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  • The atmosphere was grey, and birds flew screeching through the damp mists
  • The three masts in front are the fore-gigger and the foremast (both of
  • When a ship arrives at the land-falls every one knows that a pilot comes
  • During this last day, however, little by little the gangways were cleared
  • My friend Dean Pitferge was near him, his quick little eyes running over
  • One of the surgeons on board embarked to go with them to Liverpool
  • She is capable of receiving 10,000 passengers, so that out of the 373 principal
  • This tall fellow was the exact type of an English officer; his figure was
  • The Captain and the first officer set the example, and with new gloves
  • I left my cabin, and helping myself with hands and feet through the billows
  • We had no doubt as to the identity of the young woman; it was Ellen
  • Going down into the saloon, I saw a lecture announced
  • The sea between us and the coast was of a dull green shade; there was a
  • In order to raise the anchors it was only necessary to send the steam from
  • I could hardly see the tops of the masts, two hundred feet in height
  • He was more master of his ship and more certain of guiding her skilfully
  • Immediately the valves open, the steam from the boilers rushes along the
  • But in this respect the steward knew no more than I did, and he left me
  • In order to modify it, he has only to press his hand lightly on a small
  • Towards five oclock a small steamer, intended as a shore-boat for the Great
  • Scarcely had we started, when I saw on the quay a tall young man
  • Freed from their broken rope-bands, the capstan-bars flew in all directions
  • Stretching on either side were two wide streets, or rather boulevards
  • Captain Anderson assuming the office of pastor on board, in the midst of
  • The officer on watch had ordered the sails to be taken in
  • Portmanteaus and bags came in and out of my cabin; an unusual hubbub reigned
  • Numbers of the faithful were already in their places
  • I saw an object moving for several moments at the bows, but it turned out
  • What were we against the husband, the master? Nothing
  • An anchor-boat, intended for this purpose, had just stoppered on the chains
  • At ten oclock the bell on deck tolled slowly and at regular intervals;
  • Whist was impossible, for the tables glided from under the players hands
  • A catch had broken, and the capstan being forced round by the frightful
  • Here opened the pit containing the machinery of the paddle-wheels
  • The steamers course had been slightly altered in the night
  • This day the chief engineer tried the boilers
  • Of these six masts, supported by shrouds and metallic back-stays, the second
  • of Liverpool, the first to the amount of 538,750 francs
  • On leaving the station, I went to the Adelphi Hotel
  • The first officer, well wrapped in his macintosh, and perched on the bridge
  • Thus the reason for rearranging the ship to this purpose