struck on her starboard quarter a rock, marked in no chart
for that part of the sea.
He looked thoughtfully at the chart
as if surveying chances and distances from a lofty height--and follow- ing with his eyes his own figure wandering on the blank land of Cochin-China, and then passing off that piece of paper clean out of sight into uncharted regions.
After putting to sea, he fell in with the celebrated discoverer, Vancouver, and informed him of his discovery, furnished him with a chart
which he had made of the river.
Bring forth the chart
, the doleful chart
; See where them mountings meet
Sometimes a woman or a poor man, watching the ritual - it was nothing less - when the great yellow chart
was unfolded, would throw a few flowers or a handful of cowries upon its edge.
What time upon her airy bounds I hung One half the garden of her globe was flung Unrolling as a chart
unto my view - Tenantless cities of the desert too
You need no chart
of directions now, since you will have the inestimable advantage of my own guidance.
He heard Fanshaw say there was no need to be silly; that not only had Cornish captains been heroes, but that they were heroes still: that near that very spot there was an old admiral, now retired, who was scarred by thrilling voyages full of adventures; and who had in his youth found the last group of eight Pacific Islands that was added to the chart
of the world.
The Victoria passed near to a village which the doctor found marked upon his chart
And remained several hours consulting a geographical chart
I've spent a lot of time in the chart
-room now, and I'm on the edge of knowing my way about, what charts
I want to refer to, what coasts I want to explore.
Come in to the cabin, and we'll look at the chart
," said the captain.