Suddenly, the darkness was made visible by a small dark lantern
and Raoul instinctively stepped backward as though to escape the scrutiny of a secret enemy.
The nigger had a dark lantern
in his hand, and was throwing the light down the steep incline.
Pickwick, with many smiles and various other indications of great self-satisfaction, produced from one of his coat pockets a dark lantern
, with which he had specially provided himself for the occasion, and the great mechanical beauty of which he proceeded to explain to Mr.
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.
The man in uniform whom he had sent to fetch this equipage then handed him up a dark lantern
at his request, and when he had given a few directions to the driver, we rattled away.
Boxtel put a lighted dark lantern
into his pocket, mounted the ladder, and slipped into the dry-room.
And there I stood staring at him, in that empty room; and there he stood with his dark lantern
, laughing at me.
He then lit a dark lantern
and pointed to a coffin.
Holmes picked one out, but it was as hard to read by the flickering fire, and he drew out his little dark lantern
, for it was too dangerous, with Milverton in the next room, to switch on the electric light.
The constable moved away, flashing as he passed the light of his dark lantern
, merely for form's sake, at the shop window.
A pickax and spade were lying in the bottom of the boat, with a dark lantern
, and a stone bottle of good Dutch courage, in which honest Sam no doubt put even more faith than Dr.