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I know of one, built on piles on a sand-bank, that was run into by a schooner and carried bodily away.
In the street a luxurious limousine was tooting for a ramshackle prairie schooner to turn to one side.
THE SUNBRIDGE GIRLS AT SIX STAR RANCHELEANOR H. (ELEANOR HODGMAN) PORTER
On the other hand, you can prepare to dispose of the serial rights of the Schooner Farallone: a most grim and gloomy tale.
If we could only have Macgregor here with his schooner, you would hear of no more troubles in Samoa.
A powder magazine was set afloat, but it struck the schooner, which lay at anchor near the frigate.
Here they had the satisfaction of seeing the schooner sink before a British foot could be set on her deck.
Here there was a chance for the work he wanted, for across the river he saw a large schooner flying the British flag.
He started out in the early days of the war with no better vessel than the schooner Rossie, of fourteen guns and 120 men.
Lieutenant Decatur was then in command of the Enterprise, the schooner which had fought with the Tripoli.
The 'Egeria,' schooner, was disabled very early in the race by the carrying away of the iron strop round her boom.

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