in their course.docx - At night westopped at a pulperia or drinking-shop In the evening with Matthews on board we made sail back to theship not by the

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At night westopped at a pulperia, or drinking-shop. In the evening, with Matthews on board, we made sail back to theship, not by the Beagle Channel, but by the southern coast. In both cases, we must leaveout of the question those kinds which have been able to cross thebarrier, whether of solid rock or salt-water. Thesewere lashed to each end of a long pole, which was alternatelycarried by my Tahitian companions on their shoulders. Skunks. It is highly remarkable, from being composed, toat least one-tenth part of its bulk, of Infusoria: ProfessorEhrenberg has already ascertained in it thirty oceanic forms. ) He told me that a conjecture of a change of climate hadsometimes crossed his mind; but that he thought that the greaterportion of land, now incapable of cultivation, but covered withIndian ruins, had been reduced to this state by the water-conduits,which the Indians formerly constructed on so wonderful a scale,having been injured by neglect and by subterranean movements. )I also frequently observed in the lagoon near the Botanic Garden,where the water is only a little
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