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Page 39 - Ireland's green borders,and now found itself on high sea. From the deck nothing was visible, so far as the view extended, save the even desert of green and gray, furrowed and streaked in all directions, moving slowly and incessantly, here and there with patches of foam; farther away becoming darker and more and more shrouded, and finally merging into the cloudy horizon.
Page 142 - That in the great city of New York there should be a single human being who smiled kindly at them, was indeed a wonder, for which they were not prepared.