Neoptolemus, warned by Thetis, journeys overland
and, coming into Thrace, meets Odysseus at Maronea, and then finishes the rest of his journey after burying Phoenix who dies on the way.
Well, on this night, broke, thirsty, but with the drinker's faith in the unexpected drink, Nelson and I sat in the Overland
House waiting for something to turn up, especially politicians.
They said if we would go, they would not only telegraph the Emperor, but send a special courier overland
to announce our coming.
The next day Plesser and two other Germans came down overland
And all went merrily with the promoters until the Overland
Company was thrown out of court, as having no evidence, except "the refuse and dregs of former cases-- the heel-taps found in the glasses at the end of the frolic.
Instead of going by the Persian Gulf, I travelled a considerable way overland
, and finally embarked from a distant Indian port with a captain who meant to make a long voyage.
At last, in the exigency to which I was reduced, I proposed to Toby that he should endeavour to go round to Nukuheva, and if he could not succeed in returning to the valley by water, in one of the boats of the squadron, and taking me off, he might at least procure me some proper medicines, and effect his return overland
Down the dusty high roads defiled long streams of heavily-laden mules, all heading to the west, for the gold fever had broken out in California, and the Overland
Route lay through the City of the Elect.
As the Indians at that town possessed horses in abundance, he might purchase a sufficient number of them for his great journey overland
, which would commence at that place.
Tarzan and Otobu declined the offers of the British captain to accompany his force overland
on the return march as Tarzan explained that his country lay to the west, as did Otobu's, and that they would travel together as far as the country of the Wamabos.
I was now alone in a most remote part of the world, for I was near three thousand leagues by sea farther off from England than I was at my island; only, it is true, I might travel here by land over the Great Mogul's country to Surat, might go from thence to Bassora by sea, up the Gulf of Persia, and take the way of the caravans, over the desert of Arabia, to Aleppo and Scanderoon; from thence by sea again to Italy, and so overland
And my wife's somewhere around Truckee, I think, stalled on the overland