So long before being forwarded to Tampa Town, the iron ore, molten in the great furnaces of Coldspring, and brought into contact with coal and silicium heated to a high temperature, was carburized and transformed into cast iron.
It will easily be understood that 1,200 furnaces were not too many to melt simultaneously these 60,000 tons of iron.
This I found myself doing morning after morning, till the furnace
"boss" discovered that something was wrong, and locked the clock in a case.
With that, he led her to her rude couch, and covering her with the clothes with which she had found herself enveloped when she woke, returned to his seat, whence he moved no more unless to feed the furnace
, but remained motionless as a statue.
One morning as Jurgis was passing, a furnace
blew out, spraying two men with a shower of liquid fire.
Forthwith there issued from an inner apartment a man of low stature, but bulky frame, with shaggy hair hanging about his visage, which was grimed with the vapors of the furnace
their every blow like the hundred hammers of the furnace
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.
The Jew then looked at the glowing furnace
, over which he was presently to be stretched, and seeing no chance of his tormentor's relenting, his resolution gave way.
Abaft the mainmast the deck-pump was being ceaselessly worked by relays of the passengers; dry blankets were passed forward, soaking blankets were passed aft, and flung flat into the furnace
one after another.
The grand hall was no longer anything but a vast furnace
of effrontry and joviality, where every mouth was a cry, every individual a posture; everything shouted and howled.
Then they melted the statue in a furnace
, and the Mayor held a meeting of the Corporation to decide what was to be done with the metal.
Under his rule are many thousands of the Nomes, who are queerly shaped but powerful sprites that labor at the furnaces
and forges of their king, making gold and silver and other metals which they conceal in the crevices of the rocks, so that those living upon the earth's surface can only find them with great difficulty.
He only thought of the end, so nearly accomplished; and sometimes he boiled over with impatience, as if heated by the furnaces
of the Henrietta.
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.