Definition of Via:
- "Weird Tales. Vol. I", E. T. A. Hoffmann.
An old gentleman she knew, a tiresome neighbour whose calls usually bored rather than pleased her, had hobbled in yesterday and told her, as a tremendous secret, that Russia was sending a big army to Flanders via England, through a place called Archangel of which she had vaguely heard.- "Good Old Anna", Marie Belloc Lowndes.
She was by no means an impulsive woman, but she had suddenly realized her age, and if she must soon leave her youngest child, who, heaven knew, needed a guardian, this young man might be a son- in- law sent direct from heaven- via the earthquake.- "The Sisters-In-Law", Gertrude Atherton.