Cooper's Works, Volume 10
Stringer and Townsend, 1855 - American literature
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Page 243 - Away aloft, and hand your courses,' he continued, in a shout ; ' roll them up, cheerily ; in with them, boys, cheerily ; in !' " The conscious seamen took their impulses from the tones of their commander. In a moment, twenty dark forms were...
Page 251 - ... own weight and the renewed violence of the gusts. At this critical instant while the seamen aloft were still gazing in the direction in which the little cloud of canvas had disappeared, a lanyard of the lower rigging parted with a crack that even reached the ears of Wilder. "Lie down!" he shouted fearfully through his trumpet; "down by the backstays; down for your lives; every man of you, down!