I had one more shilling left; and I paid to go in
, and see what a sight of the dancing would do for me.
I must acknowledge I had hardly eyes to look up when the seamen told me she was sinking; for from the moment that they rather put me into the boat than that I might be said to go in
, my heart was, as it were, dead within me, partly with fright, partly with horror of mind, and the thoughts of what was yet before me.
High school students, mainly confirmation candidates, go in
family-size groups in the summer for two weeks to do service projects.
Another group, Bisbee-based Citizens for Border Solutions, is learning just how far it can go in
offering food, shelter, and medical assistance without risking arrest.
Every time I go in
to visit, there's at least one person who breaks down and cries.