That longest of his rides was in the third week after; June 22d, midsummer-day.
midsummer-day arrived, and the village of Adlerstein presented a most unusual spectacle.
The Pontypridd ceremonies are similar to those of midsummer-day, already mentioned.
Counsel having given an adverse opinion it was resolved to let the matter rest until the meeting of the livery on midsummer-day.
There was no necessity to read it, he knew its purport: the restaurant was closed on midsummer-day; he had forgotten it.
John Erskine woke with the singing of the birds on the morning of midsummer-day.
And mightn't one treat oneself to asparagus, as it's midsummer-day?