Sevigny grew up Darien, Connecticut, but would go into Manhattan on the weekends.
Their command was nearly exterminated, and but a remnant arrived at Darien, after enduring incredible sufferings.
"'The purple peaks of Darien,'" she quoted, pouring me my coffee.
He returned to Panama, where, as we have mentioned, he had removed his seat of government from Darien.
In the afternoon, I and Jack rowed ourselves over to Darien.
In this, after floating about for a long time, they reached America, and landed at the Isthmus of Darien.
I received a visit this morning from some of the Darien people.
A seaman; one of the party which crossed the Isthmus of Darien on foot with Dampier in 1681.
That is the wrong, the other end: it is like starting English history from "the peak in Darien."
But again, the sovereign was involved in a complication which arose from the conflicting accounts from Darien.