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  • During Monday night the sea was very stormy
  • Two out of six boilers were removed, and one chimney out of three belonging
  • After having left the Doctor, I spent the rest of the day with Fabian;
  • However, the steamer had not yet sunk to the load water-line
  • I did not understand at first for what it was intended, but it appeared
  • The giant could have hoisted these ships on its davits like shore-boats
  • These well-regulated signals are given by means of a bell
  • The tender immediately sheered off, and the sailors went to the lows
  • If this plan succeeds, a man will be able to direct the gigantic body
  • The result of this pool was not to be known for four days; it was what
  • No land in sight; we had doubled Cape Clear in the night
  • These magnificent rooms are lighted by side sky-lights, supported on elegant-gilded
  • Before entering upon the last undertaking, the Board of Trade required
  • Numerous vessels, brigs and schooners, were awaiting the tide; steamers
  • Portmanteaus and bags came in and out of my cabin; an unusual hubbub reigned
  • There was a piercing wind, and about ten oclock the deck was powdered by
  • These accumulated vapours rising from the sea constitute the greatest danger
  • It was a Canadian, the Honourable MacAlpine, who undertook the management
  • I was willing to content myself with this reason, and in the meantime observed
  • Therefore, to the great regret of the sailors, it had to be abandoned
  • After having cast a rapid glance over these fitting works
  • She alone could store on board the 2100 miles of metallic wire weighing
  • At this moment numerous groups appeared at the doors of the cabins
  • It was for this delicate operation that the engineers intended the engine
  • Meanwhile the tender approached the Great Eastern, whose chains were violently
  • I, with head upturned, and my body thrown back, surveyed the wheels of
  • Before lunch several of the passengers organized a pool, which could not
  • Friends exchanged quiet greetings; every one held a Prayer-book in his
  • The announcement of the conference was received very favourably by the
  • From Dublin they are conveyed across the channel to Holyhead by a fast
  • She alone, thanks to her perfect indifference to the sea
  • The workmen were now hurriedly disembarking and clambering up the numerous
  • One ring signifies ship a-head; two, ship-starboard; three
  • It was a three-mast ship of about five or six hundred tons
  • On leaving the station, I went to the Adelphi Hotel
  • From this it may be seen that the game is very simple; it is not a race-course
  • The gate-keepers allowed me to go on to Princes Landing-Stage
  • The officer on watch had ordered the sails to be taken in
  • This costly operation accomplished, a long crack in her exterior plates
  • It was an inconvenient position for the wheels, for the paddles not being
  • All this day, the 2nd of April, the deck was deserted, even the saloons
  • A merchant-vessel or a man-of-war would have had no hesitation in manning
  • The atmosphere was grey, and birds flew screeching through the damp mists
  • I left my cabin, and helping myself with hands and feet through the billows
  • The Great Eastern draws 30 feet of water with a cargo of 28,500 tons
  • The steamers course had been slightly altered in the night