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  • Towards five oclock a small steamer, intended as a shore-boat for the Great
  • The Great Eastern drew nearer, and, passing round, gave notice of her presence
  • When a ship arrives at the land-falls every one knows that a pilot comes
  • She is capable of receiving 10,000 passengers, so that out of the 373 principal
  • Would not the good Yorrick have done the same? I looked at Dean Pitferge;
  • The thickness of the fog was so intense that the officers on the bridge
  • Involuntarily one looked for the village steeple which was calling to prayer
  • I walked on, following the upper decks towards the stern
  • I returned by the boulevards on the starboard side, avoiding contact with
  • I was on the poop at the bows with several other passengers at this moment
  • The Great Eastern struck amidships, and, supported by no sail, rolled frightfully
  • This steam-ship is indeed a masterpiece of naval construction; more than
  • At last I reached the stern of the steam-ship, and the place I had already
  • Ten thousand tons of iron were used in the construction of this hull
  • The Great Eastern draws 30 feet of water with a cargo of 28,500 tons
  • When I went on deck, about seven oclock in the morning, the wind had freshened
  • Then, after having crossed a small triangular space at the bows
  • During this last day, however, little by little the gangways were cleared
  • One ring signifies ship a-head; two, ship-starboard; three
  • However, the steamer had not yet sunk to the load water-line
  • All these good people seemed to have hats and boots of a dazzling brightness
  • The Great Eastern was announced to sail on the 20th of March
  • Here opened the pit containing the machinery of the paddle-wheels
  • These unhappy men, killed and wounded, were only tools, which could be
  • The next day I went down towards the basins which form a double line of
  • After having cast a rapid glance over these fitting works
  • The execution could not fail to be worthy of the work
  • First of all, during the service, although the weather was fine
  • Once more the partitions began creaking, and again the luggage made its
  • For the benefit of those partial to comparisons, I will add that it is
  • The officer on watch, clinging to the bridge, looked as if he was in a
  • Thus the reason for rearranging the ship to this purpose
  • The last three astern are the after-main-mast, mizen-mast
  • His sermon was already prepared, the occasion was good, and he intended
  • At ten oclock a three-mast ship was hailed, sailing astern of us
  • These delays considerably affected the enterprize of the freighters
  • The atmosphere was grey, and birds flew screeching through the damp mists
  • Everything was finished by evening; not a trace of mud was visible on the
  • He easily collected ninety-six players, including several professed gamblers
  • A few of the more fearless stretched themselves on the sofas
  • So that, although the pressure of the boilers had risen, the ships speed
  • From the deck rise six masts and five chimneys
  • The fact is, these divisions are reckoned from noon to noon
  • The sea between us and the coast was of a dull green shade; there was a
  • At ten oclock the bell on deck tolled slowly and at regular intervals;