During the summer

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During the summer   
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During the summer months, people came from far and near--from Baltimore, Easton, and Annapolis--to see it.
At night, and between meals, I found considerable time for study and reading; and in this direction I improved myself very much during the summer.
In the spring, when the streams are swollen by rain and by the melting of the snows, the lake rises several feet above its ordinary level during the summer, it gradually subsides again, leaving a sparkling zone of the finest salt upon its shores.
During the summer and fall Jurgis and Ona managed to pay her back the last penny they owed her, and so she began to have a bank account.
To the prevalence of these breezes, and to the want of all leafy covert, may we also attribute the freedom from those flies and other insects so tormenting to man and beast during the summer months, in the lower plains, which are bordered and interspersed with woodland.
Rebecca had studied during the summer vacation, and had passed, on her return in the autumn, certain examinations which would enable her, if she carried out the same programme the next season, to complete the course in three instead of four years.
There was some talk of having him back during the summer that followed.
Her idea had been to get together sufficient money during the summer to purchase another horse.
She ascertained from old Mazey that it was his master's custom, during the winter and spring months, to occupy the rooms in the north wing; and during the summer and autumn to cross the Arctic passage of "Freeze-your-Bones," and live in the eastward apartments which looked out on the garden.
During the summer, however, I used to stay away from the caves for weeks, sleeping in a tree-shelter I made near the mouth of the slough.
He was dressing in the eye-department during the summer session, and he had bought an ophthalmoscope off a student who had one to sell.
Of course, during the season, some madman or another may make his appearance--generally an Englishman, or an Asiatic, or a Turk--and (as had happened during the summer of which I write) win or lose a great deal; but, as regards the rest of the crowd, it plays only for petty gulden, and seldom does much wealth figure on the board.