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" ... the royal cross-trees ; while those who had been attracted by the sport, returned to their usual avocations or amusements. The monkey, no longer the object of pursuit or attention... "
Naval Stories - Seite 120
von William Leggett - 1834 - 179 Seiten
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The Parterre of fiction, poetry, history [&c.]., Band 1

1834
...foreyard it ran out to the yard-arm, and hung the cap on the end of the studding-sail boom, where, taking its seat, it raised a loud and exulting chattering. Bob by this time was completely tired out, and, perhaps, unwilling to return to the deck to be laughed at for his fruitless...
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The Atlantic Club-book : Being Sketches in Prose and Verse, Band 1

1834
...foreyard, it ran out to the yard-arm, and hung the cap on the end of the studding-sail boom, where, taking its seat, it raised a loud and exulting chattering. Bob by this time, was completely tired out, and, perhaps, unwilling to return to the deck to be laughed at for his fruitless...
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The Saturday Magazine ...

1835
...pleasure for which he had no words " Ha, you rascal Jocko, hah you no more respec' for de young oflicer, den to steal his cab ? We bring you to de gangway,...loud and exulting chattering. Bob by this time was completely tired out, and, unwilling, perhaps, to return to the deck to be laughed at for his fruitless...
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The Saturday Magazine ...

1835
...when, springing suddenly on the royal stay, it ran nimbly down to the fore-to' -gallant-mast-head, thence down the rigging to the foretop, and leaping...loud and exulting chattering^ Bob by this time was completely tired out, and, unwilling, perhaps, to return to the deck to be laughed at for his fruitless...
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The Saturday Magazine, Band 6

1835
...the fore-to' -gallant-mast-head, thence down the rigging to the foretop, and leaping on the tbreyard, it ran out to the yard-arm, hung the cap on the end...loud and exulting chattering. Bob by this time was completely tired out, and, unwilling, perhaps, to return to the deck to be laughed at for his fruitless...
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The Republic of Letters: A Selection, in Poetry and Prose, from the ..., Band 2

Alexander Whitelaw - 1835
...fore-yard, it ran out to the yard-arm, and hung the cap on the end of the studding-sail boom, where, taking its seat, it raised a loud and exulting chattering. Bob by this time was completely tired out, and perhaps, unwilling to return to the deck to be laughed at for his fruitless...
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The church scholar's reading-book, selected from the Saturday magazine

Saturday magazine - 1840
...high sat the royalmast-liead, when, springing suddenly on the royal stay, it ran nimbly down to tin- fore-to'-gallantmasthead, thence down the rigging...loud and exulting chattering. Bob by this time was completely tired out, and, unwilling, uerhap*, to return to tho deck to be laughed at for his fruitless...
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Parley's Magazine, Band 11

1843
...royal-masthead, when, springing suddenly on the royal stay, it ran nimbly down to the fore-to-orallant-mast-head, thence down the rigging to the foretop, and leaping...out to the yard-arm, hung the cap on the end of the studding-sail-boom, and there taking its seat, it raised a loud and exulting chattering. Bob by this...
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The Terrific record; and chronicle of remarkable and interesting events

...out to tlie yard-arm, hung the cap on the pud of the studding-sail boom, and there taking its scat, it raised a loud and exulting chattering. Bob by this time was completely tired out, and, unwilling, perhaps, to return to the deck to be laughed at for his fruitless...
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Ocean Scenes: Or, The Perils and Beauties of the Deep : Being Interesting ...

1854 - 492 Seiten
...foreyard, it ran out to the yardarm, and hung the cap on the end of the studding-sail boom, where, taking its seat, it raised a loud and exulting chattering. Bob by this time was completely tired out, and, perhaps, unwilling to return to the deck to be laughed at for his fruitless...
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