Leadership

THE RUSH OF AN ENGINE TO A FIRE.

Issue 6 and Volume 1881 7.

THE RUSH OF AN ENGINE TO A FIRE. You are sitting at tea when the alarm rings. You don’t know the Box, but yon rush out on the street and stare around you. In a moment the ominous rush comes on the ear. The horses canter out ot their stables; the Firemen, nimble as cats, leap to their stations, the wide doers are thrown open, three policemen dash out of No. 1 to see the start and bang! ding! whish! rush! Glang! crack! ding! away they go like a tornado. Crash! a baby may be burning. Bang! sleeping children maybe smotheiing. Ding, dong, ding! An old man, feeble and rheumatic, may be staggering in smoke. Look out! the strongman, blistered with flames, is yelling for his babies 1 Look out, then 1 look out 1 stand aside and let them pass. Here they come, like a storm. The Driver stooping…

Subscribe to unlock this content

Subscribe Now