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  • At ten oclock the bell on deck tolled slowly and at regular intervals;
  • It was a Canadian, the Honourable MacAlpine, who undertook the management
  • Two out of six boilers were removed, and one chimney out of three belonging
  • This costly operation accomplished, a long crack in her exterior plates
  • From this it may be seen that the game is very simple; it is not a race-course
  • It was an inconvenient position for the wheels, for the paddles not being
  • Here between the last small deck cabin and the enormous gratings of the
  • The Great Eastern turned in time to avoid her, thanks to the promptitude
  • Had this steam-ship been abandoned by her crew? This was now the prevailing
  • Numbers of the faithful were already in their places
  • The spectators hurried towards the unfortunate men, the wounded were taken
  • Thanks to this natural condition, the streams of the Thames and the Mersey
  • Of these six masts, supported by shrouds and metallic back-stays, the second
  • After having passed the great hatchway of the engine-rooms
  • The first officer, well wrapped in his macintosh, and perched on the bridge
  • The arrangements with regard to the interior are admirable
  • We had no doubt as to the identity of the young woman; it was Ellen
  • The muddy waters of the Mersey were lashed into foam by the slowly revolving
  • He easily collected ninety-six players, including several professed gamblers
  • A French company, called the Great Eastern Company, Limited
  • All this day, the 2nd of April, the deck was deserted, even the saloons
  • But special arrangements were necessary for storing away the cable in the
  • A black mire that British mud which is so rarely absent from the pavement
  • This day the chief engineer tried the boilers
  • After twenty passages from England to America, one of which was marked
  • The Great Eastern draws 30 feet of water with a cargo of 28,500 tons
  • The tender had disembarked her crew; I stepped on to the fluted iron steps
  • Before entering upon the last undertaking, the Board of Trade required
  • The Great Eastern swung round with the tide; all was now clear
  • The water from the skies and sea mingled in a dense fog
  • Near me stood a traveller, who frequently shrugged his shoulders impatiently
  • The 25th still saw the deck strewn with all kinds of tools
  • The slate-coloured sea broke in great foamless billows
  • It is here that all ships bound for Liverpool, whether steamers or sailing-ships
  • The sea between us and the coast was of a dull green shade; there was a