But the smuggler had more wind than the revenue-cutter, and increased her distance.
Harcourt found, also, that her character was suspected, and that a revenue-cutter was on the watch for her.
The yacht was outside of the smuggler, about two miles to the westward, and about five or six miles from the revenue-cutter.
We passed the revenue-cutter; she came alongside, but they had nothing to do there, and no one came on board.
Alaric instantly recognized the man as an officer of the revenue-cutter that had so persistently chased them in the early summer.
All these notes were made upon the cruise of the revenue-cutter Corwin in 1881.
Such are the three persons who are now sitting in the cabin of the revenue-cutter, drinking hot gin-toddy.
Yes; give me the glass—a revenue-cutter; then this vessel in shore running towards us must be a smuggler.
Because when I last heard of it it was on board a vessel that had just been seized by a revenue-cutter.