The preparing and the going abroad in such weather
, with the sacrifice of his children after dinner, were evils, were disagreeables at least, which Mr.
And Marianne was in spirits; happy in the mildness of the weather
, and still happier in her expectation of a frost.
We had some heavy weather
, which only proved the qualities of the HISPANIOLA.
last three days, and all hands busy with sails, no time to be frightened.
Indeed, during the sojourn of Captain Bonneville in this neighborhood, which was in the heart of winter, he found the weather
, with the exception of a few cold and stormy days, generally mild and pleasant, freezing a little at night but invariably thawing with the morning's sun-resembling the spring weather
in the middle parts of the United States.
Why, does it bid fair for a change in the weather
Grant's shrubbery, the weather
being unusually mild for the time of year, and venturing sometimes even to sit down on one of the benches now comparatively unsheltered, remaining there perhaps till, in the midst of some tender ejaculation of Fanny's on the sweets of so protracted an autumn, they were forced, by the sudden swell of a cold gust shaking down the last few yellow leaves about them, to jump up and walk for warmth.
BY sunrise on the following morning (October 19th) , the travellers had loaded their old horse with buffalo meat, sufficient for five days' provisions, and, taking leave of their new allies, the poor, but hospitable Snakes, set forth in somewhat better spirits, though the increasing cold of the weather
, and the sight of the snowy mountains which they had yet to traverse, were enough to chill their very hearts.
had turned so much worse that the rest of the day was certainly lost.
She pondered a long while, with a tea-tray in her hands, and at last suggested the weather
, which she was sure had been most trying of late.
While Esther sleeps, and while Esther wakes, it is still wet weather
down at the place in Lincolnshire.
George got hold of the paper, and read us out the boating fatalities, and the weather
forecast, which latter prophesied "rain, cold, wet to fine"