Towards the end of the month of September the skeleton of the vessel, which was to be rigged as a schooner, lay in the dockyard.
This gave me an entry to the dockyard—all I wished at the moment.
He extended his establishments on the Thames, and to him belongs the credit of setting up the dockyard at Portsmouth.
The commissioner of the dockyard paid him the compliment, etc.
This repair and supply ship practically took the place of a dockyard, so far as our destroyer forces were concerned.
He laid all the blame of the disasters his ship had met with to the dockyard riggers.
The week had passed, and the next day the ship was clear of its dockyard artisans.
A dockyard was also constructed at Yokosko under French guidance.
I'll bet any man a week's grog that they wos bought cheap in a dockyard sale o' rotten grub, by order o' the Admiralty.
We visited the dockyard, which is very similar to that of Portsmouth.