Marble pillars from Prague churches furnished the cannonballs.
One of the paynims' cannonballs has carried off both my legs below the knee.
We often threw three hundred cannonballs and shells a day into the city.
Near the left muzzle of the gun is a stack of cannonballs, wads, and a "passbox" or powder bucket.
And he kept up the defence of his fortress, continually battered by the besiegers' cannonballs.
Cannonballs are taken from hats; live ducks, rabbits, and a dozen tin vessels are drawn from one hat in rapid succession.
Our bullets and cannonballs have lengthened into bolts like those which whistled out of old arbalests.
Redbird's anger made White Bear feel as if one of the long knives' cannonballs had crushed his chest.
It was a new experience to us, to have cannonballs come rolling right into our camp occasionally.
Five hundred and twenty-five shells and cannonballs are hurled at the hurrying fleet.