The arctic forms, during their long southern migration and re-migration northward, will have been exposed to nearly the same climate, and, as is especially to be noticed, they will have kept in a body together; consequently their mutual relations will not have been much disturbed, and, in accordance with the principles inculcated in this volume, they will not have been liable to much modification.
As on the land, so in the waters of the sea, a slow southern migration of a marine fauna, which during the Pliocene or even a somewhat earlier period, was nearly uniform along the continuous shores of the Polar Circle, will account, on the theory of modification, for many closely allied forms now living in areas completely sundered.
To make the Negro work, that is what his master did in one way and hunger has done in another; yet both these left Southern
life where they found it.
Could it be reasonably expected, that the Southern
States would concur in a system, which considered their slaves in some degree as men, when burdens were to be imposed, but refused to consider them in the same light, when advantages were to be conferred?
The more Southern
States, from various circumstances, may not think themselves much interested in the encouragement of navigation.
Hence it might and probably would happen that the foreign nation with whom the SOUTHERN
confederacy might be at war would be the one with whom the NORTHERN confederacy would be the most desirous of preserving peace and friendship.
I was heard aft, and we managed to clear the sunken floe which had come all the way from the Southern
ice-cap to have a try at our unsuspecting lives.
But not to speak of the fact that nothing prevented him from advancing into those southern
provinces (for the Russian army did not bar his way), the historians forget that nothing could have saved his army, for then already it bore within itself the germs of inevitable ruin.
This Copernicus forms the most important of the radiating system, situated in the southern
hemisphere, according to Tycho Brahe.
On leaving Omaha, it passes along the left bank of the Platte River as far as the junction of its northern branch, follows its southern
branch, crosses the Laramie territory and the Wahsatch Mountains, turns the Great Salt Lake, and reaches Salt Lake City, the Mormon capital, plunges into the Tuilla Valley, across the American Desert, Cedar and Humboldt Mountains, the Sierra Nevada, and descends, via Sacramento, to the Pacific--its grade, even on the Rocky Mountains, never exceeding one hundred and twelve feet to the mile.
"They are southern
whales," said he; "there goes the fortune of a whole fleet of whalers."
The realm of France, it is well known, was divided betwixt the Norman and Teutonic race, who spoke the language in which the word Yes is pronounced as oui, and the inhabitants of the southern
regions, whose speech bearing some affinity to the Italian, pronounced the same word oc.