Their sailmaker's bill is a small item, on account of the tendency to keep the sail-area down.
I knew once a Scotch sailmaker who was certain, dead sure, there were people in Mars.
Adams, the sailmaker, killed one of these latter gentry with a harpoon, spearing him from the bowsprit as he came past the ship.
Here was the land, and there, on the fore-hatch and waiting for the sailmaker—there was that corpse.
As to the sailmaker's duty on board, the same remarks will apply to him that were made upon the carpenter.
Our sailmaker, Rnne, was transformed into a -- well, let us call it tailor.
The three others were the gunner, carpenter, and sailmaker, names which sufficiently indicate their several functions.
Our sailmaker had no dogs of his own to look after; he had no time for that.
One character that was with us for a year or more, was a man called Scotty, a native of Scotland, and a sailmaker by trade.
"You didn't go up there with Caldwell, and neither did your brother," said the sailmaker.