She could hear his voice in the distant furnace
room giving directions to Aminadab, whose harsh, uncouth, misshapen tones were audible in response, more like the grunt or growl of a brute than human speech.
This broken lead heart will not melt in the furnace
This I found myself doing morning after morning, till the furnace
"boss" discovered that something was wrong, and locked the clock in a case.
Further, I say, that, if you will stay with me, I will teach you all the secrets of the glass-stainers' mystery: the pigments and their thickening, which will fuse into the glass and which will not, the furnace
and the glazing--every trick and method you shall know.
their every blow like the hundred hammers of the furnace
roared, and the powerful engines whizzed and clanked, like a great metallic heart.
No, Monsieur, it was closed; but after I had done washing the floor, I lit some charcoal for Monsieur in the laboratory furnace
, and, as I lit it with old newspapers, it smoked, so I opened both the windows in the laboratory and this one, to make a current of air; then I shut those in the laboratory and left this one open when I went out.
Voluptuousness: to the rabble, the slow fire at which it is burnt; to all wormy wood, to all stinking rags, the prepared heat and stew furnace
Is a Teton horse a salamander that he can walk amid fiery flames unhurt, or do you think the Lord will show his might in your behalf, as in the days of old, and carry you harmless through such a furnace
as you may see glowing beneath yonder red sky?
Through these bewildering sights and deafening sounds, their conductor led them to where, in a dark portion of the building, one furnace
burnt by night and day--so, at least, they gathered from the motion of his lips, for as yet they could only see him speak: not hear him.
It was a collection of furnaces
, fat-kettles, and oil sheds; and when the works were in full operation certainly gave forth no very pleasant savor.
At this cry the whole ship's crew hurried towards the harpooner-- commander, officers, masters, sailors, cabin boys; even the engineers left their engines, and the stokers their furnaces