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  • One might have thought oneself in the worst part of Upper Thames Street
  • Fabian was looking at the magic of the waves without speaking
  • There was a piercing wind, and about ten oclock the deck was powdered by
  • Immediately the valves open, the steam from the boilers rushes along the
  • The next day I went down towards the basins which form a double line of
  • Numbers of the faithful were already in their places
  • The 25th still saw the deck strewn with all kinds of tools
  • Before entering upon the last undertaking, the Board of Trade required
  • On the spacious mastheads of the second and third masts a band of soldiers
  • Thanks to this natural condition, the streams of the Thames and the Mersey
  • An anchor-boat, intended for this purpose, had just stoppered on the chains
  • The giant could have hoisted these ships on its davits like shore-boats
  • About nine oclock the bearings of the Great Eastern were west-north-west
  • Each player stakes one dollar, and draws one of the half or quarter hours:
  • At six oclock next morning, after passing a sleepless night
  • Hatch, was an orator of no mean power
  • She appeared with her bows towards us, having swung round with the tide;
  • I did not understand at first for what it was intended, but it appeared
  • The Utah missionary was going to hold a meeting on Mormonism; a good opportunity
  • Stretching on either side were two wide streets, or rather boulevards
  • From Dublin they are conveyed across the channel to Holyhead by a fast
  • He was a thin, nervous little man, with quick, restless eyes: a physiognomist
  • From the deck rise six masts and five chimneys
  • At half-past ten, the fog having cleared off, a screw steamer appeared
  • However, the steamer had not yet sunk to the load water-line
  • These delays considerably affected the enterprize of the freighters
  • The three masts in front are the fore-gigger and the foremast (both of
  • The lines of the Great Eastern are very elongated; her straight stem is
  • What were we against the husband, the master? Nothing
  • Her steel hull was so heavy that the davits to which it was attached bent
  • The Great Eastern draws 30 feet of water with a cargo of 28,500 tons
  • At the same time we had reason to hope that these two poor creatures would
  • Below us, at a distance of forty feet, the screw was beating the water
  • In four days, at the latest, the Great Eastern must reach New York harbour;
  • Two out of six boilers were removed, and one chimney out of three belonging
  • Then, after having crossed a small triangular space at the bows
  • I should not have been surprised to see the stokers working in black clothes;
  • Before lunch several of the passengers organized a pool, which could not
  • As the clock in Victoria Tower struck seven, the tender left her moorings
  • I saw an object moving for several moments at the bows, but it turned out
  • But my imagination carried me no farther; all these things I did indeed
  • It would have been well if the service had concluded with the reading;
  • During this last day, however, little by little the gangways were cleared
  • After each verse the congregation murmured the one following; the shrill
  • I thought myself very fortunate that the screw was allowed to continue
  • For five days operations continued with distracting activity
  • A merchant-vessel or a man-of-war would have had no hesitation in manning
  • Captain Anderson assuming the office of pastor on board, in the midst of
  • This steam-ship is indeed a masterpiece of naval construction; more than
  • All this day, the 2nd of April, the deck was deserted, even the saloons