Talk about the Black-hole of Calcutta, why it was nothing to this!
Norman said he would not let him go into the black-hole, so he has got him out of doors.
I have a mind to consign thee to my black-hole, and to have thee shot in the morning.'
A man escaped from the black-hole, who had been condemned to remain in it during the war, for attempting to blow up a ship.
On the tenth day Robinson tried to exchange a word with a prisoner in chapel, and for this he was taken to the black-hole.
The black-hole cells were beneath the prison, and we broke through the floor, into one of them, from our bay.
The crib in which I was confined was as dark as pitch, and, as I soon found, as hot as the black-hole in Calcutta.
Mr. Hawes, was he sent to the black-hole for doing what the chaplain had set him to do by way of a moral lesson?
Was this prisoner sent to the black-hole merely for writing his life by the chaplain's orders?
The most surprising matter in the whole business is, that Sir Hudson did not instantly send the blusterer to the black-hole.