Iff crept forward and tarried for a time talking to the boatbuilder.
I was raised to the head of our “naval bureau” as boatbuilder in chief.
Henry Greathead—a boatbuilder of South Shields—erroneously got the credit of this invention.
Mr. William Moody, boatbuilder, a liver-complexioned citizen, undertook to reply.
Hans looked triumphantly at Tom Nedley, and the boatbuilder scratched his head.
“Give you twenty-five if you get away from the dock within five minutes,” Iff told the boatbuilder directly.
In August, 1710, he wrote that he had taken a walk to see the boatbuilder at work.
Once, when he saw a stranded English boat, he sent for a boatbuilder to make him a sailboat and to teach him how to manage it.
On the second night after his arrival, he walked with the boatbuilder upon the wooden quay.