The next morning three of us waited in the stage before the door of St. Ann's Academy.
Then the bell of St. Ann's slowly began to strike ten o'clock.
My hand was not in his pocket; for, by St. Ann, he did not let me get it fairly in.
Some of the people at St. Ann's, who had planted a few potatoes, were obliged to dig them up and eat them.
At the rapid of St. Ann they are obliged to take out part, if not the whole of their lading.
They went to church; they always went to church—old St. Ann's—whenever there was service.
The girl looked lovingly at the church, and St. Ann's, and the green fields reaching up to the edge of the mission premises.
In St. Ann, the Baptist congregations alone spent £10,000 in a few years in buying land.
No one knew why he was in the churchyard of St. Ann's at that hour.
St. Ann's Gate is in the east wall of the Close, in the southern angle.