Lying awake she saw him open his sea-chest which he always kept locked, and take from it a string of glittering objects.
"Of course we can find the sea-chest, you ninny," scolded Jack.
No trees had been cut down to serve as purchases for lifting the sea-chest from its oozy hiding-place.
"The rogues have fished up the sea-chest, by the din they make," said he.
Thus put down, Joe seated himself humbly on a sea-chest, and began to pull off his wet boots.
Again they heard it and a faint pounding inside the sea-chest.
In that sea-chest is all that I own in the world, saving a matter of a few pounds stowed away ashore.
And he started from the sea-chest on which he was sitting astride, and produced the medicine-chest.
He took refuge on a sea-chest behind a pile of luggage, and sent Day to keep places in the train.
I have never ceased to long for the restoration of those jewels ever since I found them in the sea-chest.'