The difference between a direct importation from abroad, and an indirect importation through the channel
of a neighboring State, in small parcels, according to time and opportunity, with the additional facilities of inland communication, must be palpable to every man of discernment.
But don't you find some danger among your people--I don't mean to say that it is so with you, far from it--but don't you find sometimes that both men and women fancy themselves channels
for God's Spirit, and are quite mistaken, so that they set about a work for which they are unfit and bring holy things into contempt?
He now offered, if aided and protected by government, to turn the whole of that trade into American channels
With a sigh I turned the prow of my craft down stream, and with mighty strokes hastened with reckless speed through the dark and tortuous channel
until once again I came to the chamber into which flowed the three branches of the river.
The Golden Fortune was curiously situated, perched at the extreme sea-end of a little horse-shoe bay hollowed out between two headlands, the points of which approached each other so closely that the river Sly had but a few yards of rocky channel
through which to pour itself into the sea.
The empire of Blefuscu is an island situated to the north-east of Lilliput, from which it is parted only by a channel
of eight hundred yards wide.
The other, on the side of Aethiopia, though much larger, is more dangerous, by reason of the shallows, which make it necessary for a ship, though of no great burthen, to pass very near the island, where the channel
is deeper and less embarrassed.
A retrogade move Channel
of a mountain torrent Alpine scenery Cascades Beaver valleys Beavers at work Their architecture Their modes of felling trees Mode of trapping beaver Contests of skill A beaver "up to trap" Arrival at the Green River caches
I perceived he had not shaved himself that day; and yet the wildest motion of the ship in the most stormy latitudes we had passed through, never made him miss one single morning ever since we left the Channel
During this discussion the night had closed in, and the torches, pages, attendants, squires, horses, and carriages, blocked up the gate and the open place; the torches were reflected in the channel
, which the rising tide was gradually filling, while on the other side of the jetty might be noticed groups of curious lookers-on, consisting of sailors and townspeople, who seemed anxious to miss nothing of the spectacle.
Mason of the ultimate success of his invention, that he determined to construct immediately, if possible, a balloon of sufficient capacity to test the question by a voyage of some extent - the original design being to cross the British Channel
, as before, in the Nassau balloon.
Within the space of a mile from its outskirts every irregularity of the soil was prehistoric, every channel
an undisturbed British trackway; not a sod having been turned there since the days of the Caesars.