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  • These unhappy men, killed and wounded, were only tools, which could be
  • What did he see in this liquid mirror, which gave scope to the most capricious
  • Below us, at a distance of forty feet, the screw was beating the water
  • Had this steam-ship been abandoned by her crew? This was now the prevailing
  • The atmosphere was grey, and birds flew screeching through the damp mists
  • If the Great Eastern is not merely a nautical engine, but rather a microcosm
  • This costly operation accomplished, a long crack in her exterior plates
  • The laundries and the crews berths are shut off at the fore-part
  • The fact is, these divisions are reckoned from noon to noon
  • The workmen were now hurriedly disembarking and clambering up the numerous
  • I, following the general example, staked my dollar, and fate allotted me
  • The tender had disembarked her crew; I stepped on to the fluted iron steps
  • This was done; but powerful as it was, this engine was found insuflficient
  • All these good people seemed to have hats and boots of a dazzling brightness
  • There was no longer any doubt of icebergs being very near
  • No land in sight; we had doubled Cape Clear in the night
  • The water from the skies and sea mingled in a dense fog
  • Her steel hull was so heavy that the davits to which it was attached bent
  • On the spacious mastheads of the second and third masts a band of soldiers
  • Beside the Great Eastern, these three-mast ships looked like barges; their
  • Then, after having crossed a small triangular space at the bows
  • There was no heaving to speak of, but the rolling was dreadful
  • I thought I recognized in him a friend whom I had not seen for several
  • A catch had broken, and the capstan being forced round by the frightful
  • She is capable of receiving 10,000 passengers, so that out of the 373 principal
  • I went towards the fore-part of the vessel, the staircase had not yet been
  • There alone, and leaning over the taffrail, we surveyed the great expanse
  • Thanks to this natural condition, the streams of the Thames and the Mersey
  • So that, although the pressure of the boilers had risen, the ships speed
  • It was a Canadian, the Honourable MacAlpine, who undertook the management
  • At Princes Landing-Stage, a small tug in the service of the Great Eastern
  • The officer on watch had ordered the sails to be taken in
  • I pictured to myself this enormous bulk borne on the waves
  • It is an immense depression of the land filled with water
  • She alone, thanks to her perfect indifference to the sea
  • Once more the partitions began creaking, and again the luggage made its
  • It would have been well if the service had concluded with the reading;
  • This steam-ship is indeed a masterpiece of naval construction; more than
  • I did not understand at first for what it was intended, but it appeared
  • When I went on deck, about seven oclock in the morning, the wind had freshened
  • A few of the more fearless stretched themselves on the sofas
  • Corsican and I could no longer doubt but that it was Ellen, Fabians betrothed
  • It was the reverend gentleman of whom I have before spoken a little
  • A French company, called the Great Eastern Company, Limited
  • The last three astern are the after-main-mast, mizen-mast
  • A merchant-vessel or a man-of-war would have had no hesitation in manning