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But before they could get into the Land of the Monkeys, they came to a steep cliff with a river flowing below.
Seated on the poop, Ned Land and I were chatting of one thing and another as we looked at this mysterious sea, whose great depths had up to this time been inaccessible to the eye of man.
Suddenly, on turning a point of land, they found themselves close upon a camp on their own side of the river.
No man lawfully entitled to his land would wait one hour before entering upon it.
A list was appended, which consisted chiefly of books relating to the Holy Land, since the Holy Land was part of the excursion and seemed to be its main feature.
One of my spies, who is a Blackbird, flew over the desert to the Land of Oz, and saw the Magic Belt in Ozma's palace," replied the King with a groan.
This would not have been possible had not some clever man invented the "wireless" and an equally clever child suggested the idea of reaching the mysterious Land of Oz by its means.
Do you want to land your tea and silk from Asia and ship it straight East?
We cannot put it into words, perhaps, for it is something mystic and strange, something that takes us nearer fairyland and makes us see that land of dreams with clearer eyes.
Are the Wheelers the only folks living in the Land of Ev?
It was not until the third day that we raised land, dead ahead, which I took, from my map, to be the isles of Scilly.
Hence we may suppose that the organisms now living under the climate of latitude 60 deg, during the Pliocene period lived further north under the Polar Circle, in latitude 66 deg-67 deg; and that the strictly arctic productions then lived on the broken land still nearer to the pole.