Only a few American cities appear in these tables, but they are scattered
so widely over the country that they furnish a good general average of CITY health in the United States; and I think it will be granted that our towns and villages are healthier than our cities.
Do you not know then, Nada, why it is that I have made this war, and why the people of the Halakazi are dead and scattered
and their cattle the prize of my arm?
about it, some in their over- turned war-machines, some in the now rigid handling- machines, and a dozen of them stark and silent and laid in a row, were the Martians--DEAD
here and there are two or three dusky figures, clad in mantles of fur, with ornaments of bone hanging from their ears, and the feathers of wild birds in their coal-black hair.
The carriers dispatched from the Ti were to be seen hurrying in all directions through the deep groves; each individual preceded by a boy bearing a flaming torch of dried cocoanut boughs, which from time to time was replenished from the materials scattered
along the path.
He told a long story about the horses, from which it appeared that they had been stolen by various wandering bands, and scattered
in different directions.
And therefore rest not upon scattered
counsels; they will rather distract and mislead, than settle and direct.
On Wednesday, April 23d, the balloon started at four o'clock in the morning, with a grayish sky overhead; night was slow in quitting the surface of the lake, which was enveloped in a dense fog, but presently a violent breeze scattered
all the mists, and, after the balloon had been swung to and fro for a moment, in opposite directions, it at length veered in a straight line toward the north.
The forty-two colleges were scattered
about in a fairly equal manner, and there were some everywhere.
The cascades, somewhat rebellious nymphs though they were, poured forth their waters brighter and clearer than crystal: they scattered
over the bronze triton and nereids their waves of foam, which glistened like fire in the rays of the sun.
J'ai assez fait l'empereur; il est temps de faire le general,"* but nevertheless immediately ran away again, abandoning to its fate the scattered
fragments of the army he left behind.
When he came back to his work after lunch he carried in his head a picture of the Strand, scattered
with omnibuses, and of the purple shapes of leaves pressed flat upon the gravel, as if his eyes had always been bent upon the ground.