Them spots aint in the goods, chuckled Mr. Schacht in an un-Parisian voice.
At Teneriffe, Dr. Schacht found the fungus widely spread, notwithstanding the application of sulphur.
Schacht ascribes to the forest a specific, if not a measurable, influence upon the constitution of the atmosphere.
Schacht says that the wind for nearly two years had been steadily from the North, or veering to the East or West.
These are the conclusions determined by Schacht, in his memoir on the subject.