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Some such agency is necessary,to account for the distribution of the smaller gnawing animals onislands not very near each other. Mary, whichwas upraised thrice the height of the neighbouring country, seemsto be undergoing this process. At first they were as merryas if it had been a picnic; but soon afterwards heavy rain causedmuch discomfort, for they were absolutely without shelter. Davies's eldest son, who manages a farmof his own, is the man of business in the market. The disease came on between twelve and ninety days afterthe bite; and in those cases where it did come on, death ensuedinvariably within five days. Their skill in somerespects may be compared to the instinct of animals; for it is notimproved by experience: the canoe, their most ingenious work, pooras it is, has remained the same, as we know from Drake, for thelast two hundred and fifty years. --Azara's "Travels" volume 1 page 381. )The glacier farthest from the Pole, surveyed during the voyages ofthe "Adventure" and "Beagle," is in latitude 46 degrees 50', in theGulf of Penas. Chamisso hasdescribed the natural history of a lagoon-island in the RadackArchipelago (20/5. Boththe church and the house I saw shortly afterwards: the housebelonged to Mr. On first arriving, it was our custom tounsaddle the horses and give them their Indian corn; then, with alow bow, to ask the senhôr to do us the favour to give us somethingto eat. The shining matter was fluid and very adhesive: little spots,where the skin had been torn, continued bright with a slightscintillation, whilst the uninjured parts were obscured. It appears,therefore, that these arrow-heads are antiquarian relics of theIndians, before the great change in habits consequent on theintroduction of the horse into South America. This barrenness had to oureyes a strange appearance, from having been so long accustomed tothe sight of an almost universal forest of dark-green trees. Gunnera scabra.
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