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For they have surreptitiously inspected his sea-chest, and found it to contain a full suit of "Sunday go-ashores," with other effects, which they deemed sufficient collateral security for the debt.
Le Gros held in his hand a canvas bag, of oblong bolster shape, -- such as sailors use to carry their spare suit of "Sunday go-ashores."
"Sunday go-ashores" and variety of knick-knacks likely to prove of service on the problematical voyage he proposed making.
On reaching the deck, I found Marble, his coat off, but still wearing all the rest of his "go-ashores," flourishing about among the labourers, putting into them new life and activity.