Merchant-vessel in a sentence

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The _Castor_ was an American merchant-vessel, commanded by Captain Philip Horn, an experienced navigator of about thirty-five years of age.
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The only way of coming was by a merchant-vessel.
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As a vessel of war requires a harbor, and usually a better harbor than a merchant-vessel, it strikes us the "expounders" would do well to give this thought a moment's attention.
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After this he embarked in a large merchant-vessel, and went floating over the sea to the south-west.
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One Monday, the 14th of July, 1819 (she never forgot the date), Victor announced that he had been engaged on a merchant-vessel and that in two days he would take the steamer at Honfleur and join his sailer, which was going to start from Havre very soon.
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Examples of Merchant-vessel

Example #1
Besides a valuable cargo, she carried three passengers-two ladies and a boy.
Example #2
Her masts had snapped off and gone overboard, her rudder-post had been shattered by falling wreckage, and she was rolling in the trough of the sea, with her floating masts and spars thumping and bumping her sides.
Example #3
So Bernard, who was looking and longing for the arrival of his brother, did not think it strange when six weeks passed away without bringing him.
Example #4
At that time there were no steamships and no regular packets from Europe.
Example #5
Behind it will be found the most unanswerable argument in favor of the light-houses, too.
Example #6
Congress clearly possesses the power to create and maintain a navy, which includes the power to create all sorts of necessary physical appliances; and, among others, places of refuge for that navy, should they be actually needed.