Some of the newer kinds have the handsome large flowers of the St. Johns Wort.
If she takes a notion to come about, and run back to the St. Johns, we may miss her.
A nightly watch was also established in the town of St. Johns, and a tax levied upon the inhabitants to defray the expenses of it.
"We are bound to the southward, coming down from St. Johns bar," I replied.
St. Johns Church at Hampton bore the royal arms carved on its steeple.
I went next to the St. Johns House, which is kept by a lady.
Their dissatisfaction was of short duration, as the wind shifted, and soon we were safely anchored at St. Johns.
Starting from the house of the founder they mark the way to St. Johns churchyard.
The Southern soldiers were higher up the St. Johns, on the west side.
His plot discovered, he had fled to St. Johns Wood for concealment.
Note: Newfoundland became Canada's tenth province in 1949. The remains of possible Viking settlements have been found in Newfoundland.
Note: It was the first overseas possession of England; fishing settlements began in the sixteenth century.