The blacksmith shop contained: Four forges with hand blowers, four anvils, and hand-tools.
At one o'clock the Abbe des Forges arrived, and she made me sit down to dinner with them.
As soon as the gloomy Abbe des Forges was gone and Madame was alone, we rejoined her.
The Abbe des Forges arrived just as we were sitting down to dinner, and though he had been very friendly to me at Paris he did not so much as look at me all through the meal, and treated Tiretta in the same way.
I have read your report with high interest, on various questions referred to, and particularly the Comite des Forges de France, and the works of Messrs.
These national unions are members of the Comite des Forges de France, which is the cap stone of the trade organizations of the steel and iron industries.
He pits himself against Nature, he forges for himself Achillean armour, he grasps the shield, he shakes the spear, and rushes joyfully to the encounter.
He is murderous, he excels in arson, he forges with a will.
A man who forges on his neighbour pays the penalty of his crime at the gallows.
Mark here, that allforges and smith-shops belong to Mars, even as corn and meat and wine-shops acknowledge Venus for their mistress.
He was studying at Baliol College, Oxford, in the year 1619, when the Earl sent for him to take charge of an iron furnace and two forges in the chase of Pensnet in Worcestershire.
Romans had forges in the West of England, both in the Forest of Dean and in South Wales; and that they sent the metal from thence to Bristol, where it was forged and made into weapons for the use of the troops.
The number of English forges rapidly dwindled, and the amount of the home production became insignificant in comparison with what was imported from abroad.
Iron ore is found abundantly in the counties along the Alleghany, and many furnaces and forges are employed in its manufactory.
Large quantities of iron ore is found in the mountainous parts of Tennessee and Kentucky, where furnaces and forges have been erected.
If your forges burn out and your factories are emptied, it will mean an era of prosperity for my country, indescribable.
You meant to close the mills, to stop the wheels, to blank the forges and rake out the furnaces of the country.
But don't you see that if Guespin was at the Vulcan's Forges at ten he could not have got back to Valfeuillu before midnight?
I went to the Vulcan's Forges to see what news I could get of that poor devil of a Guespin.
I gave this portrait to the agent with instructions to go to the Vulcan's Forges and ascertain if Guespin had been seen there, and whether he bought anything there night before last.
Guespin was undoubtedly at the Vulcan's Forgeson Wednesday night.
The Republican party forges no chains for the mind, no fetters for the souls of men.
From Labor's holy altars rose and leaped the smoke and flame, and from the countless forges ran the chant of rhythmic stroke.
Those who walk with feet of air Leave no long-enduring marks; At God's forges incandescent Mighty hammers beat incessant, These are but the flying sparks.
Come with me to my tower on Caucasus: See there my forges in the roaring caverns, Beneficent to man, and taste the joy That springs from labor.
Workmen sweating at the forges Fashioned iron bolt and bar, Like a warlock's midnight orgies Smoked and bubbled the black caldron With the boiling tar.
And indeed the hope was one of those that childhood forges for a pastime, and with no design upon reality.
Then, when the clock struck nine, she got up to wash the dishes, and Billy took his lantern to go down among his forges again.
So long as Billy Warlock can keep himself above ground, so long will that old house keep him company, and so long will his forges blow fiery sparks in the cellar, while he hammers and hums and hums and hammers on the anvil by his side.
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