The distance was not so great but the figure of Judge Temple could be seen, standing in his own grounds, and apparently contemplating, in perfect unconsciousness of the danger of his child, the mountain in flames.
he cried, dropping on his knees at her feet, and gathering her flowing robe in his arms as if to shield her from the flames.
Let the flames do their work for a short half hour, and then we will mount.
The Doctor regained his tablets, a little the worse from having fallen among the grass which had been subject to the action of the flames, and was consoling himself for this slight misfortune by recording uninterruptedly such different vacillations in light and shadow as he chose to consider phenomena.
What, my councillors, rise, take the hand of Mopo, and hold it to the flame
, that his heart may rejoice in the warmth of the flame
while we speak together of this matter of the child that was, so my mother sang, born to Baleka, my wife, the sister of Mopo, my servant.
I cannot let her watch for ME in vain, till I have done my best: then tell me where the Fire-Spirits dwell, and I will ask of them the flame
that shall give life to the little child and such great happiness to the sad, lonely mother: tell me the path, and let me go.
Over these we climbed, looking backward at the forest which had become a sea of flame
that swept eastward before a rising wind.
When I had called to him, the flames
must have reached across the door leading into the church, on either side of which the presses extended, and close to which the other combustible objects were placed.
A gunshot suddenly pealed forth and shot its flame
into the air.
Pell-mell they tumbled down the poop-ladders; pell-mell they raced amidships past that yawning open furnace; the pitch was boiling through the seams of the crackling deck; they slipped and fell upon it, one over another, and the wonder is that none plunged headlong into the flames
Down that road," cried the frightened woman, pointing toward the south where a mighty wall of roaring flames
shut out the view.
Hundreds of observers saw the flame
that night and the night after about midnight, and again the night after; and so for ten nights, a flame