"Go to the riverside, ask for the brig SUND, and give this letter to the captain; he will convey you to a little port
, where certainly you are not expected, and which is ordinarily only frequented by fishermen."
The other sailor had already seated himself on the port
side and was ready to row.
Evidently they thought they were witnessing an exhibition of poor seamanship, and they yelled their warnings to the tug to reduce speed and throw the helm hard to port
He landed at Port
Adams with a wealth of rifles and tobacco such as no one man had ever possessed before.
D'Artagnan was loaded with thanks by the host of "Le Grand Monarque." He received them like a man who knows that nothing is being offered that does not belong to him, and then said he would go and walk upon the port
till supper was ready.
Sailing ninety leagues farther, you see the noted port
of Jodda, where the pilgrims that go to Mecca and Medina unlade those rich presents which the zeal of different princes is every day accumulating at the tomb of Mahomet.
This forced us to make some port
; and my partner, who knew the country better than I did, directed the captain to put into the river of Cambodia; for I had made the English mate, one Mr.
Nor has Patagonia been affected only by upward movements: the extinct tertiary shells from Port
Peggotty pointed to a certain paragraph in the newspaper, where I read aloud as follows, from the Port
On reaching our port
I there learnt, for the first time, the reason these passengers had for seizing their opportunity of escaping from the ship.
At the second call the light of the port
was obscured apparently by a head that piped down in a thin squeak.
The Russians have always a ship of war upon this station, and have already encroached upon the Californian boundaries, by taking possession of the port
of Bondago, and fortifying it with several guns.