Mr Arrowsmith, as in the case of the island mentioned in the last note, has given the native name to this island, viz.
The holidays were passed in this camp, with Col. Arrowsmith in command.
Now geography was pretty well known so long ago as when Arrowsmith, who was born in 1750, published his admirable maps.
Sorry we had that row when I made such an ass of myself at Arrowsmith's that night.
As soon as the crowd had turned away, Dr. Arrowsmith made his way to the point where Ruth had been standing.
Dr. Arrowsmith had brought Ruth over under his personal charge.
He testified to entering the bedroom of the deceased with Dr. Arrowsmith, and to the examination he had made of it.
"I am sure he could not have held the pen," Dr. Arrowsmith replied.
The place of his death was about 9° 32', and not 8° 43' as in Mr. Arrowsmith's map.
"Must be members of Arrowsmith's company," one of my neighbors remarked.