1 I must watch how he gets rid of his spiders.
2 I must try to watch it and learn the weather signs.
3 Had single watch to-night, as crew too tired to double.
4 Tells me heard cry and ran, but no sign of man on watch.
5 Hardly know how to set a watch, since no one fit to go on.
6 Like the first, he came off his watch and was not seen again.
7 When morning watch came on deck could find no one except steersman.
8 I thought I would watch for the Count, for there is something going on.
9 On the watch last night I saw It, like a man, tall and thin, and ghastly pale.
10 You keep watch all night; see that she is well fed, and that nothing disturbs her.
11 Took larboard watch eight bells last night; was relieved by Abramoff, but did not go to bunk.
12 Men all in a panic of fear; sent a round robin, asking to have double watch, as they fear to be alone.
13 Retired worn out; slept soundly; awaked by mate telling me that both man of watch and steersman missing.
14 My watch was still unwound, and I am rigorously accustomed to wind it the last thing before going to bed, and many such details.
15 By-and-by, however, as I was curious to know how time was passing, I struck a match, and by its flame looked at my watch; it was within a few minutes of midnight.
16 The attendant thought it would be more useful to watch where he should go than to follow him, as he might lose sight of him whilst getting out of the building by the door.
17 He said that in his watch he had been sheltering behind the deck-house, as there was a rain-storm, when he saw a tall, thin man, who was not like any of the crew, come up the companion-way, and go along the deck forward, and disappear.
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