If the inhabitants of Chicacoan thought that the shallop held "trucke" to barter for their corn, they were mistaken.
At Nauset, now Eastham, their shallop was unfortunately wrecked.
I was much loath to cut our good canoe adrift, but she stopped the shallop's way, and she was left behind.
The kind Swedes brought me on board, and also righted and returned with the shallop.
Carrying the tobacco for long distances in the shallop involved a risk, as well as an additional expense.
"You will know soon enough when you are in the shallop," they replied.
You must know that a shallop is a large boat, much larger than the one belonging to our ship, which is called a longboat.
The shallop was run into the river-mouth and broken up the next day.
When he died, they laid his body in the shallop and the little vessel floated away into the unknown, whence it came.
The shallop was the most popular boat for use in the colony.