I beg your pardon, Captain Alick, but what had you in the boat?
I suppose there is no doubt about our leaving in the morning, is there, Captain Alick?
Good-tempered Tim, the waggoner, who loved his horses, had his grudge against Alick in the matter of corn.
Do you suppose anything was out of order on board of the steamer, Captain Alick?
“I had rather Alick remained a captain than see a number of officers put aside or die to make room for him,” she answered.
How far ahead do you think the Islander is now, Captain Alick?
"Alick Blane's father was the trooper who shot Bradby," he said, and left us to imagine all the rest.
Can't you do something to make us more comfortable, Captain Alick?
This is a very nice place, Alick, the only really quiet one we have found.
"The gale may last all night as well as all day, Alick," added my father.