Leaving Good to superintend the arrangement of our little camp, I took Sir Henry with me, and walking to the top of the slope opposite, we gazed across the desert
As a virtuous lion Nigh the daughters of deserts
In the first place," said the General, "we cannot march across the deadly desert
to the Land of Oz.
Oh," said Dorothy, when the shaggy man had read the sign aloud; "I've seen this desert
before, and it's true no one can live who tries to walk upon the sands.
What you do with him in the desert
is none of my concern, but I shall not have the blood of a Frenchman on the hands of my tribe on account of another man's quarrel--they would send soldiers here and kill many of my people, and burn our tents and drive away our flocks.
Well, maybe he only wanted to get us back here, and then he'll desert
Some instances of this we met with in the country between Arguna, where we enter the Muscovite dominions, and a city of Tartars and Russians together, called Nortziousky, in which is a continued desert
or forest, which cost us twenty days to travel over.
It seemed as though no caravan had ever braved this desert
expanse, or it would have left visible traces of its encampments, or the whitened bones of men and animals.
A broad green carpet was unrolling itself upon the desert
, while advancing across the carpet was a wonderful procession that made the girl open her eyes in amazement as she gazed.
Some of them determined to desert
, and to make their way back to St.
So I believe the best way to get across the desert
will be through the air.
extended around them, and stretched to the southwest, as far as the eye could reach, rivalling the deserts
of Asia and Africa in sterility.