Early as it was, there were plenty of scullers
going here and there that morning, and plenty of barges dropping down with the tide; the navigation of the river between bridges, in an open boat, was a much easier and commoner matter in those days than it is in these; and we went ahead among many skiffs and wherries, briskly.
It was an amateur-sculler, well up to his work though taking it easily, in so light a boat that the Rogue remarked: 'A little less on you, and you'd a'most ha' been a Wagerbut'; then went to work at his windlass handles and sluices, to let the sculler in.
The water rose and rose as the sluice poured in, dispersing the scum which had formed behind the lumbering gates, and sending the boat up, so that the sculler gradually rose like an apparition against the light from the bargeman's point of view.
she would exclaim, when some unfortunate sculler
would get in her way; "why don't he look where he's going?
Prescott stroked the boat and they started in the middle of the women's Masters F (60-64) category with Tideway Scullers
and Molesey Boat Club ahead and Walbrook and Marlow behind.
In September 2016, Bloom and the Aardvark Jazz Orchestra opened the band's 44th season at Scullers
Jazz Club in Boston with North by Northeast, a new composition by music director Mark Harvey.
Gemma Hall and Ellie Lewis also impressed with sixth and eighth-placed finishes respectively in the women's lightweight singles (21.
He added: "Charles Dickens praised the sensational victory of the Tyneside scullers
, who held their title for a quarter of a century in coxed fours, pairs or as individuals.
She fought off fierce competition from young scullers
from all over the country and the 16-year-old was one of the youngest picked for the 16 to 18 age group.
Cardiff City RC double scullers
Jack Thomas and Tom Barras saw off former GB cap Simon Goodbrand and Cambridge partner Ed Parkhouse, but fell in the last eight to Durham duo Barney Stentiford and Angus Groom, while their Welsh clubmates lost out to Notts and Union in the Thames Cup club 8s.
The GB women have been in phenomenal form and lightweight double scullers
Katherine Copeland and Sophie Hosking have a great chance of justifying odds-on prices.
1716: The oldest surviving sporting contest, the Doggett's Coat and Badge, for Thames scullers
, was held for the first time.