A basic system of microoperations and its use by Belyaev A. K.

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The whole sea was in places furrowed by them and a most ; extraordinary spectacle was presented, as hundreds, proceeding together by jumps, in which their whole bodies were exposed, thus cut the water. When the ship was running nine knots an hour, these animals could cross and recross the bows with the As soon as we greatest ease, and then dash away right ahead. entered the estuary of the Plata, the weather was very unsettled. One dark night penguins, which we were surrounded by numerous made such strange noises, that the seals and on officer cattle bellowing on shore.

The features of the country are verv similar alono- the whole northern bank of the Plata. The only difference bolder. is, The is here the granitic hills are a little very uninteresting there is scarcely a that scenery house, an enclosed piece of ground, or even a tree, to give it an air of cheerfulness. Yet, after being imprisoned for some time ; charm in the unconfined feeling of walking over boundless plains of turf. Moreover, if your view is limited to a small space, many objects possess beauty.

41 collection of the animals, birds, and reptiles, was procured. Before making- any observations respecting- them, I will give an account of a little excursion I made as far as the river Polanco, which is about seventy miles distant, in a northerly direction. I may mention, as a proof how cheap everything is in this country, that I paid only two dollars a day, or eight shillings, for two men, together with a troop of about a dozen riding- My horses. companions were well armed with and pistols a precaution which I thought rather unnecessary but the first piece of news we heard was, that, the day before, a traveller from Monte Video had been found dead on the road, with sabres ; ; This happened close to a cross, the record of a his throat cut.

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