In fact a rudimentary Christmas festival of a holiday, not holy-day, type.
This day is kept strictly as a holy-day, being the King's Coronation.
The day was clear and cold, as if befitting the holy-day they were about to celebrate.
They perform it in a sort of holy-day dress, made of skins, and adorned with ribbons.
This impression was strengthened on our seeing the citizens returning from the country in their holy-day suits.
The good woman ventured, as she handed him his holy-day jeans, to urge his return home at an earlier hour than usual.
Have read myself out, and being very much occupied during the week, will take advantage of the holy-day to speak on a holy topic.
The religious and moral duties to which the "holy-day," as it is called, should be strictly devoted are there specified.
One young fellow was calling out, "At least, it is a holy-day, and I shall go to Paris!"
You may go to rest secure that no blood will be spilled to-night; and to-morrow, you know, is a holy-day.