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I'll tell you what we'll do," said Beth, "let's each get her something for Christmas, land not get anything for ourselves.
The death of her father and mother and the rich acres of land that had come down to her had set a train of suitors on her heels.
Koku was an immense man, a veritable giant, one of two whom Tom had brought back with him after an exciting trip to a strange land.
But the night sat lightly upon the sea and the land.
All this time the Doctor and his animals were running through the forest towards the Land of the Monkeys as fast as they could go.
He informed me that the King his master was encamped not far off, and that a chec who was then in the company was just arrived from thence, and had seen the Emperor of Aethiopia's letters in our favour; I was then convinced that we might land without scruple, and to give the patriarch notice of it ordered a volley of our muskets to be fired, which was answered by the cannon of the two ships that lay at a distance, for fear of giving the Moors any cause of suspicion by their approach.
Those of the direct kind, which principally relate to land and buildings, may admit of a rule of apportionment.
Thus the Abraham Lincoln wanted for no means of destruction; and, what was better still she had on board Ned Land, the prince of harpooners.
Herds of buffalo, also, were moving about, or lying on the ground, like cattle in a pasture; excepting such inhabitants as these, a perfect solitude reigned over the land.
From land to land is the most concise definition of a ship's earthly fate.
These gentlemen, it is true, were not perfectly satisfied with the place, and were desirous of continuing their search; but Captain Thorn was impatient to land his cargo and continue his voyage, and protested against any more of what he termed "sporting excursions.
Henceforward I will give one dollar to the man on whose land Abu Hussein is found.