Peter obeyed; the ruddy firelight
streamed over the floor.
Henry grunted with an intonation that was not all sympathy, and for a quarter of an hour they sat on in silence, Henry staring at the fire, and Bill at the circle of eyes that burned in the darkness just beyond the firelight
The groans of the wounded, mingled with the roaring and growling of the great beasts which the noise and firelight
had attracted, kept sleep, except in its most fitful form, from the tired eyes.
He sat on by the cheerful firelight
thrown from a bundle of green ash-sticks laid across the dogs; the sticks snapped pleasantly, and hissed out bubbles of sap from their ends.
The two sat in the firelight
a long time--the old, white- bearded Munchkin and the little boy.
To the beating of tom-toms, a lone warrior, crouched half doubled, leaped into the firelight
in the center of a great circle of other warriors, behind whom stood or squatted the women and the children.
The obscurity lent him courage to keep his eves fastened as ardently as he liked upon the girl who sat in the firelight
Now we see the glad face and glowing form of Joy, sitting merrily in the old chair, and throwing a warm firelight
radiance over all the household.
They all raised their heads to listen, and out of the forest into the bright firelight
stepped two strangely clad human figures clinging to one another.
The door of the little house opened, and a warm glow of firelight
flickered out into the dusk.
Just as the young giants' prahu came within the circle of firelight
a swarthy Malay approached the fire, dragging a white girl roughly by the arm.
It was a joyous reception the little party received when the blacks within the BOMA saw the long file of fettered friends and relatives enter the firelight