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There was also an Englishman who worked his passage, having been the cooper of a whaler that was wrecked.

Well, if the Forward were only a whaler, I believe we should have some sport.

The next day (September 10) they are picked up by the Danish whaler.

They had to await the uncertain passage of a whaler, and how many days yet?

He was wrecked on the Peruvian coast and became a beachcomber, and then got a berth in a whaler.

If I were in your place I would try and get away in an American whaler.

What, after all, if they had proceeded from the decks of the whaler?

Mell's father was captain of a whaler, and almost always at sea.

This information he gave to every whaler and other vessel the Southern Cross fell in with.

Her build at once made us suspect that she was a whaler like ourselves.