In 1855, Brun-Rollet, a native of Savoy, appointed consul for Sardinia in Eastern Soudan, to take the place of Vaudey, who had just died, set out from Karthoum, and, under the name of Yacoub the merchant, trading in gums and ivory, got as far as
Belenia, beyond the fourth degree, but had to return in ill-health to Karthoum, where he died in 1857.
A voice might reach her ears, but never again would it carry as far as
it had carried twenty-four hours ago.
Feeling up along the sides of the shaft as far as
he could reach, the ape-man discovered that so much of the wall as he could feel converged toward the center of the shaft as it rose.
When he was part way up a frolicsome playmate seized that part of the rope which lay upon the ground and ran off with it as far as
he could go.
Those who desire to make psychology as far as
possible independent of physiology would do well, it seems to me, if they adopted mnemic causation.
As far as
this would be conducive to the interests of commerce, so far it must tend to the extension of the revenue to be drawn from that source.