There were epithets and recriminations, accusations, counter-charges, oaths.
There it stood—his own accusation and the counter-charges urged against him.
Charges and counter-charges were made, and the slain were many on both sides.
In France it was all the heat and no light, charges and counter-charges, lies and counter-lies, confusion and corruption.
Back and forth flew claims, charges and counter-charges as to the ownership of the seat.
On the charges and counter-charges of cruelty bandied between white men and red, I have nothing to say.
As for the counter-charges of the appropriation of Piedmont and of Switzerland, they were but trifles not worth mentioning.
There was no new way of being killed—nothing to break the ghastly monotony of charges and counter-charges.
He saw the charges and defeats, the counter-charges and the continued carnage, and the final cavalry onset made by the rebels.
There would be counter-charges and you would be much delayed—perhaps even till after midnight to-night.