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  • This day the chief engineer tried the boilers
  • Each player stakes one dollar, and draws one of the half or quarter hours:
  • She appeared with her bows towards us, having swung round with the tide;
  • The hull of the Great Eastern is proof against the most formidable seas;
  • At the same time we had reason to hope that these two poor creatures would
  • His sermon was already prepared, the occasion was good, and he intended
  • In order to modify it, he has only to press his hand lightly on a small
  • There was a piercing wind, and about ten oclock the deck was powdered by
  • At ten oclock a three-mast ship was hailed, sailing astern of us
  • She is capable of receiving 10,000 passengers, so that out of the 373 principal
  • The church was the great saloon, formed by the upper-deck at the stern
  • He easily collected ninety-six players, including several professed gamblers
  • Fabian was looking at the magic of the waves without speaking
  • I walked on, following the upper decks towards the stern
  • She alone could store on board the 2100 miles of metallic wire weighing
  • I returned by the boulevards on the starboard side, avoiding contact with
  • The engine-rooms were full of steam; leaning over the hatchway
  • This steam-ship is indeed a masterpiece of naval construction; more than
  • One might have thought oneself in the worst part of Upper Thames Street
  • I went towards the fore-part of the vessel, the staircase had not yet been
  • All this day, the 2nd of April, the deck was deserted, even the saloons
  • The fore-masts and the main-masts carry the schooner-sails, the top-sails
  • The fact is, these divisions are reckoned from noon to noon
  • Stretching on either side were two wide streets, or rather boulevards
  • At the base they measure 43 inches in diameter, and the largest (the main-mast)
  • The laundries and the crews berths are shut off at the fore-part
  • A catch had broken, and the capstan being forced round by the frightful
  • Immediately the valves open, the steam from the boilers rushes along the
  • Friends exchanged quiet greetings; every one held a Prayer-book in his
  • I was going to reply to this wise observation, when there was a loud cry