The sea always supplies him with fish, sea-moss, and other food.
There, on beds of sea-moss, they lie, and the rainbow is dull beside them.
Chondrus crispus, called carrageen or Irish moss, and also pearl-moss, and sea-moss.
Sea-urchins, small abalone shells, or sea-moss from the Pacific, for Indian relics of all kinds.
Among the people of Chiloe, this sea-moss occupies an important place in surgery.
Here is some sea-moss which I was taking to an old woman who lives a little further down the road.
I have experimented with carrageen or Irish moss and the sea-moss Farine preparation, and find them unsatisfactory.
I will exchange little cakes of nice maple sugar with any little girl, for shells or sea-moss.
These people remained here for some time, subsisting on shrimp salad, sea-moss farina, and neat's-foot oil.
It was formed of such sticks as the country affords, sea-moss and other garbage, and weighed over fifteen pounds.