The Clyde was the in-shore ship; she was therefore to move first (Note 2).
The Clyde was the in-shore ship; she was therefore to move first.
In-shore of us, a firm unbroken sheet of ice extended to the land, some fifteen miles distant.
During this year, however, there were several severe frigate fights and in-shore operations.
He could also perceive the captured gun-boat lying to in-shore to prevent their escape.
A revolving eddy swung him in-shore, but the reflux caught and drove him a few yards lower down.
The three peaks, in-shore of Cape Kempe, are very remarkable.
On two occasions, the in-shore frigates particularly distinguished themselves.
On the in-shore side of the small island I have mentioned, we discovered a village consisting of fifteen or twenty houses.
Giving her calf a push with her long nose to make it get behind her, she advanced cautiously a step or two in-shore.