"Yes, every one that's friends to me -- or wants to be"; and she glanced ever so furtively at Tom, but he talked right along to Amy Lawrence about the terrible storm on the island, and how the lightning tore the great sycamore tree "all to flinders
" while he was "standing within three feet of it."
"You mean to say our old raft warn't smashed all to flinders
Even in June there were leaders, letters, large headlines, leaded type; the Daily Chronicle devoting half its literary page to a charming drawing of the island capital which the new Pall Mall, in a leading article headed by a pun, advised the Government to blow to flinders
. I was myself driving a poor but not dishonest quill at the time, and the topic of the hour goaded me into satiric verse which obtained a better place than anything I had yet turned out.
FAB FLOURNOY wants Great Britain stars Drew Sullivan AND Flinder
Boyd at the Newcastle Eagles next season.
The treasures of Tasmania's northeast, including the famous Flinders
Island, are there for anyone to enjoy and make the ideal conclusion to a leisurely cruise from Sydney or Melbourne.
He wants to bring in someone to compete with current No.1 Robert Olejnik after Scott Flinders
returned to Crystal Palace at the weekend when his loan deal expired.
FALKIRK have lined up Hearts goalkeeper Steve Banks as a January transfer target should they fail to extend Scott Flinders
' loan deal from Crystal Palace.
Jorgensen again found himself with a chance two minutes after the break, but his stooping header didn't trouble Brighton keeper Scott Flinders
College-level collections strong in Australian history and early exploration must have Encountering Terra Australis: The Australian Voyages of Nicolas Baudin and Matthew Flinders
. It covers the achievements and encounters of these two navigators at the beginning of the 19th century, differing from competitors in examining the voyage of Baudin, rather than Flinders
, to provide a different interpretation, reworking facts from the authors' own translation of Baudin's journals and original sources.
When a statue of Captain Matthew Flinders
was installed at Euston in 2014, the only regret of those who had campaigned for a memorial to the explorer -- who led the first circumnavigation of Australia -- was that his final resting place, understood to be somewhere near the London rail station, was unlikely ever to be known.