The band of which Ruyter had become leader had existed some time before he joined.
The tilt caught on part of the waggon to which Ruyter belonged.
Ruyter was short of munitions in the contest already commenced against the French and English fleet.
“They should be here by this time,” said Ruyter, in Dutch, to one of the men at his side.
About ten o'clock in the morning, Mahal the Smuggler set out with this despatch (sealed) in his possession, to board the "Ruyter."
“I tell you, Ruyter, it is in vain to join with the Kafirs,” said Orpin.
Admiral Ruyter lived at Amsterdam in the house of a poor man and swept out his own bedroom.
This action on the iris has been studied by Ruyter, Donders, and von Graefe.
No stronger testimony is needed to Ruyter's opinion of the inefficiency or faithlessness of that contingent to the allied forces.
Diverging from the question, however, she returned to the first regret—namely, that her friend Ruyter had joined the Bergenaars.