I had seen Jacmel, and therefore thought myself prepared for the worst which I should find.
If any were left at home Jacmel must have been as populous as an African ants' nest.
He grew up a fine boy in charge of his mother's family, but died young at Jacmel, in Hayti, 1817.
Jacmel was an outlying symptom; Port au Prince was the central ulcer.
Jacmel was alive with troops; there had been a review that very afternoon and the populace had hailed the commandant as President.
Englishmen move about in Jacmel as if they were ashamed of themselves among their dusky lords and masters.
Odours, not Arabian, from open drains reminded me of Jacmel.
Jacmel lay white in the blazing sun as the Stella dropped anchor.