no sounds but a few low notes of a nightingale, and nothing moved but the white clouds near the moon and a brown owl that flitted over the hedge.
On the 24th of April
he sold his horse--said 'I'm just fifty-seven today, hale and hearty--it would be a PRETTY howdy-do for me to be wasting such a trip as that and such weather as this, on a horse, when there ain't anything in the world so splendid as a tramp on foot through the fresh spring woods and over the cheery mountains, to a man that IS a man--and I can make my dog carry my claim in a little bundle, anyway, when it's collected.
Such a man, to quit the tranquillity and independence of his own fireside, and on the evening of a cold sleety April
day rush out again into the world
Until the 3rd of April
we did not quit the shores of Patagonia, sometimes under the ocean, sometimes at the surface.
Five years later, in the twilight of an April
morning, he stood on the green, beside the meeting-house, at Lexington, where now the obelisk of granite, with a slab of slate inlaid, commemorates the first fallen of the Revolutions.
It was not until the 25th of April
that the two parties of trappers broke up their encampments, and undertook to cross over the southwest end of the mountain by a pass explored by their scouts.
Brussels seemed a very pleasant place to me when I got out again into the street, and it appeared as if some cheerful, eventful, upward-tending career were even then opening to me, on that selfsame mild, still April
How vast the total sum appears Of all the kindnesses I've done, From Childhood's half-forgotten years Down to that Loan of April
Traffic flies high off this coast between April
follow the double white violet; the wallflower; the stock-gilliflower; the cowslip; flowerdelices, and lilies of all natures; rosemary-flowers; the tulippa; the double peony; the pale daffodil; the French honeysuckle; the cherry-tree in blossom; the damson and plum-trees in blossom; the white thorn in leaf; the lilac-tree.
Which reminds me of another phase of the weather that I can't bear, and that is April
weather (so called because it always comes in May).
At length the vessel hove in sight of the town of Zanzibar, upon the island of the same name, and, on the 15th of April
, at 11 o'clock in the morning, she anchored in the port.
The news that came from South Africa was less reassuring, and Philip with anxiety saw that his shares had fallen to two; but Macalister was optimistic, the Boers couldn't hold out much longer, and he was willing to bet a top-hat that Roberts would march into Johannesburg before the middle of April
the troops were enlivened by news of the Emperor's arrival, but Rostov had no chance of being present at the review he held at Bartenstein, as the Pavlograds were at the outposts far beyond that place.