Zelman: That was always the intention with the story of Frobisher.
The voyages of Frobisher and Drake had aroused a spirit of adventure, if they had not gratified the thirst for gold.
"And such a hunting country for you," said Frobisher, in ecstasy.
She got up, and a few minutes afterward Frobisher appeared and took Andrew to his smoking-room.
I suppose, if it's Frobisher, or any of them, you'd rather not be bored?
Frobisher embarked to return from his third voyage to the northernmost part of the American continent.
Frobisher took out his memorandum-book and wrote something with a pencil.
"There may have been some misunderstanding about the precise location of the caches," Frobisher explained.
"He's in for it," muttered Frobisher, as Linton seated himself at his side.
When Mappin left, Frobisher went to his smoking-room, where he was surprised to find Geraldine waiting for him.