Mr. Trelawney had followed the sea, and his knowledge made him very useful, for he often took a watch himself in easy weather.
"But we ain't through with Colby Macdonald yet," Trelawney explained.
Such was the position of Cubina and his little band, who had established themselves in the mountains of Trelawney.
Trelawney was on the Bolivar, Byron's yacht, at the time, and saw them start.
Trelawney was a man of this kind, and so was Sir Richard Burton.
Suddenly Trelawney broke loose and began to curse Macdonald with a bitterness that surprised the Government agent.
Two of the conspirators, Kirke and Trelawney, had proceeded to Warminster, where their regiments were posted.
My Trelawney has a strong dash of Landor, as I see him from here.
Trelawney asked him on one occasion: "Do you believe in the immortality of the spirit?"
Hence Byron, in one of his splenetic moods, exclaimed to Trelawney: When did parsons patronize genius?