After a brief rest at Hamburg
, we made preparations for a long pedestrian trip southward in the soft spring weather, but at the last moment we changed the program, for private reasons, and took the express-train.
It had seemed to me, in the many anxious considerations I had given the point, almost indifferent what port we made for - Hamburg
, Rotterdam, Antwerp - the place signified little, so that he was got out of England.
The Pereire, of the French Transatlantic Company, whose admirable steamers are equal to any in speed and comfort, did not leave until the 14th; the Hamburg
boats did not go directly to Liverpool or London, but to Havre; and the additional trip from Havre to Southampton would render Phileas Fogg's last efforts of no avail.
The Imperial army, strictly speaking, was one third composed of Dutch, Belgians, men from the borders of the Rhine, Piedmontese, Swiss, Genevese, Tuscans, Romans, inhabitants of the Thirty-second Military Division, of Bremen, of Hamburg
, and so on: it included scarcely a hundred and forty thousand who spoke French.
Some, such as those of Paris, Petersburg, Berlin, Stockholm, Hamburg
, Malta, Lisbon, Benares, Madras, and others, transmitted their good wishes; the rest maintained a prudent silence, quietly awaiting the result.
"He was a mountaineer of the eastern range of the Carpathians, and the vessel sunk the night be- fore in Eastbay was the Hamburg
Because, from Mungo Park, assassinated on the Niger, to Vogel, who disappeared in the Wadai country; from Oudney, who died at Murmur, and Clapperton, lost at Sackatou, to the Frenchman Maizan, who was cut to pieces; from Major Laing, killed by the Touaregs, to Roscher, from Hamburg
, massacred in the beginning of 1860, the names of victim after victim have been inscribed on the lists of African martyrdom!
She sold Hamburg
edging, or stuffed peppers, or automobiles, or other little trinkets such as they keep in department stores.
They knew his open-handedness; and half an hour later the invalid doctor from Hamburg
, who lived on the top floor, looked enviously out of the window at the merry party of healthy Russians assembled under the chestnut tree.
Close inshore was a multitude of fishing smacks--English, Scotch, French, Dutch, and Swedish; steam launches from the Thames, yachts, electric boats; and beyond were ships of large burden, a multitude of filthy colliers, trim merchantmen, cattle ships, passenger boats, petroleum tanks, ocean tramps, an old white transport even, neat white and grey liners from Southampton and Hamburg
; and along the blue coast across the Blackwater my brother could make out dimly a dense swarm of boats chaffering with the people on the beach, a swarm which also extended up the Blackwater almost to Maldon.
At first it caused me to blush violently although I have seen several Old Years out at Rectors, and in other less fashionable places off Broadway, and in Vienna, and Hamburg
It was dated Hamburg
, and briefly told her to remain at Crickgelly, and expect fresh instructions, explanations, and a supply of money, as soon as he had settled the important business matters which had taken him abroad.