Morris immediately; that he is to take possession before Michaelmas
, and some of his servants are to be in the house by the end of next week."
"I'm my own contractor, my own carpenter, and my own bricklayer, and I shall be sixty-seven come Michaelmas
," he added, by no means irrelevantly.
Jennings, who knew nothing of all this, who knew only that the Colonel continued as grave as ever, and that she could neither prevail on him to make the offer himself, nor commission her to make it for him, began, at the end of two days, to think that, instead of Midsummer, they would not be married till Michaelmas
, and by the end of a week that it would not be a match at all.
SUMMER drew to an end, and early autumn: it was past Michaelmas
, but the harvest was late that year, and a few of our fields were still uncleared.
What the two drank together, between Hilary Term and Michaelmas
, might have floated a king's ship.
term lately over, and the Lord Chancellor sitting in Lincoln's Inn Hall.
And as for staying tea, I can't hear of it; for there's this dairymaid, now she knows she's to be married, turned Michaelmas
, she'd as lief pour the new milk into the pig-trough as into the pans.
I don't know how the devil this has come about, or how this love I have for him got in; I such a young girl, and he such a mere boy; for I verily believe we are both of an age, and I am not sixteen yet; for I will be sixteen Michaelmas
Day, next, my father says."
The Crofts were to have possession at Michaelmas
; and as Sir Walter proposed removing to Bath in the course of the preceding month, there was no time to be lost in making every dependent arrangement.
On Easter Sunday lamb and green peas, and at Michaelmas
roast goose and apple sauce.
Elton should really be in love with me,me, of all people, who did not know him, to speak to him, at Michaelmas
! And he, the very handsomest man that ever was, and a man that every body looks up to, quite like Mr.
And you, as have been here ever since last Michaelmas
, and I hired you at Treddles'on stattits, without a bit o' character--as I say, you might be grateful to be hired in that way to a respectable place; and you knew no more o' what belongs to work when you come here than the mawkin i' the field.