And as D'Arnot placed his finger upon North America, Tarzan smiled and laid his palm upon the page, spanning the great ocean that lay between the two continents
Neither hedge nor ditch nor curbed distinctive footpath separated it from the woods, and it went in that long easy curve which distinguishes the tracks of an open continent
In an experience of women which extends over many nations and three separate continents
, I have never looked upon a face which gave a clearer promise of a refined and sensitive nature.
Contrary to the arrangement followed for that of the Earth and Mars, the continents
occupy more particularly the southern hemisphere of the lunar globe.
But his opinions never fluttered or drooped; he was as impartial to cities, countries and continents
as the winds or gravitation.
It is generally believed that the Aborigines of the American continent
have an Asiatic origin.
On the continent
the railway fare on a trunk is about the same it is on a man.
During my absence on the Continent
he was privately married at Aldborough, in Suffolk, on the eighteenth of August last.
The whole extent of this prince's dominions reaches about six thousand miles in length, and from three to five in breadth: whence I cannot but conclude, that our geographers of Europe are in a great error, by supposing nothing but sea between Japan and California; for it was ever my opinion, that there must be a balance of earth to counterpoise the great continent
of Tartary; and therefore they ought to correct their maps and charts, by joining this vast tract of land to the north-west parts of America, wherein I shall be ready to lend them my assistance.
Since that time two or three generations of men had passed away, but they had increased and multiplied with unexampled rapidity; and the land itself had been the recent theatre of a ferocious and bloody seven years' war between the two most powerful and most civilized nations of Europe contending for the possession of this continent
The disciplined armies always kept on foot on the continent
of Europe, though they bear a malignant aspect to liberty and economy, have, notwithstanding, been productive of the signal advantage of rendering sudden conquests impracticable, and of preventing that rapid desolation which used to mark the progress of war prior to their introduction.
In all the devious tracings the course of a sailing-ship leaves upon the white paper of a chart she is always aiming for that one little spot - maybe a small island in the ocean, a single headland upon the long coast of a continent
, a lighthouse on a bluff, or simply the peaked form of a mountain like an ant-heap afloat upon the waters.