To be sure, in cold weather
you may carry your house aloft with you, in the shape of a watch-coat; but properly speaking the thickest watch-coat is no more of a house than the unclad body; for as the soul is glued inside of its fleshly tabernacle, and cannot freely move about in it, nor even move out of it, without running great risk of perishing (like an ignorant pilgrim crossing the snowy Alps in winter); so a watch-coat is not so much of a house as it is a mere envelope, or additional skin encasing you.
Living in a house and sleeping in a bed pulled on me pretty tight mostly, but before the cold weather
I used to slide out and sleep in the woods sometimes, and so that was a rest to me.
If a delicate invalid like yourself can bear it, surely my hearty girl can, especially as she is dressed for cold weather
," answered Dr.
The Prime Minister became the honoured friend of Viceroys, and Governors, and Lieutenant-Governors, and medical missionaries, and common missionaries, and hard-riding English officers who came to shoot in the State preserves, as well as of whole hosts of tourists who travelled up and down India in the cold weather
, showing how things ought to be managed.
They were men of iron; proof against cold weather
, hard fare, and perils of all kinds.
She died on the first approach of cold weather
, at the beginning of this last winter.
When the cold weather
came on she knitted him wristlets, which he always religiously wore from the house and pocketed immediately thereafter.
I suppose your cold weather
has promptly begun, as usual; it sometimes makes me envy you.
As for exercise, it was nice cold weather
, and he was allowed to perform his ablutions every morning under the pump, in a stone yard, in the presence of Mr.
Take a thing from the fire this cold weather
, and it will freeze in five minutes.
The old gentleman was staying in bed on account of the cold weather
, and as Mary Garth was not to be seen in the sitting-room, Fred went up-stairs immediately and presented the letter to his uncle, who, propped up comfortably on a bed-rest, was not less able than usual to enjoy his consciousness of wisdom in distrusting and frustrating mankind.
"No, never, upon my word," said the head under the neckcloth, shaking very much--"that is, yes--what abominably cold weather
, Miss"--and herewith he fell to poking the fire with all his might, although it was in the middle of June.