We were busily employed in building this fort, until the fourteenth day of June
following, without any farther opposition from the Indians; and having finished the works, I returned to my family, on Clench.
We left this place of interview the next day, and on the 21st of June
arrived at Fremone, the residence of the missionaries, where we were welcomed by great numbers of Catholics, both Portuguese and Abyssins, who spared no endeavours to make us forget all we had suffered in so hazardous a journey, undertaken with no other intention than to conduct them in the way of salvation.
On the 11th of June
, they came to the fork of the Nebraska, where it divides itself into two equal and beautiful streams.
At midnight in the month of June
, I stand beneath the mystic moon.
Finally, in 1857, Lieutenants Burton and Speke, both officers in the Bengal army, were sent by the London Geographical Society to explore the great African lakes, and on the 17th of June
they quitted Zanzibar, and plunged directly into the west.
On the thirteenth of June
the French and Russian Emperors arrived in Tilsit.
The thought of England was delightful, for together they would see the old things freshly; it would be England in June
, and there would be June
nights in the country; and the nightingales singing in the lanes, into which they could steal when the room grew hot; and there would be English meadows gleaming with water and set with stolid cows, and clouds dipping low and trailing across the green hills.
I wonder what it would be like to live in a world where it was always June
," said Anne, as she came through the spice and bloom of the twilit orchard to the front door steps, where Marilla and Mrs.
In early June
, when the sand hills were a great glory of pink wild roses, and the Glen was smothered in apple blossoms, Marilla arrived at the little house, accompanied by a black horsehair trunk, patterned with brass nails, which had reposed undisturbed in the Green Gables garret for half a century.
My other half being indulgent, and with some faint thought perhaps that it might be as well to look after the place, consented to live in it at any rate for a time; whereupon followed six specially blissful weeks from the end of April into June
, during which I was here alone, supposed to be superintending the painting and papering, but as a matter of fact only going into the house when the workmen had gone out of it.
In the month of June
last, do you remember a parcel arriving for Mr.
It was a change, indeed, common enough to the weather in this climate, from sunshine to clouds, from June