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“But the captain inhospitably kept him perched on the lowest gang-way step, shivering miserably and with his feet dangling in the water, till we, out of very pity, rowed in from the darkness and took him off.”
“And the Public Receiver would follow up the gang-way.”
“First he alluded to the fact that we had gone supperless to bed the night before; then he buttoned up his mackintosh, had a brief interview with the captain, shouted down the gang-way for the cook, and finally disappeared in the forecastle.”
“I had not been long below before an officer from Neptune came to me, and demanded me, in his name to appear before him at the starboard gang-way, whose summons must not be disobeyed.”
“On my arrival at the gang-way, the usual questions were asked me, whether I had been that way before?”
“The boys could hear the drip of water and the purring of the current as it crept into a lower gang-way, but that was all.”
“We parted at the gang-way of the River Queen about noon of March 28th, and I never saw him again.”
“She and Heyl descended the gang-way, and stood at the dock's edge, looking rather foolish and uncertain, as people do at such times.”
“There was a hoarse shouting at the gang-way behind me, and the eyes looked past me, over my shoulder.”
“He really didn't know; but for lack of any more compelling impulse he followed the porter to the luggage van, singled out his property, and turned to march behind it down the gang-way.”
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