But the halberds were levelled in vain.
"The Napoleon of Notting Hill" by Gilbert K. Chesterton
A platoon of guards in red and yellow, with gilded helmets and tasseled halberds.
"Space Viking" by Henry Beam Piper
In every quarter of the city, over the police stations, at which the thin halberd-armed guards are posted, are watch-towers.
"Fred Markham in Russia" by W. H. G. Kingston
Root-leaves large, halberd-shaped, and supported on stems six inches in length.
"The Field and Garden Vegetables of America" by Fearing Burr
Two others, being wounded with halberds, fell at the queen's feet, so that she was covered with blood.
"Fox's Book of Martyrs" by John Foxe
Twenty Objects, consisting of Halberds and Swords of various kinds.
"Rembrandt and His Works" by John Burnet
There was another order, followed by a close fusillade-like sound of the butts of halberds planted upon the floor.
"The King's Esquires" by George Manville Fenn
Soldiers carrying three-edged halberds.
"A Treatise on the Art of Dancing" by Giovanni-Andrea Gallini
They thrust us asunder with halberds, and then say we have parted by consent!
"Robin Tremayne" by Emily Sarah Holt
The Swiss guard stood to their halberds.
"Pilgrimage from the Alps to the Tiber" by James Aitken Wylie
Await we now the battle fray,
And mark the halberd's lightning play;
Behold on slipp'ry honour's strand,
Like "hope forlorn," the warrior band.
"The Watch And Ward." by Samuel Bamford
With halberds bare and doublets slashed,
Emblems that war will never cease,
Come martial guardians, unabashed,
And march afront the Prince of Peace.
"The Door Of Humility" by Alfred Austin
When the night-watch lounged through the quiet
With the stir of halberds and swords,
Not a bravo was there to defy it,
Not a gallant to brave with words.
"The Alcalde’s Daughter" by Madison Julius Cawein