At the bend of the Danube, vessels, an island, and a castle with a park surrounded by the waters of the confluence of the Enns and the Danube became visible, and the rocky left bank
of the Danube covered with pine forests, with a mystic background of green treetops and bluish gorges.
The University covered the left bank
of the Seine, from the Tournelle to the Tour de Nesle, points which correspond in the Paris of to-day, the one to the wine market, the other to the mint.
The panorama passed before their eyes like a flash, save when the steam concealed it fitfully from the view; the travellers could scarcely discern the fort of Chupenie, twenty miles south-westward from Benares, the ancient stronghold of the rajahs of Behar; or Ghazipur and its famous rose-water factories; or the tomb of Lord Cornwallis, rising on the left bank
of the Ganges; the fortified town of Buxar, or Patna, a large manufacturing and trading-place, where is held the principal opium market of India; or Monghir, a more than European town, for it is as English as Manchester or Birmingham, with its iron foundries, edgetool factories, and high chimneys puffing clouds of black smoke heavenward.
In few moments he was flung upon the gravel at the foot of the left bank
of the stream -- the southern bank -- and behind a projecting point which concealed him from his enemies.
They removed their emporium from Astoria to Fort Vancouver, a strong post on the left bank
of the Columbia River, about sixty miles from its mouth; whence they furnished their interior posts, and sent forth their brigades of trappers.
He continued up the river for perhaps a mile; and then, crossing over to the left bank
, drew his craft up on a low ledge that lay almost on a level with the water.
At once some of the brave Frenchmen rushed into the water and caught the three aeronauts in their arms just as the Victoria fell at the distance of a few fathoms from the left bank
of the Senegal.
For three long marches we followed the left bank
of the growing river, until at last we saw it roll its mighty volume into the vast waters of the sea.
It was half-past seven when we were through, and we all got in, and sculled up close to the left bank
, looking out for a spot to haul up in.
For two hours they marched through forest and marshland, along the left bank
of the river Aveyron; Sir Nigel riding behind his Company, with Alleyne at his right hand, and Johnston, the old master bowman, walking by his left stirrup.
We have, at the present moment, one hundred and seventy families, Miss Summerson, averaging five persons in each, either gone or going to the left bank
of the Niger.
That which was on the left bank
of the glacier is about THIRTEEN MILES long, and in some places rises to a height of TWO THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED AND THIRTY FEET above the floor of the valley