I mean, sir, the same ancient Catholic Church to which you and I, and Captain Peleg there, and Queequeg here, and all of us, and every mother's son
and soul of us belong; the great and everlasting First Congregation of this whole worshipping world; we all belong to that; only some of us cherish some queer crotchets noways touching the grand belief; in that we all join hands.
clear out, you and your robber, on the instant, or I'll curse every mother's son
of ye, eating and drinking and sleeping!"
Well, I mean to give your watch liberty today, so you may get ready as soon all you please, and go; but understand this, I am going to give you liberty because I suppose you would growl like so many old quarter gunners if I didn't; at the same time, if you'll take my advice, every mother's son
of you will stay aboard and keep out of the way of the bloody cannibals altogether.
"Keep your eye on my return boys," he cautioned, as he went over the side, "till you land the last mother's son
Now, that's about where we are, every mother's son
of us, thanks to him, and Hands, and Anderson, and other ruination fools of you.
Every mother's son
of them scampered for his dwelling with the utmost celerity, and stayed there, so that the streets of the town were absolutely deserted for the remainder of that day.
The more of our enemies they kill there, the better: and I wish, with all my heart, they could kill every mother's son
Whereas it so falls out, on the other hand, that I am able to be of some trifle of use to Sir Leicester Dedlock since his illness-- brought on by family sorrows--and that he would rather have that help from our mother's son
than from anybody else."
But Freddy was his mother's son
and felt that one ought not to go on spoiling the furniture.
"That merely proves that you know nothing at all about it; I am my mother's son
, but not my uncles' nephew."
Let such a shark appear, and, long before the passengers can guess, every mother's son
of them is out of the water in a wild scramble for safety.
Thus my lot appears Not sad, but blissful; for had I endured To leave my mother's son
unburied there, I should have grieved with reason, but not now.