The rays of the new moral Drummond light were first concentrated to a focus at Paris, to illuminate the universe.
"We don't need a Drummond light to see what ails Jimmy," said Jack, quietly.
The Drummond light of Freedom burns brighter in the diminished distance.
The Drummond light had raised thoughts and hopes of vast improvements in public illumination.
"torch that burns calcium oxide (lime) and gives off intense white light," 1854, named for Scottish engineer Capt. Thomas Drummond, R.E., (1797-1840), who invented it c.1825.