At times, their rage and despair took the semblance of grinning mirth; and whenever the red flag
of the pestilence was hoisted over another and yet another door, they clapped their hands and shouted through the streets, in bitter mockery: "Behold a new triumph for the Lady Eleanore!"
A mounted Crow galloped past the camp, bearing a red flag
. He reined his steed on the summit of a neighboring knoll, and waved his flaring banner.
One of the girls had read somewhere that a red flag
was the proper symbol for oppressed workers, and so they mounted one, and paraded all about the yards, yelling with rage.
Yes, it was delightful; and the little maiden showed the boy everything; and the Elder Tree still was fragrant, and the red flag
, with the white cross, was still waving: the flag under which the old seaman in the New Booths had sailed.
In the far distance the red flag
was waving on one of the putting greens.
Two of those boats (which by our glasses we could see were English) outsailed the rest, were near two leagues ahead of them, and gained upon us considerably, so that we found they would come up with us; upon which we fired a gun without ball, to intimate that they should bring to: and we put out a flag of truce, as a signal for parley: but they came crowding after us till within shot, when we took in our white flag, they having made no answer to it, and hung out a red flag
, and fired at them with a shot.
he pecks --he tears the vane --pointing to the red flag
flying at the main-truck -- Ha!
Father was branded as a nihilist and an anarchist, and in one cartoon that was copied widely he was portrayed waving a red flag
at the head of a mob of long-haired, wild-eyed men who bore in their hands torches, knives, and dynamite bombs.
Several other men had dropped in, and the air was thick with tobacco smoke, when Brissenden waved the red flag
Under the auspices of the three, the bottled ale and the Madeira were promptly disposed of; and when (the horses being once more put to) they resumed their seats, with the case-bottle full of the best substitute for milk-punch that could be procured on so short a notice, the key-bugle sounded, and the red flag
waved, without the slightest opposition on Mr.
Over the door of almost every dwelling a red flag
was fluttering in the air.
it would be a bad thing if I could not muster many a Hamptonshire man who would be ready to strike in under the red flag