Do you mean to put a secret-service operative aboard disguised as a deckhand?
"Some fool that doesn't know how to sail a boat, I guess," said the other deckhand.
Charles leaned forward and emptied the syringe at one inch range into the taut seat of the deckhand's pants.
"Now be good, or I'll shove a few of your teeth down your throat," said the deckhand.
With him came a deckhand, who, under Cotton's orders, had stove in a barrel of sulphur.
One of them was the boatswain Caine, the other a deckhand by the name of Johnson.
Old Neils, "the squarehead" deckhand of the green-pea trade!
Behind her, ready to follow her if must be, a deckhand waited with her luggage.
I had been told that the only time to find him would be before six o'clock, as he was a deckhand on one of the early boats.
He said to the deckhand: "Can I clean the lady and myself up?"