The island of Juan Fernandez, 360 miles to the N.E., was, at the time of the great shock of the 20th, violently shaken, so that the trees beat against each other, and a volcano burst forth under water close to the shore: these facts are remarkable because this island, during the earthquake of 1751, was then also affected more violently than other places at an equal distance from Concepcion, and this seems to show some subterranean connection between these two points.
(as in the case of the glaciers) we suppose them to have taken place at corresponding distances in Europe: -- then would the land from the North Sea to the Mediterranean have been violently shaken, and at the same instant of time a large tract of the eastern coast of England would have been permanently elevated, together with some outlying islands, -- a train of volcanos on the coast of Holland would have burst forth in action, and an eruption taken place at the bottom of the sea, near the northern extremity of Ireland -- and lastly, the ancient vents of Auvergne, Cantal, and Mont d'Or would each have sent up to the sky a dark column of smoke, and have long remained in fierce action.
Is she still alive, or has she died?' But the king replied: 'She let my dear son be torn to pieces by wild beasts; I will not have her named.' Then the huntsman arose and said: 'Gracious lord father she is alive still, and I am her son, and I was not carried away by wild beasts, but by that wretch the old cook, who tore me from her arms when she was asleep, and sprinkled her apron with the blood of a chicken.' Thereupon he took the dog with the golden collar, and said: 'That is the wretch!' and caused live coals to be brought, and these the dog was compelled to devour before the sight of all, until flames burst forth
from its throat.
Soon the blood burst forth, and could be seen trickling in a thousand threads down the hunchback's black shoulders; and the slender thongs, in their rotatory motion which rent the air, sprinkled drops of it upon the crowd.
But wrath, hatred, despair, slowly lowered over that hideous visage a cloud which grew ever more and more sombre, ever more and more charged with electricity, which burst forth in a thousand lightning flashes from the eye of the cyclops.
"Now, by the white hand of the holy Lady of the Fountain!" burst forth
the Friar in a mighty rage, "dost thou, thou poor puny stripling, thou kiss-my-lady-la poppenjay; thou--thou What shall I call thee?
They were received by Madame Fouquet, and at the moment they made their appearance, a light as bright as day burst forth
from every quarter, trees, vases, and marble statues.
"Yes; and if you wish to know his name, I will tell it, -- he is named Villefort." The explosion, which had been so long restrained from a feeling of respect to the court of justice, now burst forth
like thunder from the breasts of all present; the court itself did not seek to restrain the feelings of the audience.
With these last words, Maggie's sobs burst forth
with the more violence for the previous struggle against them.
He had hardly uttered the word, when the whole half-dozen regiments levelled their muskets as if they had but one common object, and that object the Pickwickians, and burst forth
with the most awful and tremendous discharge that ever shook the earth to its centres, or an elderly gentleman off his.
Soon, from a score of the great windows, flames burst forth
, and the stone faces awakened, stared out of fire.
Far away, says he, over the vast plains, and up the steep sides of the lofty mountains, the snow lay spread in dazzling whiteness: and whenever the sun emerged in the morning above the giant peaks, or burst forth
from among clouds in his midday course, mountain and dell, glazed rock and frosted tree, glowed and sparkled with surpassing lustre.
"With spring well on its way and all sorts of beauty ready to burst forth
, we challenge the youth of Macon County to capture their natural environment in a photograph," says Senior Program Naturalist, Alysia Callison, "We encourage them to go outside and enjoy nature."
Many of Hanna's scenes involve that moment as her love for her country and the way it is controlled by faceless ones hundreds of miles and a sea away burst forth
in a series of passionate onslaughts, each word as elegant as the last.
Painting together on her free days, a decade worth of pent-up creativity burst forth