But great was Hatteras's anger at finding the way to the north closed!
Not a word was spoken by Hatteras, and the others respected his silence.
Bell and he carried this body into the snow-house, while Hatteras stood in silence, gazing at the sunken dwelling.
We have only food for three weeks, replied Hatteras, without raising his head.
Hatteras took things less philosophically, so eager was he to renew his explorations.
Mountains and glaciers may bar our progress, objected Hatteras.
Hatteras wanted to make a farewell speech to the men, but he saw nothing but angry faces around him.
At any rate, Hatteras, we can get nothing by remaining here.
The doctor suspected that there was some other motive for the expedition, the same, namely, that Hatteras suspected.
I am much mistaken if he does not suspect the projects of Hatteras.