Mr. Dykes had not told him that he had given up his own cabin to the girl and was sharing the second-mate's.
“Yes, all hands aboard,” replied the second-mate laconically.
“Extremely strange, that she does not answer the private signal,” said the colonel to the second-mate.
"I'm all right, sir," answered the second-mate, as he clung to the bridge-rail.
The tide may have taken her many miles,” said the second-mate, speaking painfully; “but try north.
He was now second-mate of the Queen Charlotte, and I was engaged as boatswain.
“The commodore has made the signal to prepare for action, sir,” said the second-mate.
I then shouted to my second-mate to be of good heart, and he answered with a cheer.
Wansley, second-mate, was indeed dead to the world in his berth.
I shipped as a sort of second-mate, keeping a watch, though I lived forward at my own request.