The sea now crossed by the gale, pitched and jumped in huge and fearful waves, one crossing the other, now boarding ... rigging, from time to time giving orders to the helmsman with his trumpet, as he saw the seas sweep down upon the strained vessel. ... had fixed himself. There pale and shuddering he clung like a base helpless craven, as he looked. a#39;Why, do you ... His head which a moment before was covered with long, bushy, red hair, was now as bare as the deck below him, anbsp;...
|Author||:||Joseph Holt Ingraham|