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- The landlord of the Spouter-Inn had recommended us to his cousin Hosea Hussey of the Try Pots, whom he asserted to be the proprietor of one of the best kept hotels in all Nantucket, and moreover he had assured us that Cousin Hosea, as he called him, was famous for his chowders.Chapters 13-15 — Wheelbarrow; Nantucket; Chowder (70% in)
- But one thing, nevertheless, that made me a little distrustful about receiving a generous share of the profits was this: Ashore, I had heard something of both Captain Peleg and his unaccountable old crony Bildad; how that they being the principal proprietors of the Pequod, therefore the other and more inconsiderable and scattered owners, left nearly the whole management of the ship's affairs to these two.Chapters 16-18 — The Ship; The Ramadan; His Mark (41% in)
- ...towards night-fall; for I cherish the greatest respect towards everybody's religious obligations, never mind how comical, and could not find it in my heart to undervalue even a congregation of ants worshipping a toad-stool; or those other creatures in certain parts of our earth, who with a degree of footmanism quite unprecedented in other planets, bow down before the torso of a deceased landed proprietor merely on account of the inordinate possessions yet owned and rented in his name.Chapters 16-18 — The Ship; The Ramadan; His Mark (61% in)
- Likewise, I have heard that in the museum of Manchester, in New Hampshire, they have what the proprietors call "the only perfect specimen of a Greenland or River Whale in the United States."Chapters 100-102 — The Pequod meets....; The Decanter; A Bower in the Arsacides (95% in)
- In both cases, the stranded whales to which these two skeletons belonged, were originally claimed by their proprietors upon similar grounds.Chapters 100-102 — The Pequod meets....; The Decanter; A Bower in the Arsacides (96% in)
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