stateroom


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a guest cabin

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So I dropped on my hands and knees in the little passage, and crept aft in the dark till there warn't but one stateroom betwixt me and the cross-hall of the texas.
I crawfished as fast as I could about two yards, but the boat slanted so that I couldn't make very good time; so to keep from getting run over and catched I crawled into a stateroom on the upper side.
Everything was as before in the ship-- except that two of her captain's sleeping suits were si- multaneously in use, one motionless in the cuddy, the other keeping very still in the captain's stateroom.
I was, just at that epoch, in one of those moody frames of mind which make a man abnormally inquisitive about trifles: and I confess, with shame, that I busied myself in a variety of ill- bred and preposterous conjectures about this matter of the supernumerary stateroom.
Bertie slept that night in the captain's cabin, a tiny stateroom off the main cabin.
There was a stateroom unoccupied, and he took it and set about changing his clothes.
I lay in a berth amid the familiar surroundings of the stateroom of a steamer.
His wife caught his hand and led him through the small connecting door to her tiny stateroom.
You would just as soon expect your captain to have his nose at the back of his head as to have his stateroom on the port side of the ship.
Were he not so terrible a man, I could sometimes feel sorry for him, as instance three mornings ago, when I went into his stateroom to fill his water-bottle and came unexpectedly upon him.
I cried, my face on fire, for I caught sight of it that moment in the stateroom mirror.
I wish to secure the whole of stateroom number twenty-eight.
Not only had barrels of beef and bread been given away to make room for the far more valuable sperm, but additional supplemental casks had been bartered for, from the ships she had met; and these were stowed along the deck, and in the captain's and officers' staterooms.
I rejoiced to know that a few vacant staterooms were still left.
Afterwards he smoked at the cabin-door, looking at his children with an air of civic virtue, till they got caught one after another and put to bed in various staterooms.