"Arrest that man and see that he is well guarded," said the president, indicating the ship-chandler.
We repaired to the ship-chandler's, saw the latest papers and heard all the news.
There are two good boat-builders, a good sail-maker, and a ship-chandler.
It had been some weeks since he had visited the ship-chandler.
The ship-chandler was in earnest; every intonation proved it.
Personally, I believed him to be simply a runner for a ship-chandler of whom perhaps you have heard—Captain Macedoine.'
A blind-cord creaked, a window went up over a ship-chandler's shop next door, and a man thrust out his head.
The captain and I stayed on board, and the ship-chandler got a West India boy to cook for us.
The family was then very poor, the elder Franklin having no ambition beyond that of making a bare competence as a ship-chandler.
Serious fire broke out on the premises of Mr. H. Teasdel, ship-chandler, Southtown.