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Lionel Wafer in his travels upon the Isthmus of Darien in 1699 saw the plant growing and cultivated by the natives.
Edmund Chishull, an English traveler, died; author of a book of travels in Turkey.
His scholarly and linguistic attainments and his varied travels, fitted him well for the task.
He who travels should be proof against such minor annoyances.
Soon the Commissioners were to start on their travels, and were at that time holding public sittings and taking evidence.
They consisted of travels, reflections, plans of literary works, and personal anecdotes.
The longer axis of the ellipse is itself in constant motion in the direction in which the earth travels.
OUTLINES OF THE EARTH'S HISTORYNATHANIEL SOUTHGATE SHALER
If, in order to be a success, a book of travels must be full of the strange and the horrible, it is all up with this one.
Let them be the dessert to the more substantial dinner of history, travels, and works of a like nature.
Wherever one travels in this neighbourhood, one is sure of excellent rusk at every venda, though soft bread is rare.

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