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On the January night, after he had come near dying with cold and after his mind had two or three times actually slipped away into an odd land of fan- tasy so that he had by an exercise of will power to force himself back into consciousness, Kate Swift appeared.
On 2nd January we had made 11,340 miles, or 5,250 French leagues, since our starting-point in the Japan Seas.
The short winter day, as I perceived from the far-declined sun, was already approaching its close; a chill frost-mist was rising from the river on which X stands, and along whose banks the road I had taken lay; it dimmed the earth, but did not obscure the clear icy blue of the January sky.
Virginia died January 30, 1847, when but twenty-five years of age.
Well, it was the beginning of '84 when my father came to live at Horsham, and all went as well as possible with us until the January of '85.
There followeth, for the latter part of January and February, the mezereon-tree, which then blossoms; crocus vernus, both the yellow and the grey; primroses, anemones; the early tulippa; hyacinthus orientalis; chamairis; fritellaria.
On the next day, in its number of January 15th, the Daily Telegraph published an article couched in the following terms:
The sixth of January, 1482, is not, however, a day of which history has preserved the memory.
Firmly resolved, after putting his affairs in order in the regiment, to retire from the army and return and marry Sonya, Nicholas, serious, sorrowful, and at variance with his parents, but, as it seemed to him, passionately in love, left at the beginning of January to rejoin his regiment.
She was to make her debut on the third of January, at a magnificent ball, which her mamma proposed to give to all the nobility and choice gentry of O and its neighbourhood for twenty miles round.
For one of these accursed creatures was the First of January, and the other the Twenty-fifth of December.
Also, with this death-road concept in my brain, I began to grow afraid that something would happen to me before sailing day, which was set for some time in January.
This depth was doubled in December, and trebled in January.
For four days, from the 5th to the 9th of January, the trains were stopped as they are on Sundays on the railways of the United States, and every road was open.
January 29th, being at anchor under Cape Gregory: a very hard gale from W.