I wouldn't, Meg, your mother doesn't like it, you know," he whispered, leaning over her chair, as Ned turned to refill her glass and Fisher
stooped to pick up her fan.
The parapets in front of the hotels were usually fringed with fishers
of all ages.
It doesn't seem a cozy way of doing it," remarked the man called Fisher.
Nobody knew him exactly," replied Fisher, with some vagueness.
There was one older man, an excellent fisher
and skilled in all kinds of woodcraft, who was pleased to look upon my house as a building erected for the convenience of fishermen; and I was equally pleased when he sat in my doorway to arrange his lines.
said the fisher
folk on the shore, whispering a prayer as they turned to go home.
Here he overheard Mr Derby for many hours solacing himself at an entertainment which he that evening gave his friends, and to which Fisher
had been invited.
He was a fisher
that had lost his boat, and thus been driven to the deep-sea voyaging.
But if we Southern whale-fishers
are not so snugly housed aloft as Captain Sleet and his Greenland-men were; yet that disadvantage is greatly counterbalanced by the widely contrasting serenity of those seductive seas in which we South fishers
Then, again, if you fix your eye upon this strange, crested, comb-like incrustation on the top of the mass --this green, barnacled thing, which the Greenlanders call the crown, and the Southern fishers
the bonnet of the Right Whale; fixing your eyes solely on this, you would take the head for the trunk of some huge oak, with a bird's nest in its crotch.
Talk about fishers
of men--fighters of fish it is this time
They were accompanied by Sinclair and his fifteen free trappers; Wyeth, also, and his New England band of beaver hunters and salmon fishers
, now dwindled down to eleven, took this opportunity to prosecute their cruise in the wilderness, accompanied with such experienced pilots.
Here and there on the coasts, living by most precarious tenure, was a sprinkling of missionaries, traders, bˆche-de-mer fishers
, and whaleship deserters.
Peat-cutters on Blackdown and fishers
upon the Exe heard the distant throbbing rising and falling upon the sultry summer air.
A sea full of many-hued fishes and crabs, for which even the Gods might long, and might be tempted to become fishers
in it, and casters of nets,-- so rich is the world in wonderful things, great and small!