They were going to run an over-sea empire, and make no end of coin by trade.
The over-sea Britains, understanding it in this sense, took their share in it.
But how should I, a poor stranger from over-sea, know anything of this?
The over-sea commerce and the carrying trade were no less vital.
It is not so with the more dynamic personality of the over-sea citizen.
Between 1891 and 1900 the number of over-sea emigrants was 387,770 persons.
On the other hand, the visitor from over-sea is, in many respects, better placed for observation than the inhabitant.
Again, Henry was founding upon his work of exploration an over-sea dominion, a "commercial and colonial" empire for his country.
This is one chief type of the organisation of our over-sea imperial force.
Ten minutes later, scornful of over-sea tolls, Farquaharson was filing a cablegram.