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At midsummer was to be a fete in the Saboba village, and the San Bernardino priest would come there.
RAMONAHELEN HUNT JACKSON
About Christmas they again ravaged Northumberland, and let off Cumberland till midsummer day next year for the sum of 600 marks.
Tell you what I did over in Chattanooga—in red-hot midsummer, too, said Flick, in a burst of confidence.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
Five thousand pounds were sent to keep things going until Midsummer, and out of this Sidney was to pay the soldiers.
The two queens—one at the dawn, the other in the midsummer of life—presented at this moment the utmost contrast.
CATHERINE DE' MEDICIHONORE DE BALZAC
But Midsummer day passed by, and several other Midsummer days, and still Hulda saw nothing and heard nothing of the fairy.
WONDER-BOX TALESJEAN INGELOW
The windows were closed on that lovely midsummer night; the doors looked tight as wax.
At midsummer 1284 more than a hundred galleys sailed to Genoa, and in scorn shot arrows of silver into the great harbour.
In midsummer the night airs in those long inlets and deep valleys move always toward the sea.
THE HIDDEN PLACESBERTRAND W. SINCLAIR
I've had a charming afternoon all by myself and wandered all over the hillside, dreaming midsummer day-dreams.
RED PEPPER BURNSGRACE S. RICHMOND

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