While I was considering that some one must have been there lately and must soon be coming back, or the candle would not be burning, it came into my head to look if the wick were long.
My burning arm throbbed, and my burning head throbbed, and I fancied I was beginning to wander.
Stepping out from behind my tree and looking back, I saw, through the black pillars of the nearer trees, the flames of the burning
In a few minutes there was, so far as the soldier could see, not a living thing left upon the common, and every bush and tree upon it that was not already a blackened skeleton was burning
He could not bear the idea of letting the enemy even reach Smolensk, still less could he contemplate the burning
of Moscow, and when our armies did unite he was displeased that Smolensk was abandoned and burned without a general engagement having been fought under its walls.
Thus they had walked, perhaps, twice or three times up and down Mary Datchet's street before the recurrence of a light burning
behind a thin, yellow blind caused them to stop without exactly knowing why they did so.
For hours the frenzy of her passion possessed the burning
hand-maiden of the Flaming God, until at last sleep overpowered her and she lapsed into unconsciousness beside the man she had sworn to torture and to slay.
It was death he craved for in the hot, burning
nights, and death came and sat, a grisly shadow, at his pillow.
He scribbled the amount on a pad, and the weigher at the bar balanced fifty dollars' worth of dust in the gold-scales and poured it into Burning
Thousands of lights were burning
on the green branches, and gaily-colored pictures, such as she had seen in the shop-windows, looked down upon her.
Mr Chester lighted the candles which stood upon his dressing-table, and wheeling an easy-chair towards the fire, which was yet burning
, stirred up a cheerful blaze, sat down before it, and bade his uncouth visitor 'Come here,' and draw his boots off.
But the affair did not end so; the next day came a great number of the country people to the town gates, and in a most outrageous manner demanded satisfaction of the Russian governor for the insulting their priests and burning
their great Cham Chi-Thaungu.