It is, however, most common among the hills and rills from Yorkshire northwards.
They struggle on northwards, however, and have travelled a degree of latitude.
The prohibition to cross the river to the northwards is supposed to have originated in much the same way.
Greaves has been seen on the coast with a wind fair for the northwards.
But I cried to them to steer on northwards, for thus perhaps we should sooner be done with this horror, and they obeyed me.
It diminishes to the northwards, but even at Chittagong it is over 104 in.
I must return to my home, there to prepare the way for your march northwards at the appointed time.
northwards the water drains to the Shuru-tso, southwards to the Raga-tsangpo.
He met with little resistance in his march northwards till he reached the walls of Vienna at the head of two hundred thousand men.
So far, we have followed the retreat of the Prussians northwards from their defeat at Ligny.
(Heb. tsaphon), a "hidden" or "dark place," as opposed to the sunny south (Deut. 3:27). A Hebrew in speaking of the points of the compass was considered as always having his face to the east, and hence "the left hand" (Gen. 14:15; Job 23:9) denotes the north. The "kingdoms of the north" are Chaldea, Assyria, Media, etc.