I can see her bowsprit-cap hen she lifts; and half an hour ago I only saw her foreyard.
Very placidly, and as if lost in thought, he insisted on having the foreyard squared. '
One of the sailors went on to the foreyard to ascertain more distinctly what was going on.
“They are getting ready to fire again,” was now reported from the foreyard.
Sir Edward, who was leaning on the foreyard, watched her with admiration, but extreme anxiety.
By this time the 'sun is over the foreyard' and all are settling down for a fine race.
These vessels bore at their bowsprit, and at their cross-jack, as well as at the main and foreyard, groups of corpses.
A round puff of white vapour, spreading itself lazily, clung in fading shreds about the foreyard.
Her sails were also torn, her mainmast and main-topsail yard and foreyard a good deal injured.
She sailed slowly round the south point of Pingelap and backed her foreyard, and presently a boat was lowered and pulled ashore.