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He is an experienced hand at the work, as he has had for years a launch of his own on the Thames, and another on the Norfolk Broads.
Their wants and caprices being supplied, they would take leave of the governor, strike their tents, launch their canoes, and ply their way up the Ottawa to the lakes.
I will wait for you on the shore; launch it strongly, and hasten to us.
THE STEAM LAUNCH, USEFUL RECEIPTS FOR ANNOYING AND HINDERING IT.
A few hours before we were ready to launch her she made quite an imposing picture, for Perry had insisted upon setting every shred of "canvas.
Their plan was to gain to the cached poling-boat they had seen, so that at the first open water they could launch it and drift with the stream to Sixty Mile.
So it was that the launch went ashore, and, while its crew lolled in the shade of the beach coconuts, Villa, Harley, and Jerry followed the river inland a quarter of a mile to the first likely pool.
The port doctor's launch was coming alongside, when he nodded up to Daughtry, who was passing along the deck:
He can launch the boat without help; he can take the food and the fuel with him.
THE Gallant Crew at a life-saving station were about to launch their life-boat for a spin along the coast when they discovered, but a little distance away, a capsized vessel with a dozen men clinging to her keel.
It came from the direction of the launch, and in an instant we three were running for the boat as fast as our legs would carry us.
A second inscription above the door informed us that a steam launch was kept,--a statement which was confirmed by a great pile of coke upon the jetty.