He may do for a duke--but I would not have him for a cockswain.
They pulled with all their might; and Lanark, the cockswain, steered her for the siamang.
"Follow, and obey his instructions," said Barnstable to his cockswain, aloud.
"Keep the boat broadside on," observed R—— to the cockswain.
The boat pulled six oars, and the cockswain made seven hands.
The captain nodded at the cockswain, and the bowman shoved off.
The truth, together with its portentous consequences, now began to glare across the faculties of the cockswain.
Bargate, the old man-of-war's-man, was the cockswain, and his lordship gave the word to him to give way.
And after that cockswain Ham and his gallant crew came aboard, and the life-boat was hoisted up on deck.
Never a captain of a merchantman, never a cockswain of a bark, put to sea without having consulted Master Peyrou.