utmost point

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My second cargo was a great bag of rice, the umbrella to set up over my head for a shade, another large pot of water, and about two dozen of small loaves, or barley cakes, more than before, with a bottle of goat's milk and a cheese; all which with great labour and sweat I carried to my boat; and praying to God to direct my voyage, I put out, and rowing or paddling the canoe along the shore, came at last to the utmost point of the island on the north-east side.
The well-known British physician, writer and reformer of the 19th Century, Havelock Ellis said, "The prevalence of suicide, without doubt, is a test of height in civilization; it means the population is winding up its nervous and intellectual system to the utmost point of tension and that sometimes it snaps.
She climbs higher, and higher, until we arrive at the utmost point of the tree, and I look over the wall, to see another view, not of a gecko, but of a bird.