The losses of Allied and neutral merchantmen sunk by submarines and mines during the month of December, 1916, according to the New York "Journal of Commerce," totaled 134 vessels of 251,750 tons, of which 53 vessels of 157,217 tons belonged to Great Britain and her allies, and 81 vessels of 84,533 tons to neutrals.

Mason. It is no new thing for those who are in public places, to seek themselves more than the public welfare; nay, and to serve themselves by the public loss. Henry. How does this remind us of the character of By-ends in the "Pilgrim's Progress" ! Ed. So Ainsworth understands, p. 134, vol. 10. He renders it, "lurking lions, which are lusty, strong-toothed, fierce, roaring, and ravenous.

Present and absent...................171,450 Present for duty..................... 88,883 The Army of the Tennessee Present and absent....................134,763 Present for duty...................... 64,957 The Army of the Ohio Present and absent ................... 46,052 Present for duty ..................... 26,242

The casualties of the division were about 1,000, of which 134 were killed. Of these, about half were marines. The captures in which the marines participated were 80 German officers, 3,200 men, ninety-odd cannon, and vast stores. But even further honors were to befall the fighting, landing, and building force, of which the navy is justly proud.

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If two tribes are at war, and one of either happens to fall sick, it is believed that the sickness has been produced by a sorcerer of the opposite tribe, and should the pringurru have been burnt, death must necessarily follow. Vide Catlin, vol.i.p. 134. "Sorcerers or rain makers, for both offices are generally assumed by one individual."

Particular references are confined to seasons three or four years past because recent official data, necessary for enlightening comparisons are not available, but in confirmation of statements concerning the meteorological conditions of the coast of tropical Queensland, the record of rainfall at Dunk Island since 1903 may be quoted: 1904 94.41 inches. 1905 89.06 " First nine months of 1906 134.70 "

Eunous was now made king, and called himself Antiochus. He made Achaeus his general, was joined by Cleon with 5,000 slaves, and soon mustered 10,000 men. In 134 the consul Flaccus went to Sicily; but with what result is not known. In 133 the consul L. Calpurnius Piso captured Messana, killed 8,000 slaves, and crucified all his prisoners.

VI., p. 1228. See Milfort, pp. 46, 134, etc. "American Archives," 4th Series, Vol. I., p. 1094, for example of fight between Choctaws and Creeks. Do., Vol. IV., p. 317. Letter of Agent John Stuart to General Gage, St. Augustine, Oct. 3, 1775. State Department MSS. No. 71, Vol. II., p. 189. "American Archives," Vol. III., p. 218, August 21, 1775. Do., p. 790 September 25, 1775.

Then in her fortitude she wears the crested and unstooping hemlet; and lastly, in her temperance, she is the queen of maidenhood stainless as the air of heaven. * There are many other meanings in the epithet; see farther on, §91, pp. 133, 134. I am compelled, for clearness' sake, to mark only one meaning at a time.