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Evening was near when P'tit Maitre, black with powder and crimson with blood, had staggered into the cabin of Jacqueline's mother, his pursuers close at his heels.
The deepest sounds of the retiring and invisible column had ceased to be borne on the breeze to the listeners, and the latest straggler had already disappeared in pursuit; but there still remained the signs of another departure, before a log cabin of unusual size and accommodations, in front of which those sentinels paced their rounds, who were known to guard the person of the English general.
There was no water in the bared and burning bars of the river to reflect the vertical sun, but under its direct rays one or two tinned roofs and corrugated zinc cabins struck fire, a few canvas tents became dazzling to the eye, and the white wooded corral of the stage office and hotel insupportable.
Aye, shipmates, Jonah was gone down into the sides of the ship --a berth in the cabin as I have taken it, and was fast asleep.
Sylvain Couttet, keeper of the cabin there, suspected a misfortune, and sent down to the valley for help.
I had tried to get out of that cabin many a time, but I couldn't find no way.
On the 16th, he was parted from us by a storm; I heard since my return, that his ship foundered, and none escaped but one cabin boy.
It was a cabin measuring six feet square, very much like that occupied by the pilot on the steamboats of the Mississippi or Hudson.
THE cabin in which I found myself was small and rather untidy.
Then she took her little lamp, and went into her cabin, and took off the fur skin, and washed the soot from off her face and hands, so that her beauty shone forth like the sun from behind the clouds.
They spoke glibly of the "after cabin," the "for'rard cabin," "port and starboard" and the "fo'castle.
He constructed his cabin of small logs about six inches in diameter, stopping the chinks with clay which he found at the depth of a few feet beneath the surface soil.
The earliest impressions I can now recall are of the plantation and the slave quarters--the latter being the part of the plantation where the slaves had their cabins.
Fetch the cat, Jukes," said Hook; "it's in the cabin.
Quickly she hastened to the cabin, which was half above and half below deck.