Miss Long seemed more engrossed in looking round Mr. Dampier's bachelor sitting-room.
We shall not relate minutely all the expeditions in which Dampier participated.
Dampier says Sharp was displaced by general consent, the company not being satisfied either with his courage or his conduct.
Shortly afterwards they separated, Dampier accompanying Sharp.
He got down from the wagon where Dampier sat, and shook hands with her and Allen and Mrs. Hastings.
When this was done Wyllard fell against Dampier and clutched at him.
Here Dampier left his ship and worked his way to England, which he reached in 1691.
As soon as it seemed advisable to leave the deck Dampier went down.
In this sentence of his description, Dampier's observations are incorrect.
Dampier, who noticed his chilliness, did not trouble about the wound.