Take Williams down and let him choose a revolver and a cutlas.
With a hideous howl he darted into the hall, his cutlas above his head.
A sentinel was standing by the door in front, a powerful negro, armed with revolver and cutlas.
He held the cutlas high above Darrell's throat like the blade of a guillotine.
Thrusting the cutlas beneath his belt, he clutched a handful of the black dust.
They hurried through the corridors toward the stairway, with Cliff holding the cutlas in readiness.
On the wall still hung the mate of the cutlas he had used to free Vilma; he wrenched it down and ran out into the corridor.
"All hands to repel boarders," shouted Morris, and drawing his cutlas he sprang forward, followed by his men.
Bothwell, making play with his cutlas against both Blythe and Yeager, was retreating slowly to the bridge rail.
His arm's just as good as a new wooden one, and his repartee is as sharp as the cutlas that broke the skin on it.