Publisher Description

I was much pleased with the scenery of the Clyde; the day we set sail was a lovely one, and I remained on deck till nightfall. The morning light found our vessel dashing gallantly along, with a favourable breeze, through the north channel; that day we saw the last of the Hebrides, and before night lost sight of the north coast of Ireland. A wide expanse of water and sky is now our only prospect, unvaried by any object save the distant and scarcely to be traced outline of some vessel just seen at the verge of the horizon, a speck in the immensity of space, or some times a few sea-fowl. I love to watch these wanderers of the ocean, .

GENRE
Science & Nature
RELEASED
1899
January 1
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
359
Pages
PUBLISHER
Public Domain
SIZE
241.2
KB

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