The girls an' boys we soon shall see, At anchor off Cape
This immensely stretched trade, which makes the capes
of the Southern Ocean his wharves, and the Atlantic Sea his familiar port, centres in his brain only; and nobody in the universe can make his place good.
And that's Miriam, in her coachman's cloak, with all the little capes
on, and she wore great top-boots underneath.
In winter he added a nut-colored box-coat with three capes
, and carried a loaded stick, necessitated, he said, by the profound solitude of the quarter in which he lived.
On the left the low-lying land stretched in a dim haze, rising here and there into a darker blur which marked the higher capes
A coat with capes
worn by ladies in the eighteenth century for riding.
On one beautiful Saturday night in this October of 1851, more than one hundred of these vessels could be counted from Markdale Capes
Suddenly they appeared forth, the capadores, five of them, from every side, their colored capes
Even at this day, if the Malay Archipelago were converted into land, the tropical parts of the Indian Ocean would form a large and perfectly enclosed basin, in which any great group of marine animals might be multiplied; and here they would remain confined, until some of the species became adapted to a cooler climate, and were enabled to double the southern capes
of Africa or Australia, and thus reach other and distant seas.
I have in my mind's eye the western, indented with deep bays, the bolder northern, and the beautifully scalloped southern shore, where successive capes
overlap each other and suggest unexplored coves between.
A couple of carriages waited by the curbstone, their lamps blazing steadily, the horses standing perfectly still, as if carved in stone, the coachmen sitting motionless under the big fur capes
, without as much as a quiver stirring the white thongs of their big whips.
Mr Willet received this figure at the back-door, and ushered him into the bar, while he wrapped himself in sundry greatcoats and capes
, and so tied and knotted his face in shawls and handkerchiefs, that how he breathed was a mystery.