Fourthly, it was announced, that, on the second day, there should be a general tournament, in which all the knights present, who were desirous to win praise, might take part; and being divided into two bands of equal numbers, might fight it out manfully, until the signal
was given by Prince John to cease the combat.
And that was plainly the last signal
of danger, for the buccaneers turned at once and ran, separating in every direction, one seaward along the cove, one slant across the hill, and so on, so that in half a minute not a sign of them remained but Pew.
Close the door as I bade thee, while I make signals
to the fugitives that have left us, that they may learn this exploit from thy lips.
So at a signal
from him, the men rose up and smartly bent their bows for practice, while the knight was greatly astonished at the smallness of the their targets.
I placed myself near the door leading to the central staircase, and there waited for Ned Land's signal
A small brass cannon stood on the forward deck of the Tankadere, for making signals
in the fogs.
Just at the moment when they were taking the dainty animal from the spit, they saw Edmond springing with the boldness of a chamois from rock to rock, and they fired the signal
In fact, after taking a few drops of wine and a piece of bread, Charles, weary of waiting for death, had suddenly decided to go to meet it and had given the signal
See, he has something in his hand--he is holding it up as if it were a signal
The musket-men were drawn up in battle array, in a line extending on each side of his artillery, with orders to await the signal
of firing from himself.
On the morning of the 11th, the repairs being all finished, and the water casks replenished, the signal
was given to embark, and the ship began to weigh anchor.
Esmeralda had removed her red apron and was waving it frantically above her head; but Clayton, still fearing that even this might not be seen, hurried off toward the northern point where lay his signal
pyre ready for the match.