In 1848, when I visited Germany last, you might just as well have navigated the Phlegethon in so far as pleasure was concerned.
The first round or circlet of the Seventh Circle is filled by Phlegethon.
The guns having been pointed at the stakes, the Phlegethon immediately returned the compliment with rockets and her pivot-guns.
The gallant Captain Loch expired on board the Phlegethon about forty hours after he had received his wound.
But the sweat of their great agony is wrung out from this their Phlegethon.
Onward he passed, over the flaming flood of Phlegethon, through the cloud-hung and adamantine portals of Tartarus.
The Styx, the Cocytus, and the Phlegethon present their waves to your acceptance.
No Phlegethon with torrents of fire surrounding and shaking Byron's Hell.
A step with them, and we were on the Phlegethon waters of the French Revolution.
Phlegethon (fleg'e-thon), in Greek mythology, a river of fire in the lower world.