Not those of the bevy of buxom lasses, with their luxurious display of red and white; but the ample charms of a genuine Dutch country tea-table, in the sumptuous time of autumn
They had sold enough to their immediate neighbors during the earlier autumn
to secure a child's handcart, which, though very weak on its pins, could be trundled over the country roads.
Till this year, every long vacation since their marriage had been divided between Hartfield and Donwell Abbey; but all the holidays of this autumn
had been given to seabathing for the children, and it was therefore many months since they had been seen in a regular way by their Surry connexions, or seen at all by Mr.
I considered the past: I saw in my own behaviour, since the beginning of our acquaintance with him last autumn
, nothing but a series of imprudence towards myself, and want of kindness to others.
I covered my head and arms with the skirt of my frock, and went out to walk in a part of the plantation which was quite sequestrated; but I found no pleasure in the silent trees, the falling fir-cones, the congealed relics of autumn
, russet leaves, swept by past winds in heaps, and now stiffened together.
I have got the whole house for three guineas a week, with the option of remaining through the autumn
at the same price.
It was autumn
in my old garden, damp and forsaken, and the mulberry-tree was hung with little yellow shields.
The spring succeeds the summer, the summer the fall, the fall the autumn
, the autumn
the winter, and the winter the spring, and so time rolls with never-ceasing wheel.
He looketh afar o'er the waves, Wind-ruffled and deep and green; And the mantle of Autumn
lies Over wood and hill and ravine.
To lift an autumn
hair is no sign of great strength; to see the sun and moon is no sign of sharp sight; to hear the noise of thunder is no sign of a quick ear.
The pleasant days of Spring and Summer passed away, and in little Annie's garden Autumn
flowers were blooming everywhere, with each day's sun and dew growing still more beautiful and bright; but the fairy flower, that should have been the loveliest of all, hung pale and drooping on little Annie's bosom; its fragrance seemed quite gone, and the clear, low music of its warning chime rang often in her ear.
Petersburg, at the time when we reached the city, we encountered nothing but rain, bitter autumn
frosts, dull skies, ugliness, and crowds of strangers who looked hostile, discontented, and disposed to take offence.