The look was such a one as le bourdon could not remember to have ever before beheld in a human countenance.
“bourdon, arm all batteries and lock onto that Mancji ship,” I ordered.
The craft, therefore, continued to approach each other, le bourdon keeping his glass levelled on the strangers much of the time.
The dress of le bourdon was well adapted to his pursuits and life.
bourdon was arrested and deported to French Guiana, where he died soon after his arrival.
Waubkenewh grasped the hand of le bourdon, and squeezed it firmly.
The dim roar of London was like the bourdon note of a distant organ.
Never mind me, bourdon—set me to do anything in which you think I can be of use!
"Them dogs are very likely to scent us here in the canoes, we are so near them," whispered le bourdon.
At length le bourdon paused, causing his companion to stop also.