By the light of a little red lantern
, at the foot of the stairs, they saw two other bodies.
The door of the lantern
came loose from its fastening as he swayed it round, and the wind blew the candle out instantly.
Discreet advice too, for he darkened his lantern
again, and the mound turned black.
was held up in the direction of the noise.
Just then his eye fell upon the lanterns
and the can of kerosene oil which Zeb had brought from the car of his balloon, and he got a clever idea from those commonplace things.
she ejaculated a little later, as, with Pollyanna by her side, and the lantern
in her hand, she turned back into the attic.
Harris turned away at my glance; he carried a spade, and began digging near the boxes without more ado, by the light of a second lantern
set on one of them: his back was to me from this time on.
At this instant the lantern
was lit, and its vividness dispelled the faint light.
The conversation was becoming rather a farcical dissertation upon the relations that should obtain between states, irrespective of size, when it was broken off by a cry from Tambi, who, with another lantern
hanging overside at the end of his arm had made a discovery.
asked Hugh, holding the lantern
to his breast, to keep the candle from the wind, while he trimmed it with his fingers.
Now listen, you young limb,' whispered Sikes, drawing a dark lantern
from his pocket, and throwing the glare full on Oliver's face; 'I'm a going to put you through there.
When Dunstan Cass turned his back on the cottage, Silas Marner was not more than a hundred yards away from it, plodding along from the village with a sack thrown round his shoulders as an overcoat, and with a horn lantern
in his hand.