I will haul up for the highlands, and anchor under them, should it be necessary.
Lingen heard it, or thought that he did, and began to haul up the rope.
The other watch plunged down on the main deck to haul up the sail.
Rectus had his place by the flag, which he was to haul up at the proper moment.
Roger rightly took this for a signal to haul up, and immediately did so.
Those on board of the Spray did their best to haul up to the Defender.
A sailor employed at the pearl-fishery, to haul up the diver and oysters.
“Should there come a lull, we will haul up,” exclaimed Lord Reginald.
Directly afterwards the cutter was seen to haul up towards them.
We will haul up a bit, and see if we can discover what has happened.