Vigo, 45, says she was a teacher in the Bronx until she was laid off last year.
To slip out and warn Martin before Vigo got a chance at him—that was all you had to do.
Admiral Hobson, who broke the boom at Vigo in 1702, belonged to the same calling.
Vigo's troop was but slow-moving, as some of the horses carried double, some were loaded with chattels.
When Orange reached the house in Vigo Street, it was still early in the day.
But a nimbus of golden light still shone around the gallant Vigo.
The third in this case is the lady who called at Vigo Street.
Mr. Vigo purchased a splendid mansion in St. James' Square, where invitations to his banquets were looked upon almost as commands.
Mr. Parflete saw the lady who went to Vigo Street, and he did not know who she was.
For three days the gale continued, threatening the whole fleet with destruction till it was got safely up above Vigo.