The Living Age was then under command of Captain Holmes, and in all twenty-three persons were on board.hing about on deck ringing in his ears.
He found Mrs. Holmes, the captain's wife, sitting on his sea-chest, cld her his own box from a shelf above his head.
Mrs. Holmes, as calmly as if she had been in her own sittingr
You don't happen to have an extra hat?
asked Mrs. Holmes.
Captain Hinckley handed her a Louis Kossuth hdeck in the midst of the uproar and confusion.
Mrs. Holmes' manner was never other than brave throughout ther safety overboard to lighten the ship.
The crew, officers, and Mrs. Holmes gathered in the topgallant forecaMrs. Holmes gathered in the topgallant forecastle, and a bed was made for Mrs. Holmes by placing boards from the breast-hook to a tar-barrel, and a sail wasMrs. Holmes by placing boards from the breast-hook to a tar-barrel, and a sail was hung over the break of the forecastle to keep off the spray.
The crew slept on the opposite side of the forecrch there was also found a music-box belonging to Mrs. Holmes, much injured by salt water, but with some music