The drop-keel was for the first time placed in a life-boat in 1885.
So she implored her father to launch the life-boat and let her go with him to the rescue.
Many vessels are cast every year on the rocky parts of the coasts, under cliffs, where no life-boat could be of service.
Cloete is dragged into the life-boat and the coxswain tumbles in.
The life-boat is afloat within the circle of the bed; the brig threatens to roll over her.
But when that life-boat is launched, there is going to be a grand fight to see who will get on it.
"I must send a man on horseback to the life-boat station," said Bertie, starting towards the door.
The life-boat was manned with four men, and Levi took his place in the stern-sheets.
Their son, less than two years old, was carried into a life-boat by his nurse, and was taken in charge by Major Arthur Peuchen.
So I jumped into the life-boat again, and reclaimed my treasures.
A pardon from a prison or other sentence; a retrial (1940s+ Underworld)