Book format: An electronic version of a printed book that can be read on a computer or handheld device designed specifically for this purpose.
Publisher: RareBooksClub.com (10 July 2012)
By: Thomas Bailey Aldrich (Author)
This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1895 edition. Excerpt: ...was not to constitute a capture, but, on the contrary, was to be considered a dishonorable and cowardly act. The North-Enders, on the other hand, agreed to give up the fort whenever ten of the storming party succeeded in obtaining at one time a footing on the parapet, and were able to hold the same for the space of two minutes. Both sides were to abstain from putting pebbles into their snow-balls, nor was it permissible to use frozen ammunition. A snow-ball soaked in water and left out to cool was a projectile which in previous years had been resorted to with disastrous results. These preliminaries settled, the commanders retired to their respective corps. The interview had taken place on the hillside between the opposing lines. General Harris divided his men into two bodies: the first comprised the most skillful marksmen, or gunners: the second, the reserve force, was composed of the strongest boys, whose duty it was to repel the scaling parties, and to make occasional The Commanders sallies for the purpose of capturing prisoners, who were bound by the articles of treaty to faithfully serve under our flag until they were exchanged at the close of the day. The repellers were called light infantry: but when they carried on operations beyond the fort they became cavalry. It was also their duty, when not otherwise engaged, to manufacture snow-balls. The General's staff consisted of five Templars (I among the number, with the rank of Major), who carried the General's orders and looked after the wounded. General Mat Ames, a veteran commander, was no less wide-awake in the disposition of his army. Five companies, each numbering but six men, in order not to present too big a target to our sharpshooters, were to charge the fort from different points,...
How to Cure IBS: An Essential Guide to Treating the Symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Getting Rid of IBS for Good 15 DIVISION 44 Infantry Brigade Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) 4/5th (Angus and Dundee) Battalion (Territorial) and Black Watch (Royal Highlanders) ... 1919 (First World War, War Diary, WO95/1937) Representative Georgians: Biographical Sketches of Men Now in Public Life (Classic Reprint) Starting Skills: Vocabulary and Grammar Pt. B (Skills in English) Teacher's Book The Golf Journal: 150 page lined notebook/diary Rodney Stone (Cambridge Scholars Publishing Classics Texts)
Size 14 Is Not Fat Either (Heather Wells Mysteries) Attacking the King (A Batsford chess book)