"That is all very true," said the Republican Form of Government, putting on its hobnail shoes; "but consider how I thrill you every Fourth of July
This proves, by the number left in stock, that one Fourth of July
per year is now inadequate, the country has grown so.
Fourth of July
was coming; but he soon gave that up -- gave it up before he had worn his shackles over forty-eight hours -- and fixed his hopes upon old Judge Frazer, justice of the peace, who was apparently on his deathbed and would have a big public funeral, since he was so high an official.
"Don't they give 'em holidays, the way we do, Christmas and New Year's week, and Fourth of July
On the mornings of the Fourth of July
it would be heard ringing among the hills; and even Captain Hollister, who was the highest authority in that part of the country on all such occasions, affirmed that, considering its dimensions, it was no despicable gun for a salute.
The huge gilt plate-glass mirror which had hung behind the bar still occupied one side of the room, but its length was artfully divided by an enormous rosette of red, white, and blue muslin--one of the surviving Fourth of July
decorations of Thompson's saloon.
Fireworks, Fourth of July
, Kingdom Come, blue lights, sky-rockets, an' hell fire--just like that.
A FOURTH OF JULY
ORATION IN THE GERMAN TONGUE, DELIVERED AT A BANQUET OF THE ANGLO-AMERICAN CLUB OF STUDENTS BY THE AUTHOR OF THIS BOOK
We had it taken, I remembered, when we went to Black Hawk on the first Fourth of July
I spent in Nebraska.
When first I took up my abode in the woods, that is, began to spend my nights as well as days there, which, by accident, was on Independence Day, or the Fourth of July
, 1845, my house was not finished for winter, but was merely a defence against the rain, without plastering or chimney, the walls being of rough, weather-stained boards, with wide chinks, which made it cool at night.
For blacks, the year's calendar should show naught but three hundred and sixty-five Fourth of Julys
and New Year's Days.
In response to the President-sanctioned Fourth of July
Salute to America celebration held on the National Mall today, U.S.