Bainbridge, cheerfully loquacious, continued to do most of the talking.
He gave Bainbridge an order that made the insolent Dey tremble.
For his falsehood, Bainbridge was roundly abused, and many a French oath was hurled at his head.
We then stepped into the wagonette which was waiting for us, and drove to Bainbridge's house.
Bainbridge succeeded him in command, and was put in charge of a small squadron.
Mrs. Bainbridge came out to meet us, and was full of the tragedy.
Bainbridge acted with spirit and also with judgment, but was glad to get away from such uncomfortable quarters.
My host and I mounted, Bainbridge took the reins, and we started off at a brisk pace.
The Englishman's action in hauling down his ensigns puzzled Bainbridge, who sent a shot as an order that they be raised again.
We hastily alighted, and the Inspector and I bade Bainbridge good-bye.