This sailor quarreled with his captain, and was set ashore upon an uninhabited
island where he remained alone for more than four years.
They went into the city, turning down by the river side; and, after a long and very slow drive, the streets being crowded at that hour with vehicles of every kind, stopped in front of a large old dingy house in Thames Street: the door and windows of which were so bespattered with mud, that it would have appeared to have been uninhabited
The work of casting, boring, masonry, the transport of workmen, their establishment in an almost uninhabited
country, the construction of furnaces and workshops, the plant, the powder, the projectile, and incipient expenses, would, according to the estimates, absorb nearly the whole.
To produce this necessary operation in her mind, we concealed our interesting invalid in one of the uninhabited bedrooms at Blackwater.
The next morning my wife and I started for London, leaving Marian secluded, in the uninhabited middle of the house, under care of Madame Rubelle, who kindly consented to imprison herself with her patient for two or three days.
By the best of my calculation, that place where I now was must be that country which, lying between the Emperor of Morocco's dominions and the negroes, lies waste and uninhabited
, except by wild beasts; the negroes having abandoned it and gone farther south for fear of the Moors, and the Moors not thinking it worth inhabiting by reason of its barrenness; and indeed, both forsaking it because of the prodigious number of tigers, lions, leopards, and other furious creatures which harbour there; so that the Moors use it for their hunting only, where they go like an army, two or three thousand men at a time; and indeed for near a hundred miles together upon this coast we saw nothing but a waste, uninhabited
country by day, and heard nothing but howlings and roaring of wild beasts by night.
I saw that I was just another Robinson Crusoe cast away on an uninhabited
island, with no society but some more or less tame animals, and if I wanted to make life bearable I must do as he did -- invent, contrive, create, reorganize things; set brain and hand to work, and keep them busy.
It seemed glorious sport to be feasting in that wild, free way in the virgin forest of an unex- plored and uninhabited
island, far from the haunts of men, and they said they never would return to civiliza- tion.
Planting trees in the framework of compensatory landscaping, carrying out of caring works and restoration of uninhabited
trees under the simplified order within the limits of compensatory gardening, planting trees in the framework of compensatory landscaping, carrying out of caring works and restoration of uninhabited
trees under the simplified order within the limits of compensatory gardening, planting trees in the framework of compensatory landscaping
The Philippines should be more circumspect about China's word that it would not construct anything on uninhabited
features in the South China Sea, Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio said on Sunday.
On Henderson Island, an uninhabited
and remote location in the South Pacific Ocean, (http://www.
The real estate sector needs urgent controls to curb the spread of the phenomenon of uninhabited
and unused real estate units, which represents wasted wealth and which does not tie in well with the current economic challenges that the country suffers from at the current stage, according to Daker Abdellah, member of the board of directors of the Egyptian Federation for Construction and Building Contractors (EFCBC).
Japan and China are at odds in a dispute over the sovereignty of the uninhabited
islands in the East China Sea.
The Saudi Commission for Tourism and National Heritage (SCTNH) head Rustom Al-Kubaisi said development on the uninhabited
islands has started, according to Arab News .
Well, here in England in the early 1800s jailbirds were deported to uninhabited
islands to work and build them up.