But at the same time, without knowing Dillon's movements, Dumont d'Urville had already set out to find the scene of the wreck
You see, whenever a train wreck
occurred, the first cry of the spiggoties was 'Kill the Gringos
As with mariners shipwrecked near a coast, it would have been better for the good swimmers if they had been able to swim still further, whereas it would have been better for the bad swimmers if they had not been able to swim at all and had stuck to the wreck
He'd call it an adventure -- that's what he'd call it; and he'd land on that wreck
if it was his last act.
I took ship at a distant seaport, and for some time all went well, but at last, being caught in a violent hurricane, our vessel became a total wreck
in spite of all our worthy captain could do to save her, and many of our company perished in the waves.
He did not even tell them his true name, and so they knew him only as Michael Sabrov, nor was there any resemblance between this sorry wreck
and the virile, though unprincipled, Alexis Paulvitch of old.
Phips went to the place in a small vessel, hoping that he should be able to recover some of the treasure from the wreck
There was also a Beaver, that paced on the deck, Or would sit making lace in the bow: And had often (the Bellman said) saved them from wreck
, Though none of the sailors knew how.
then righted, but was a mere hulk, full of water, with a heavy sea washing over it, and all the hatches off.
these walls - these ivy-clad arcades - These mouldering plinths - these sad and blackened shafts - These vague entablatures - this crumbling frieze - These shattered cornices - this wreck
- this ruin - These stones - alas
The mainmast followed by the board before we had doubled our distance from the wreck
It started as the wreck
of the simple Swiss family who looked up and saw the butter tree, but soon a glorious inspiration of the night turned it into the wreck
of David A and Oliver Bailey.
The sea was quiet, so that the wreck
had only a gently undulating motion, that was nothing to the swimmer who had had no sleep for twenty hours.
Towards the PallMall Arch the people were standing in thousands, trying to get near the wreck
of the huge Zeppelin, which completely blocked all the traffic through St.
He and I were the two survivors of the wreck
of the Huahine," Tudor explained to the others.