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  • First of all, during the service, although the weather was fine
  • During this last day, however, little by little the gangways were cleared
  • Everything was finished by evening; not a trace of mud was visible on the
  • At last I reached the stern of the steam-ship, and the place I had already
  • This day the chief engineer tried the boilers
  • Of these six masts, supported by shrouds and metallic back-stays, the second
  • The four corpses, enveloped in coverings, were let down, and placed on
  • I then made up my mind to visit all the ins and outs of this immense ant-hill
  • Soon we came in sight of Queenstown, a small calling-place
  • From the deck rise six masts and five chimneys
  • Stretching on either side were two wide streets, or rather boulevards
  • The steersman standing on the bridge between the signal apparatus of the
  • The announcement of the conference was received very favourably by the
  • I was on the poop at the bows with several other passengers at this moment
  • After having passed the great hatchway of the engine-rooms
  • Hatch, was an orator of no mean power
  • 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
  • One might have thought oneself in the worst part of Upper Thames Street
  • At the base they measure 43 inches in diameter, and the largest (the main-mast)
  • The slate-coloured sea broke in great foamless billows
  • The officer on watch, clinging to the bridge, looked as if he was in a
  • At ten oclock a three-mast ship was hailed, sailing astern of us
  • One would have taken her for a small island, hardly discernible in the
  • The gate-keepers allowed me to go on to Princes Landing-Stage
  • This costly operation accomplished, a long crack in her exterior plates
  • The group of passengers dispersed, some to the saloons, others to their cabins
  • Numerous vessels, brigs and schooners, were awaiting the tide; steamers
  • The tender had disembarked her crew; I stepped on to the fluted iron steps
  • After having left the Doctor, I spent the rest of the day with Fabian;
  • I will venture to say he was there more out of curiosity than anything
  • At the same time we had reason to hope that these two poor creatures would
  • After twenty passages from England to America, one of which was marked
  • He had told me as much of his past life as he wished me to know; his life
  • The crew had undoubtedly had time to leave her, but could they have reached
  • My friend Dean Pitferge was near him, his quick little eyes running over
  • But special arrangements were necessary for storing away the cable in the
  • A profound silence reigned among the congregation; the officers occupied
  • Her movable engine was first hoisted on board by means of windlasses
  • Beside the Great Eastern, these three-mast ships looked like barges; their
  • The Great Eastern drew nearer, and, passing round, gave notice of her presence
  • One of the surgeons on board embarked to go with them to Liverpool
  • A French company, called the Great Eastern Company, Limited
  • A catch had broken, and the capstan being forced round by the frightful
  • The fore-masts and the main-masts carry the schooner-sails, the top-sails
  • He easily collected ninety-six players, including several professed gamblers
  • Each player stakes one dollar, and draws one of the half or quarter hours:
  • There was a piercing wind, and about ten oclock the deck was powdered by
  • At half-past ten the Captain rose, and the service began; he read a chapter
  • Whist was impossible, for the tables glided from under the players hands