"Why, causing the boat to be attached for father's debts."
"I have often heard my father speak of the folly of unconsidered action and blind haste," said Bertha. "He lost a valued friend in the steamship Arctic, which was sunk, and hundreds of lives sacrificed, by running at full speed in a dense fog. In her case, haste was not only a terrible waste of property, but of life."
"Hard aport your helm!" shouted Lawry.
"I don't know, sir; we have made no bargain yet."