Their progress was much facilitated
by the certainty that Magua had found it necessary to journey through the valleys; a circumstance which rendered the general direction of the route sure.
Let it be remarked, in the third place, that the intercourse throughout the Union will be facilitated
by new improvements.
The bourgeoisie, by the rapid improvement of all instruments of production, by the immensely facilitated
means of communication, draws all, even the most barbarian, nations into civilisation.
There were foot tracks, also, made by the natives, which greatly facilitated
Even before visiting the Marquesas, I had heard from men who had touched at the group on former voyages some revolting stories in connection with these savages; and fresh in my remembrance was the adventure of the master of the Katherine, who only a few months previous, imprudently venturing into this bay in an armed boat for the purpose of barter, was seized by the natives, carried back a little distance into their valley, and was only saved from a cruel death by the intervention of a young girl, who facilitated
his escape by night along the beach to Nukuheva.
As I came cautiously to the edge of the low cliff overlooking the Lost Sea of Korus I saw Thurid pushing out upon the bosom of the shimmering water in a small skiff--one of those strangely wrought craft of unthinkable age which the Holy Therns, with their organization of priests and lesser therns, were wont to distribute along the banks of the Iss, that the long journey of their victims might be facilitated
Dorothea's inferences may seem large; but really life could never have gone on at any period but for this liberal allowance of conclusions, which has facilitated
marriage under the difficulties of civilization.
The latter's weak lungs had led him to exchange Maine for California, the removal being facilitated
by the offer of a professorship in the State University.
The same organ having performed simultaneously very different functions, and then having been specialised for one function; and two very distinct organs having performed at the same time the same function, the one having been perfected whilst aided by the other, must often have largely facilitated