You call yourself in Paris the Count of Monte Cristo; in Italy, Sinbad the Sailor; in Malta, I forget what.
"The Count of Monte Cristo" by Alexandre Dumas, Pere
It sounds like one of the voyages of Sinbad the Sailor.
"A Strange Manuscript Found in a Copper Cylinder" by James De Mille
Oh, mother, did you ever read Marryatt's novels, and 'Sinbad the Sailor'?
"From Canal Boy to President" by Horatio Alger, Jr.
Sinbad the sailor died long ago but the sea he sailed is still called the Persian Gulf and is just as full of curious islands as it was in his time.
"Topsy-Turvy Land" by Samuel M. Zwemer
Sinbad the Sailor has given place to Sinbad the Soldier, the Inland Water Transport.
"A Dweller in Mesopotamia" by Donald Maxwell
When Garfield was working for a neighbor he read "Sinbad the Sailor" and the "Pirate's Own Book.
"How to Succeed" by Orison Swett Marden
There he clung, like the old man of the sea who clung to the back of Sinbad the sailor.
"Ernest Bracebridge" by William H. G. Kingston
One of the voyages of the celebrated Sinbad the sailor, the most picturesque of all voyagers, was over this very ocean.
"Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine - Volume 57, No. 352, February 1845" by Various
How does man resemble Sinbad the sailor?
"The Elements of Agriculture" by George E. Waring
Not if all the wonders seen by Sinbad the Sailor lay within a day's sail.
"Tales from "Blackwood"" by Various
I shall play at Sinbad the Sailor, and Bumps is going to be my Old Man of the Sea.
"Jill's Red Bag" by Amy Le Feuvre
Otherwise, the genealogy of "Sinbad the Sailor," or "Harry Haulaway," would have been as apropos.
"The World's Sixteen Crucified Saviors" by Kersey Graves