The narrow seas around these isles, where British admirals keep watch and ward upon the marches of the Atlantic Ocean, are subject to the turbulent sway of the West
You see, the West
is a pretty big proposition, and I kept hustling around over it pretty lively.
From Woodland they swung west
and south along the county roads to the fruit paradise of Vacaville.
began to go down after Kenneth's death.
They were now in the bosom of the second Bighorn ridge, with another lofty and snow-crowned mountain full in view to the west
. Fifteen miles of western course brought them, on the following day, down into an intervening plain, well stocked with buffalo.
There is much reason to believe, that the territory which now composes Ohio, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and a large portion of the country west
of the Mississippi, lay formerly under water.
What ships from beyond they have warned only the secret archives of government show; but, a naval officer myself, I have gathered from the traditions of the service that it has been fully two hundred years since smoke or sail has been sighted east of 30d or west
One of the first to revive these tramontane expeditions was General Ashley, of Missouri, a man whose courage and achievements in the prosecution of his enterprises have rendered him famous in the Far West
. In conjunction with Mr.
Alexander I was as necessary for the movement of the peoples from east to west
and for the refixing of national frontiers as Kutuzov had been for the salvation and glory of Russia.
In some strange way Japan was receptive to all the West
had to offer.
Wars, in ancient time, seemed more to move from east to west
; for the Persians, Assyrians, Arabians, Tartars (which were the invaders) were all eastern people.
He returned in the month of August to Kouka; from there he successively traversed the Mandara, Barghimi, and Klanem countries, and reached his extreme limit in the east, the town of Masena, situated at seventeen degrees twenty minutes west