His plan was to make for Pernambuco, and cross to the Pacific coast by the new trans-continental railway.
The astronomer is M. Lias: the phenomenon was seen by him, at Pernambuco, April 11, 1860.
Swung in a basket from the deck of the liner, I boarded a tug and went ashore at Pernambuco.
Then they steamed up the coast to Pernambuco, and on to the West Indies.
He found that he might have to wait many months in Pernambuco before receiving his share of the vessel's value.
Pernambuco was as usual foremost in feeling, and in the expression of feeling.
I'll figure out when the Narcissus is due at Pernambuco and cable Mike to let his crew go.
On a remarkable bar of Sandstone off Pernambuco, on the coast of Brazil.
On the 14th day after leaving Pernambuco, the brig cast anchor off the island of Cayenne.
The little fleet touched at Pernambuco and remained there for three months.