A portion of her wood had been left in her, it will be remembered, as well as her camboose.
Much of that brought from home had been fairly used in the camboose, and in the stove originally set up in the hut.
Much of his beloved craft had already disappeared in the camboose, and more was likely to follow.
When he awoke, he found a bright light blazing in the hut, and heard some one moving about the camboose.
The excessive cold made us feel severely the want of a camboose, or fire place in the boat.
A camboose for our fire was made, by sawing a cask in two, and filling it with gravel, and secured by lashing it to the mast.
When these duties were performed, a bustle was seen about the camboose, or large cooking stove, in which the meals were prepared.