Thereafter, as soon as might be they hoisted sail and lifted anchor and took their way from that place.
But before the order came to hoist away, one of the jackies who had gone down drew the covering back from the still figure forward, and turned it over.
The Kaan was there on the hill, mounted on a great wooden bartizan,NOTE 1 which was borne by four well-trained elephants, and over him was hoisted his standard, so high aloft that it could be seen from all sides.
He was hoisted aboard.
A flag was hoisted immediately for the ponies to come out, and we commenced a good day's work.
He sat looking straight before him, with dull eyes that never moved; nor did he stir at the dry rustle and scrape of the matting sail, slowly hoisted above him.
The small buoy that on the previous evening had been moored near the schooner was no longer to be seen, and had doubtless been hoisted in.
And presently the tall miller hoisted his burden and went on into the city also; turned aside down a narrow passage betwixt gloomy houses, and so at last out into the square that hummed with a clamour hushed and expectant.
He was overreached by his own shrewdness; and the hitherto unlucky "bulls," who had had small cause to laugh, thought that it was "sport to see the engineer Hoist with his own petard,"-- better even than to have tossed him on their own horns.
There was not a sheet which was not tightened, not a sail which was not vigorously hoisted; not a lurch could be charged to the man at the helm.
It was hoisted upside down--not with intentional disrespect, but because Sister Gertrude, who superintended this part of the decorations, had long ago renounced the world, and did not remember that the tangled crosses had a top or a bottom to them.
Meanwhile, Sir Huddlestone has hoisted himself unwieldily on the Nob.
Until Germany, 'deep patient Germany,' suddenly hoisted her colours as a champion of murder and rapine and barbarism, she the mother of art and literature and science, there was nothing in Europe that could compare with the anachronism of Turkey being there at all.
In what manner can this be done, if a pirate can obtain impunity, by simply hoisting the flag of some other country, which the cruiser is obliged to respect?
Twas a matter of some difficulty to get Andrew safely hoisted on deck; yet they did it without giving too rude a shock to his enfeebled frame.
So little Rawdon was wrapped up in shawls and comforters for the winter's journey, and hoisted respectfully onto the roof of the coach in the dark morning; with no small delight watched the dawn arise, and made his first journey to the place which his father still called home.
The flag is then securely attached to the halyards and rapidly hoisted.
'I'll carry him,' said Roy quickly, and dropping his useless rifle, he quickly hoisted Burney on his broad back, and set off at a run for the trench.
The boats, however, could not get abreast of the forward hatch and the cases had to be moved across slippery iron plates to the after derrick that hoisted them overboard.
We still look after their legal safeguards long after they have hoisted them with their own petards.
The light was answered by a sharp whistle, and they heard the beat of the paddles of the "Falcon" as she came down towards them, and five minutes later the boats were hoisted to the davits. "
Signals of distress were instantly hoisted, and endeavors used to make toward the stranger, while the minute guns were fired continuously.
Negotiations were opened, broken off, and renewed, during which Mannajee insolently hoisted his flag on the island of Elephanta.
Hastily the cameras, the boxes of exposed and unexposed film, were hoisted out, and then when all had been saved that could be quickly put ashore, the tug was slowly towed out of the way, where it could sink and not be a menace to navigation, and without blocking the locks.
It was some heavy job, but they finally hoisted the unconscious form up the ladder and forced it through the hole onto the deck.
Consequently I hoisted the white flag and ordered the drums to beat a parley."
And don't hoist ahead of me.
It was accordingly hoisted out, deposited on the quay, and prized open; and from its capacious interior, in a deplorable plight from hunger, cramp, and sea-sickness, was extracted--Bishop Addo.