When the two visitors got to Sodom to conduct their report, they planned on staying in the city square. However, Abraham's nephew, Lot, met with them and strongly insisted that these two "men" stay at his house for the night. A rally of men stood outside of Lot's home and demanded that they bring out his guests so that they may "know" () them. However, Lot objected and offered his virgin daughters who had not "known" () man to the rally of men instead. They rejected that notion and sought to break down Lot's door to get to his male guests, [Genesis 19:1–9] thus confirming the wickedness of the city and portending their imminent destruction. [Genesis 19:12–13]
What in the h is you talking about ? The West Indies is America. From Green land all the way to the tip of South America is America-one continent. However, India is not India’s real name. India means black.
and Hindustan was the names of the current India. After they called the copper colored people they found in
America Indian they conquered India and got her to change her name. So no , he didn’t think he was in India. Joke right? The stuff they teach in school is a joke and leave people like you remaining ignorant with the audacity to leave silly comments like the one you did.
By the time spring of 1862 came, the Monitor had come on the scene, further complicating British intervention. The Royal Navy had ironclads, but they were only usable in deep water. Bourne aptly notes that “the American monitors might have played havoc with any attempt by the older wooden frigates to maintain a close blockade” of Union ports. (Bourne 240) As more vessels of the Monitor type were produced by the US, this aspect of the British predicament became even more acute. The point of detailing these facts here is to suggest the existence of a fascinating array of neglected issues. Crook at least sketches this strategic picture before he falls back on the maudlin tradition that it was the dying Prince Albert who was instrumental in restraining Palmerston’s jingoism and avoiding war. Crook also recognizes that in any warlike denouement to the Trent affair, “world-shaking trading and political alignments would be forged.” (136)