Money, cocked hats and feathers, red coats and gold lace; all the fine things there are, ever were, or will be; will belong to us if we are true to that noble gentleman-- the best man in the world--carry our flags
for a few days, and keep
Gongs and drums, banners and flags
, are means whereby the ears and eyes of the host may be focused on one particular point.
Great crowds assembled, more especially in the dinner hour, in Madison Square about the Farragut monument, to listen to and cheer patriotic speeches, and a veritable epidemic of little flags
and buttons swept through these great torrents of swiftly moving young people, who poured into New York of a morning by car and mono-rail and subway and train, to toil, and ebb home again between the hours of five and seven.
That's a graveyard, and it's proper to muffle the drums and lower the flags
as we go by, and we'd better take off our hats, too; it's more respectable, I think.
Sigg judged it expedient to transfer her to the Siamese flag
In the grounds of the famous missionary consul, Pritchard, then absent in London, the consular flag
of Britain waved as usual during the day, from a lofty staff planted within a few yards of the beach, and in full view of the frigate.
Flutter, flutter, went the flag
, first to the right, then to the left.
I still kept the green flag
, with the dove worked on it.
and when they came to the chorus, all point to Rebecca's flag
The battle flag
in the distance jerked about madly.
living, at least unless death had struck Barbicane and his two friends since they had hoisted the flag
It made a poor flag
, and there was no wind to float it out, yet it was seen all around.