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Some of us found our way to the gallows, and some to Siberia.
In this he failed, but Alexis was sent a convict to Siberia, where now, at this moment, he works in a salt mine.
My friend knows a girl of fifteen who's been sent to Siberia for life merely because they caught her addressing a letter to an anarchist.
He was classed as a tramp, sentenced, and sent to live in Siberia.
They've run away from second class Russian cruisers more than once up there off Siberia.
Siam was made part of the Empire, and, in spite of all that England could do, Burma and the Malay Peninsula were overrun; while all along the long south boundary of Siberia, Russia was pressed severely by China's advancing hordes.
Thus, a few days ago, a German geometrician proposed to send a scientific expedition to the steppes of Siberia.
Watson, and those of the Pyrenees, as remarked by Ramond, are more especially allied to the plants of northern Scandinavia; those of the United States to Labrador; those of the mountains of Siberia to the arctic regions of that country.
It is remarkable how all the circumstances connected with the salt-lakes in Siberia and Patagonia are similar.
Though he knows that he has travelled it a thousand times, he cannot recognize a feature in it, but it is as strange to him as if it were a road in Siberia.
I believe I should always be good if the sun always shone, and could enjoy myself very well in Siberia on a fine day.
An' there's Smoke, the black little devil--didn't the Roosians have him for three years in the salt mines of Siberia, for poachin' on Copper Island, which is a Roosian preserve?
To mention him at all would mean imprisonment for the "bright soul," perhaps cruel floggings, and in the end a journey to Siberia in chains.
I have nothing material to say of my particular affairs till I came to Tobolski, the capital city of Siberia, where I continued some time on the following account.
Then followed four years of penal servitude, spent in the company of common criminals in Siberia, where he began the "Dead House," and some years of service in a disciplinary battalion.