When the prisoner came on board
, he noticed that my father," turning her eyes lovingly to him as he stood beside her, "was much fatigued and in a very weak state of health.
Because," said the general, "against all law, reason, and usages of war they have killed on my hands two of the best soldiers on board
these galleys, and I have sworn to hang every man that I have taken, but above all this youth who is the rais of the brigantine," and he pointed to him as he stood with his hands already bound and the rope round his neck, ready for death.
Only one amongst us, Conseil, seemed to protest by his indifference against the question which so interested us all, and seemed to be out of keeping with the general enthusiasm on board
Fix, left alone, was more impatient than ever, having a presentiment that the robber was on board
When thwarted in their cravings for delicacies," Said he, "they would exclaim it was d-d hard they could not live as they pleased upon their own property, being on board
of their own ship, freighted with their own merchandise.
They secluded themselves in their staterooms during the greater part of the passage, and absolutely refused, although I repeatedly urged them, to hold communication with any person on board
I believe I have lived as much on board
as most women, and I know nothing superior to the accommodations of a man-of-war.
Shortly a supplementary program was issued which set forth that the Plymouth Collection of Hymns would be used on board
He would tell them about the cablegram when they were all on board
There was a little murmur of regret amongst the five hundred and eighty-seven saloon passengers on board
the steamship Lusitania, mingled, perhaps, with a few expressions of a more violent character.
Do you mean that you have been allowed on board
That is, subconsciously, he was aware that not alone his own food, but the food of all on board
found its source in the man and woman.
Don't jump to conclusions," the other said; "we are out of the wet and provided with board
His advertisement would be for board
and room in some simple working-class family.
She was not to board
with the other girls, who all had relatives in town to take pity on them.