“To see the coaling of the steamers in Japanese harbours, which is done by baskets handed from one to another, makes an impression on the traveller.”
“A diagram showing the parts of a tugboat, a boat used to maneuver large ships in harbours, over the open sea, or through rivers and canals.”
“Meanwhile, during the Winter and Spring months, over 500,000 tons of material were gathered together in harbours on both East and West Coasts.”
“English goods, lying in English harbours, and just ready to sail for”
“Seaplane pilots were bombing specialists, including among their targets army headquarters, ammunition dumps, railway stations, submarines and their bases, docks, shipping in German harbours, and the German Fleet at Wilhelmshaven.”
“Steamers: coaling of, in Japanese harbours; unpleasant trip on Barito River; voyage on a rattan transport; the _De Weert_; the _Grotius_; the _Otto_; the _Selatan_; the _Sophia_”
“The excuse the Frenchmen gave for treating them thus barbarously was that the French taken by English cruisers were shut up on board hulks in English harbours without good food or any exercise.”
“He was also to investigate the possibilities of sabotaging German ships in Dutch harbours.”
“The harbours are our fathers 'harbours, and were freed to us forty years ago.”
“After the business at Gibraltar, Philip's subjects were not safe in English harbours.”
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