I was carried on board a British hospital-ship and lowered about three decks down.
It is not as if you had given a hospital-ship or an ambulance.
Why dont you see what can be done with a hospital-ship among the North Sea fishermen?
He was too ill to be brought on a transport, but he may come at any time on a hospital-ship.
A hospital-ship lying off the coast is secure from his artillery, because of the publicity, not because it is a hospital-ship.
An account of such officers and men as are on the sick list on board, or are sent to an hospital, hospital-ship, or sick-quarters.
The wounded had been taken on to our hospital-ship in the afternoon.
That night I was put on board a hospital-ship, and a few days later I was in hospital at Alexandria.
Dr. Dobson, the superintendant physician of the hospital-ship at Chatham, was a very worthy and very skilful gentleman.
One had no sooner received its melancholy freight, than it left the islets, on its way to the hospital-ship of the fleet.