Charley recognized the name, and said that here was a greater man than either Hancock or Adams
Then, after an innocent pause, which unconsciously betrayed some lack of enthusiasm, Ruby Adams
Mauki's father was chief over the village at Port Adams
, and thus, by birth a salt-water man, Mauki was half amphibian.
And he would have told the "pitchfork senator" all his experiences, had not Harry Adams
and a friend grabbed him about the neck and shoved him into a seat.
I felt very reluctant to pack Deane and Adams
away in his case next morning, and the case in my portmanteau, where I could not get at it in case my unknown friends took it into their heads to accompany me out of town.
was a mechanic, and had learned the trades of shoemaking, harness-making, and tinsmithing during the days of slavery.
'This is an awkward affair, Adams
,' said Mr Westwood, drawing himself up.
Those Malaita canoes are always raiding down that way, and you know what that Port Adams
That spot to which I point is PARADISE, ADAMS
abode, those loftie shades his Bowre.
Such was the aspect under which the place presented itself to Sheriff Adams
and two other men who had come out from Marshall to look at it.
This is commonly called Point Adams
. The opposite, or northern side, is Cape Disappointment; a kind of peninsula, terminating in a steep knoll or promontory crowned with a forest of pine-trees, and connected with the mainland by a low and narrow neck.
But in his stead, Mr Allworthy hath lately taken Mr Abraham Adams
into his house, of whom Sophia is grown immoderately fond, and declares he shall have the tuition of her children.