1 We have over-hauled every boat, big and little.
2 One of the men who came up here often to look for the boats was followed by his dog.
3 Van Helsing says that our chance will be to get on the boat between sunrise and sunset.
4 Early this morning, one crew took us for a Government boat, and treated us accordingly.
5 At Fundu we could not hear of any such boat, so she must have passed there in the night.
6 Well, my dear, I got to Hull all right, and caught the boat to Hamburg, and then the train on here.
7 Only for it we should have overtaken the boat long ago; and by now my dear Mina would have been free.
8 The owners of more than a hundred boats have already given in their names as wishing to follow him to the grave.
9 Of course he wanted to be with me; but then the boat service would, most likely, be the one which would destroy the.
10 Some of the Slovaks tell us that a big boat passed them, going at more than usual speed as she had a double crew on board.
11 This was before they came to Fundu, so they could not tell us whether the boat turned into the Bistritza or continued on up the Sereth.
12 Every boat in the harbour seemed to be there, and the coffin was carried by captains all the way from Tate Hill Pier up to the churchyard.
13 The excitement of the passengers grew greater; the crazy coach rocked on its great leather springs, and swayed like a boat tossed on a stormy sea.
14 With every boat which we have over-hauled since then this trick has succeeded; we have had every deference shown to us, and not once any objection to whatever we chose to ask or do.
15 I fear that the boat is not any better for the accident; the peasantry tell us that after she got upon smooth water again, she kept stopping every now and again so long as she was in sight.
16 As each boat achieved the safety of the port there was a shout of joy from the mass of people on shore, a shout which for a moment seemed to cleave the gale and was then swept away in its rush.
17 Already it is arranged that his body is to be taken with a train of boats up the Esk for a piece and then brought back to Tate Hill Pier and up the abbey steps; for he is to be buried in the churchyard on the cliff.
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