Captain deane, his successor, quarrelled with the Arabs, and at his forced departure from the scene set fire to the station.
Miss deane coming here with the lieutenant—to this wretched place?
Ted told of his own plans and deane was enthusiastic about that.
It was through deane's activities that La Fayette became a volunteer.
The whole scene came flashing back to deane as he sat there.
He thanked Mr. deane for his kindness in trying to save him from disaster.
Mr. deane put his hand over his eyes; there was a minute's dead silence,—the longest minute that Mrs. Russelthorpe had ever known.
“Friend deane, I am truly glad to see thee,” he said, taking deane by the hand.
"Your sister does not quite understand," deane said, turning to him.
Having secured the boat alongside, deane and his men stepped on deck.