One after another the topgallant sails were double-reefed, close-reefed, and at last furled.
Let go the topgallant and topsail halliards, and clew up and furl the sails.
There was a similar raised place forward, called the topgallant forecastle.
Hand royals and topgallant sails,” he sang out; “be smart, my lads.
With topgallant sails sheeted home, the Niagara bore down upon the Detroit, driven by a freshening breeze.
First her topgallant sails, then her topsails, rose out of the water.
The topgallant royal is a small spar which is often a continuation of the topgallant mast, and is fixed.
You see, I have taken the topgallant sails off the brig, so as not to be seen.
In small men-of-war no cabins are placed under the poop, nor are they ever under the topgallant forecastle.
We were within two miles of her when she up courses and took in her topgallant sails.