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  • All these good people seemed to have hats and boots of a dazzling brightness
  • At the same time we had reason to hope that these two poor creatures would
  • He was a thin, nervous little man, with quick, restless eyes: a physiognomist
  • A catch had broken, and the capstan being forced round by the frightful
  • I saw also piles of Bibles, which were to be distributed in the church
  • The next day I went down towards the basins which form a double line of
  • Before entering upon the last undertaking, the Board of Trade required
  • First of all, during the service, although the weather was fine
  • These delays considerably affected the enterprize of the freighters
  • She alone could store on board the 2100 miles of metallic wire weighing
  • Going down into the saloon, I saw a lecture announced
  • The slate-coloured sea broke in great foamless billows
  • Seen from the side, these wheels looked narrow and contracted
  • The Great Eastern struck amidships, and, supported by no sail, rolled frightfully
  • The atmosphere was grey, and birds flew screeching through the damp mists
  • A black mire that British mud which is so rarely absent from the pavement
  • He was more master of his ship and more certain of guiding her skilfully
  • Only at night, perhaps eluding her gaoler, she came out to bathe herself
  • At ten oclock a three-mast ship was hailed, sailing astern of us
  • The officer on watch had ordered the sails to be taken in
  • I was willing to content myself with this reason, and in the meantime observed
  • Then, after having crossed a small triangular space at the bows
  • Towards five oclock a small steamer, intended as a shore-boat for the Great
  • The gate-keepers allowed me to go on to Princes Landing-Stage
  • So that, although the pressure of the boilers had risen, the ships speed
  • During this last day, however, little by little the gangways were cleared
  • After having cast a rapid glance over these fitting works
  • of Liverpool, the first to the amount of 538,750 francs
  • The crew had undoubtedly had time to leave her, but could they have reached
  • Her steel hull was so heavy that the davits to which it was attached bent
  • Here between the last small deck cabin and the enormous gratings of the
  • I did not understand at first for what it was intended, but it appeared
  • In this position the deck of the tender was only on a level with the load