If ye want these hearties loose up there, ye can have 'em in about two minutes!
"Lively, my hearties," said the boatswain, as he stepped forward into the waist.
"My hearties," a cheerful salute to shipmates and seamen in general.
But we were not only unarmed, we were overmatched, my hearties.
After this there was a general cry of “Heave ahead, my hearties, heave ahead!”
“Hoist the jib, my hearties,” cried the Captain, as the anchor came up.
I will talk to you presently, my hearties,' I said; 'what I have got to do now is to look for a shelter.'
But, “Give way, give way there, my lads; heave away my hearties!”
All Miss Seymour vants is a little winishing and warnishing, as we hearties say.
Wrap close, my hearties: you will have no more blaze to-night.