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Camps Quarters And Casual Places

Auhtor: Archibald Forbes

Language: english

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Review by Beth Cholette, June 2010


Rating: (*****)
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Excerpts from the Book 'Camps Quarters And Casual Places':

... we have women who, abnegating with equal solicitude the pleasures and dissipations of the world, find a more philanthropic opening for their exertions ...
... of killing salmon. Hint the faintest shadow of disparagement of any member of that noble and worthy house, and you make a life enemy of Geordie. ...
... in my min' for tae tak' the leddy tae the Brig o' Fochabers pool' an' wi' that I gied a kin' o' a respectfu' half-wink. The Duke was no' the kin' ...
... of Bavaria and Wuertemberg marching on the Rhine in line with the battalions of Prussia. The unity of Germany was not yet that consummation and ...
... beards and high cheek-bones there are everywhere! You have the kilt at every turn, in every tartan, and often in no tartan at all. Other men wear ...
... na 'h'uainn fhathast, Coignasgailean? Cha neil fios again'm lieil thusa air son tavigse thoirtorra, Cnocnangraisheag? Thig gus ain fluich sin ...
... guns would seem to sound the knell of possible employment of cavalry in battle. No matter how dislocated are the infantry ridden at so long as ...
... was now almost smartly dressed his beard was cropped, and his bristly poll brushed and oiled. If George had a weak spot in him it was for a simple ...
... to the Baileyguard itself. One archway alone stands-a gaunt commemorative skeleton-a pedestal for the statue of a noble soldier. It was from a chamber ...
... imagined presenting a more practical confutation of the ignorant calumny that the British army is composed of the froth and the dregs of the British ...
... by a sort of common impulse, I imagine. The landlady was already in hysterics the Vogt girls were pale but plucky. Presently the shells began to ...
... lost according to Gurwood, with De Lancey's papers when he fell at Waterloo but that they must have been issued is proved by the fact that they ...
... Camps, Quarters, and Casual Places REVERENCING THE GOLDEN FEET 1879 By Christmas 1878 the winter had brought to a temporary ...
... to halt, inspect details, and rectify perchance first impressions. A message came that the Kingwoon Menghyi, my host of the previous evening-substantially ...
... Lord, of Thy word, and remember Thy promise. Come to our aid when we are sore pressed, when the close grapple is imminent, when the enemy overmatches ...
... was on account mostly of the young lady's wilfulness. It bothered her to be engaged to the same man for more than from a week to ten days on end. ...
... of their opportune service), he added, 'It's time they gave those dappled gentry a chance.' Afterwards he asked, 'Has any one seen my regiment?' ...
... of gendarmes, who had arrived in St. Meuse with a trusty band of twenty-five subordinates to take over from the Germans the municipal superintendence ...
... of those of the dynasty that she would rather do nothing than incur the suspicion of having acted from an undue regard for dynastic interests, and ...
... not reach Meaux until midnight of the 19th, to learn that Bismarck and the headquarters had that day gone to Ferrieres. At 10 A.M. of the 20th he ...