I was put on the forenoon watch which went on duty at eight in the morning and came off at one in the afternoon.
Just then Murray, who had had the forenoon watch on deck, came below.
He had kept the forenoon watch, and on going below at noon had consumed his usual midday meal with great relish.
It was the forenoon watch; the men were summoned to divisions.
Let me see: Garboard has the forenoon watch to-morrow, and we shall both be off duty after general quarters.
forenoon watch, cat walks the plank, heave with a will—cheerily does it.
When six bells struck—eleven o'clock in the forenoon watch—Dora Fletcher had been at the wheel over three hours.
At about six bells in the forenoon watch the Milesian began to show more sign of animation than before.
The first lieutenant, who had the forenoon watch, saluted him, but there was nothing of interest to report.
It was about three bells in the next day's forenoon watch when the look-out man first sighted the pirate brigantine.