The "charter" of 1618 had specified a term for this right for seven years ending on Midsummer Day of 1625.
On the night of Midsummer Day, 1793, the town of Ramsey held high festival.
So on the second day after Midsummer Day we went off by the morning mail.
It was something like trying to look at the sun at high noon on Midsummer Day.
She had, however, been obliged to wait until Midsummer Day, for the miller watched over his heiress very carefully.
It was December 21 and Midsummer Day, so we concluded that the spot would be a very chilly one in the winter.
Turnips may be sown in variety and in quantity after Midsummer Day.
In that very month Stockholm surrendered, and Gustavus held his proud entry into the capital on the eve of Midsummer Day.
I was fifteen years and a half old when I became an apprentice to the forester, on Midsummer Day 1797.
If ever Edward showed energy, it was in preparing for the appointed Midsummer Day of 1314.