By virtue of my office, I bid you take off that furca, and spare the life of your prisoner.
The shadows of distant peaks were lengthening over the furca Pass.
Seize that hooded kite, knaves, or I will hang every one o' ye on the furca ere the sun be two hours older!
We resolved to pursue a route through the furca pass, one of the most romantic and interesting of all the passes in Switzerland.
His hands were bound behind him, and over his neck was the heavy wooden collar or furca which was placed upon refractory slaves.
They hastily unbound the tired arms of Onesimus, and took the furca off his neck.
"The spell of her beauty and grace, rather," answered furca, with a grin.
Variations of this form of punishment are seen in the furca and in the "making a quadruped out of a man."
Yet, as will be seen in the text, the gallows or furca itself is no longer used.
One of the latter stopped, and politely inquired if the passage of the furca was obstructed by snow.