From this point the road, running along Humboldt River, passed northward for several miles by its banks; then it turned eastward, and kept by the river until it reached the Humboldt Range
, nearly at the extreme eastern limit of Nevada.
He had now reached the southern portion of the town, and was far within the range
of cannon-shot from the American batteries.
A vast valley now spread itself before the travellers, bounded on one side by the Wind River Mountains, and to the west, by a long range
of high hills.
The Rocky Mountains do not present a range
of uniform elevation, but rather groups and occasionally detached peaks.
Kennedy had only to indicate to him the obstacles to be surmounted, and the Victoria sped through the air, skimming the summits of the range
Meanwhile Nesvitski, Zherkov, and the officer of the suite were standing together out of range
of the shots, watching, now the small group of men with yellow shakos, dark-green jackets braided with cord, and blue riding breeches, who were swarming near the bridge, and then at what was approaching in the distance from the opposite side- the blue uniforms and groups with horses, easily recognizable as artillery.
However, I had then nothing to do with Tennyson's comparative claim on my adoration; there was for the time no parallel for him in the whole range
of literary divinities that I had bowed the knee to.
So Dorothy sat on the hearth-shelf of the big range
, and the subjects of Utensia began to gather around in a large and inquisitive throng.
The Mountains of the Clouds constitute a mighty range
," replied Perry.
This quickly took us out of range
of Red-Eye, and the last we saw of him was far out on a point of land, where he was jumping up and down and chanting a paean of victory.
Beyond, to the west, rose range
of mountains cuddling purple mists of atmosphere in their valleys; and still beyond, over the last range
of all, he saw the silver sheen of the Pacific.
For my second place of concealment I chose what seemed in the darkness a narrow canon leading through a range
of rocky hills.