When gliding by the Bashee isles we emerged at last upon the great South Sea; were it not for other things, I could have greeted my dear Pacific with uncounted thanks, for now the long supplication of my youth was answered; that serene ocean rolled eastwards
from me a thousand leagues of blue.
From the close of the year 1811 intensified arming and concentrating of the forces of Western Europe began, and in 1812 these forces- millions of men, reckoning those transporting and feeding the army- moved from the west eastwards
to the Russian frontier, toward which since 1811 Russian forces had been similarly drawn.
"Aye, look Eastward
!" Arthur eagerly replied, pausing at the stair-case window, which commanded a fine view of the sea and the eastward
Were this world an endless plain, and by sailing eastward
we could for ever reach new distances, and discover sights more sweet and strange than any Cyclades or Islands of King Solomon, then there were promise in the voyage.
Then he told them that here they should part company; they three going to the eastward
and he to the westward, and so, skirting the main highroads, would come by devious paths to Sherwood.
The continent, of which this kingdom is apart, extends itself, as I have reason to believe, eastward
, to that unknown tract of America westward of California; and north, to the Pacific Ocean, which is not above a hundred and fifty miles from Lagado; where there is a good port, and much commerce with the great island of Luggnagg, situated to the north-west about 29 degrees north latitude, and 140 longitude.
It was seen early in the morning, rushing over Winchester eastward
, a line of flame high in the atmosphere.
The child looked back at me with its radiant smile, and pointed eastward
down the river toward the distant sea.
The Central Pacific, taking Sacramento for its starting-point, extends eastward
to meet the road from Omaha.
Turning his face eastward
, therefore, he endeavored to regain the plains, intending to make the circuit round the southern point of the mountain.
They proceeded about three miles to the south, where they came again upon the large trail of Crow Indians, which they had crossed four days previously, made, no doubt, by the same marauding band that had plundered the Snakes; and which, according to the account of the latter, was now encamped on a stream to the eastward
. The trail kept on to the southeast, and was so well beaten by horse and foot, that they supposed at least a hundred lodges had passed along it.
And for a day and a part of two nights, travelling eastward
, he remained in the dog inferno.