His hand shook as he got a piece of marline out of his pocket, and made the water-logged pipe fast to the iron.
“I wish it would do so now,” said Mr marline with much emphasis.
Mr Nott, with Paul and marline, and the three boys, were clustered aft.
“He is only a Frenchman and an enemy, after all,” argued marline.
You belong in the cage, said marline, walking up to the two conspirators, as soon as the schooner began to gather headway.
They are not such severe judges as Ogle and Bush, and marline and our other shipmates.
The chains were secured by marline to eyebolts protected with one-inch boards.
When marline comes down to let us out, where shall I say you are?
The eye may be finished neatly by whipping all around with yarn or marline, and will then appear as in Fig. 90 B.
Here we are again, said Bark, when marline had returned to the deck.