This market has given an immense development to commerce, to navigation
, to communication by land.
Similar facts were observed on the 23rd of July in the same year, in the Pacific Ocean, by the Columbus, of the West India and Pacific Steam Navigation
To accomplish the great desideratum of ærial navigation
, it was very generally supposed that some exceedingly complicated application must be made of some unusually profound principle in dynamics.
No stream could be more convenient for navigation
, since the prevailing wind is south-east, and sailing boats may make a continuous progress to the Peruvian frontier, dropping down again with the current.
On an average, then, and in order to keep myself at a very moderate elevation, I should not burn more than nine cubic feet per hour, so that my twenty-five gallons of water represent six hundred and thirty-six hours of aerial navigation
, or a little more than twenty-six days.
But Kai Shang realized that he must act with circumspection, for Gust alone of the motley horde possessed sufficient knowledge of navigation
to get them out of the South Atlantic and around the cape into more congenial waters where they might find a market for their ill-gotten wealth, and no questions asked.
Here we spent many hours each day, catching fish and playing on the logs, and here, one day, we learned our first lessons in navigation
And, completely to put the quietus on any last lingering hopes he might have had of her, he was in the thick of his spectacular and intensely bitter fight with the Coastwise Steam Navigation
Company, and the Hawaiian, Nicaraguan, and Pacific-Mexican Steamship-Company.
I realize that it's all a great foolishness, all this highbrow stuff about navigation
It was Yellow Handkerchief, the Chinaman whom we had arrested for illegal shrimp-fishing the year before, and who, at that time, had nearly sunk the Reindeer, as he had nearly sunk it now by violating the rules of navigation
As we advanced on our voyage, and left the river, I noticed the tawny hue of the sea, caused by sand-banks which color the shallow water, and which make the navigation
dangerous to inexperienced seamen.
He, too, would get a room in a quiet family, and he would go to a navigation
school and study to be a captain.