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Mrs. Merrithew was anxious to reach home before too late an hour, so at five o'clock, after tea and cakes, they "reembarked" for the return trip.
We reembarked late in the afternoon, and with the flood-tide in our favor have left Selangor behind.
The Golden Chersonese and the way thither Isabella Lucy 2004
The troops spent a week on one of the islands and then were reembarked.
Castles of Steel Massie, Robert K., 1929- 2003
These two daring explorers then reembarked for England; and the Geographical
It would plainly have been impossible to carry it in Hildegrin's boat as it was without killing one or more of us, so before we reembarked I had to climb the slope and cut a sapling.
The Shadow of the Torturer Wolfe, Gene 1980
However, since a note was released on Sunday saying that they had reembarked, because that was the idea of the security personnel, in view of the things that were left on the shore and all the information. (as heard)
LASO CLOSING SESSION 1967
Not only had Boston harbor been bombarded again, but a force of English marines had seized and burned San Francisco, then reembarked on their ships and departed before U.S. forces could do anything about it.
The Guns Of The South Turtledove, Harry 1960
Infantry and the 3d Infantry obtained a portion of their tentage about the same time, but a large part of these regiments remained under shelter tents until they reembarked.
History of the Gatling Gun Detachment John Henry Parker
February, and having seen General Hurlbut with his two divisions embark in steamers for Vicksburg, I also reembarked for the same destination on the 27th of January.
On the 13th we reembarked; the whole expedition returned out of the river by the direct route down the Arkansas during a heavy snow-storm, and rendezvoused in the Mississippi, at Napoleon, at the mouth of the Arkansas.