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  • Fabian had not recognized her, although he had cried, It is she
  • About noon Captain Anderson ordered sail to be hoisted, so that the ship
  • The atmosphere was grey, and birds flew screeching through the damp mists
  • About fifty workmen were scattered on the metallic skylights
  • The crew had undoubtedly had time to leave her, but could they have reached
  • A few of the more fearless stretched themselves on the sofas
  • The thickness of the fog was so intense that the officers on the bridge
  • My friend Dean Pitferge was near him, his quick little eyes running over
  • A profound silence reigned among the congregation; the officers occupied
  • The Great Eastern swung round with the tide; all was now clear
  • At the base they measure 43 inches in diameter, and the largest (the main-mast)
  • The fact is, these divisions are reckoned from noon to noon
  • Freed from their broken rope-bands, the capstan-bars flew in all directions
  • Here opened the pit containing the machinery of the paddle-wheels
  • The giant could have hoisted these ships on its davits like shore-boats
  • An anchor-boat, intended for this purpose, had just stoppered on the chains
  • Before entering upon the last undertaking, the Board of Trade required
  • One ring signifies ship a-head; two, ship-starboard; three
  • The spectators hurried towards the unfortunate men, the wounded were taken
  • One might have thought oneself in the worst part of Upper Thames Street
  • The laying of the cable having been successfully accomplished
  • And now for the first time the Great Eastern was to be steered by steam
  • We had no doubt as to the identity of the young woman; it was Ellen
  • Two out of six boilers were removed, and one chimney out of three belonging
  • I walked on, following the upper decks towards the stern
  • Therefore, to the great regret of the sailors, it had to be abandoned
  • Everything was finished by evening; not a trace of mud was visible on the
  • The first officer, well wrapped in his macintosh, and perched on the bridge
  • The sea was magnificent and resplendent beneath the first rays of a spring
  • The fore-masts and the main-masts carry the schooner-sails, the top-sails
  • The officer on watch, clinging to the bridge, looked as if he was in a
  • I then made up my mind to visit all the ins and outs of this immense ant-hill
  • She is capable of receiving 10,000 passengers, so that out of the 373 principal
  • A catch had broken, and the capstan being forced round by the frightful
  • The four corpses, enveloped in coverings, were let down, and placed on
  • I saw an object moving for several moments at the bows, but it turned out
  • After having cast a rapid glance over these fitting works
  • Each player stakes one dollar, and draws one of the half or quarter hours:
  • Only at night, perhaps eluding her gaoler, she came out to bathe herself
  • This day the chief engineer tried the boilers