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Chapter 48: The Alabama on the Indian Ocean the passengers questioned, and contracted with the Agulhas current the brave West winds a theory the Isl
events described in the last chapter, the Alabama was well launched upon the Indian Ocean.
She had run the Cape of Good Hope out of sight, and was still hieing off b ulhas current.
If the reader will inspect a map, he will find that the North Indian Ocean is bounded wholly by tropical countries—Hindostan, Beloochistan, and Arab her bending sharply to the south-east, and forming the Gulf Stream of the South Indian Ocean, in which the Alabama is at present.
What it is, that gives this latter h of from sixty to seventy-five fathoms.] In high southern latitudes, in the Indian Ocean, the storm-fiend seems to hold high carnival all the year round.
He is cons we were doing in its dominions.
These birds live in the midst of the great Indian Ocean, thousands of miles away from any land—only making periodical visits to som