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Author:Sabine Baring-Gould [Baring-Gould, Sabine]

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Published: 2015-12-08T05:00:00+00:00

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The Fireman

There are certain men employed in iron-furnaces to work up the molten iron before it is run into moulds—these are called riddlers; they have huge rakes and spuds, which they strike into the smelted ore and work about, till all the earthy particles and those other things existing in hammered, but never found in cast iron, and the nature of which we hardly understand, are utterly burnt out. This life of the metal appears in keen scintillations on the surface, and, as soon as they are no longer visible, but the glowing matter preserves its uniform glare of ruddy white, the iron is considered quite dead, and fit to be run into moulds.

Now, in order that a man may be a good workman, he must become part and portion of his work, and fruit of his toil must, in like manner, become so intimately united to its artificer, that in it he should really, and not metaphorically, live.

 

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Author:Sabine Baring-Gould [Baring-Gould, Sabine] , Date: June 11, 2019

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Author:Sabine Baring-Gould [Baring-Gould, Sabine]

Language: eng

Format: epub

ISBN: 9780857068774

Publisher: Leonaur

Published: 2015-12-08T05:00:00+00:00
The Fireman

There are certain men employed in iron-furnaces to work up the molten iron before it is run into moulds—these are called riddlers; they have huge rakes and spuds, which they strike into the smelted ore and work about, till all the earthy particles and those other things existing in hammered, but never found in cast iron, and the nature of which we hardly understand, are utterly burnt out. This life of the metal appears in keen scintillations on the surface, and, as soon as they are no longer visible, but the glowing matter preserves its uniform glare of ruddy white, the iron is considered quite dead, and fit to be run into moulds.

Now, in order that a man may be a good workman, he must become part and portion of his work, and fruit of his toil must, in like manner, become so intimately united to its artificer, that in it he should really, and not metaphorically, live.

The sculptor casts his own spirit into his carving; so that, when the framer of the statue is dead as to his body, as to his soul he lives partly in Paradise, and that part of him which he has cast into the image exists therein still; so that for centuries the artist may still do good works, when his pious handicraft excites holy aspirations in others, and thus may reap the benefit of them; he cannot be accounted dead till his handiwork is utterly destroyed.

So also with the poet, whose soul is, in part, communicated to his writings, so as to live and move, and have its being in other men’s hearts, for many generations; and for every great and heroic act to which his words may impel them, he will reap his reward. Thus, alas! also, with the evil man of genius, whose soul, once imparted to his work, must remain fettered to it, till it has wrought out its full harvest of evil, when it will return loaded with those ghastly tare bundles to consume its reunited self.

The iron-workers are not quite ignorant on this score, but believe that their hopes of Salvation lie in the metal they work; and the hammered iron they find bend lithely to their will, but the molten iron to be dull and lifeless; so they have obtained a strange faith concerning the metal, which I propose illustrating. There were many puddlers engaged upon a vast mast of ore,

in a certain smelting furnace. You must know that none but the strongest and brawniest men can be employed on this work, for the fire eats into their bones and destroys them in a very few years, unless they are exceedingly powerful and healthy.

Peter Lundy was the largest made and most muscular man at the furnace, and he worked the glowing iron with gigantic force. His breast and arms were covered with dense black hair, and most of his features were similarly concealed; where they did show, they were coppered by the heat.

“Peter!” said another puddler,

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