The same day they were boarded by a Danish officer, who ordered the ship to Christiansand.
The ship is bound to Christiansand, and when we arrive we must leave you there.
I need not say he was the pilot who had come on board to take us up to Christiansand.
If we go back to Christiansand, we shall be too late for the ship.
“Very well indeed, sir; but I was bashful, and did not wish to see some people in Christiansand,” replied the waif.
Can you explain the accident by which the second cutter was stove at Christiansand?
What time does the steamer for Christiansand leave this place?
She was a large Norwegian bark from Christiansand, and bound to London.
The father, an old man who smoked an enormously long pipe, turned out to be the Bishop of Christiansand.
The male of this isopod, which inhabits the bay of Christiansand, is not yet known.