Long after the little birds had left their nests; long after bees had come in the sweet prime of day to gather the heath
honey before the dew was dried-- when the long morning shadows were curtailed, and the sun filled earth and sky--I got up, and I looked round me.
In his despair he wandered on over the heath
, never looking where he put his feet, and full of sorrowful thoughts.
The police of the division have been instructed to keep a sharp lookout for straying children, especially when very young, in and around Hampstead Heath
, and for any stray dog which may be about.
My dear, it is only a beautiful little heath
, which that nice old gardener would make me take; but if it is in your way, I will have it in my lap directly.
For the heath
, which was the third part of our plot, I wish it to be framed, as much as may be, to a natural wildness.
As they crossed the heath
again on their way home they surprised the dwarf, who had emptied out his bag of precious stones in a clean spot, and had not thought that anyone would come there so late.
my infant Jesus has been taken from me, has been stolen from me; they devoured her on a heath
, they drank her blood, they cracked her bones
It is such as he, as little conscious of himself as the bee in a hive, who are the lucky in life, for they have the best chance of happiness: their activities are shared by all, and their pleasures are only pleasures because they are enjoyed in common; you will see them on Whit-Monday dancing on Hampstead Heath
, shouting at a football match, or from club windows in Pall Mall cheering a royal procession.
They walked, then, across the heath
, which stretched between the mole and the cavern, listening to every noise, in order better to avoid an ambush.
The road from Chiltern Grange is a lonely one, and at one spot it is particularly so, for it lies for over a mile between Charlington Heath
upon one side and the woods which lie round Charlington Hall upon the other.
She made up her mind to act instantly upon the knowledge thus gained, and cast her mind in amazement back to the scene upon the heath
, when she had yielded, heaven knows why, for reasons which seemed now imperceptible.
TWO Blighted Beings, haggard, lachrymose, and detested, met on a blasted heath
in the light of a struggling moon.
It was Halpin Frayser's impression that he was to be garroted on his native heath
Leaving the thumbless archer and his brood, the wayfarers struck through the scattered huts of Emery Down, and out on to the broad rolling heath
covered deep in ferns and in heather, where droves of the half-wild black forest pigs were rooting about amongst the hillocks.
when the soft wind "with his sweet breath inspired hath in every holt and heath
the tender crops"; when the little birds make new songs, then "longen folk to go on pilgrimages, and palmers for to seeken strange lands, and especially from every shire's end of England, to Canterbury they wend.