to keep them brisk and lively.
In fact, I completely went ahead of the fly that helped the coach up the hill by bearing down on the spokes of the wheels!
And now came the notice that the enemy were going at the double-quick towards their own right, having abandoned the whole of Ord's front and some of Humphreys'. We were not quite sure whether they might not contemplate an attack in mass on Humphreys' left, and so this part of our line was pushed forward with caution while Humphreys' right was more rapidly advanced.
We met sundry squads of prisoners coming across the fields, among them a forlorn band, with their instruments.
“Did you not see that band?”
said Rosie to me that evening, in great glee.
“Ah! I did see them.
I did them ask for to ”
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