"As I knew that he wanted to get back to Transylvania, I felt sure that he must go by the Danube mouth, or by somewhere in the Black Sea
, since by that way he come.
I've seen the Black Sea
and the Red Sea; I rounded the Isle of Wight; I discovered the Yellow River, And the Orange too by night.
"Thou ill announcer," said Zarathustra at last, "that is a cry of distress, and the cry of a man; it may come perhaps out of a black sea
. But what doth human distress matter to me!
Below them was a vast space, at the bottom of which was a black sea
with rolling billows, through which little tongues of flame constantly shot up.
After leaving Constantinople, the way will be taken out through the beautiful Bosphorus, across the Black Sea
to Sebastopol and Balaklava, a run of about twenty-four hours.
The space, from under which volcanic matter on the 20th was actually erupted, is 720 miles in one line, and 400 miles in another line at right angles to the first: hence, in all probability, a subterranean lake of lava is here stretched out, of nearly double the area of the Black Sea
. From the intimate and complicated manner in which the elevatory and eruptive forces were shown to be connected during this train of phenomena, we may confidently come to the conclusion, that the forces which slowly and by little starts uplift continents, and those which at successive periods pour forth volcanic matter from open orifices, are identical.