Some had great coats,—others had blankets on their shoulders.
They had neither blankets nor great coats, yet this did not seem to disturb them.
They even come into the House in their great coats, and with boots and spurs.
In addition to their great coats, seventy rounds of ammunition and one day's cooked rations was carried by each man.
"No, it was when you were selling one of your great coats, if I remember right," retorted Meyler.
The field was strown with their great coats, knapsacks, rifles, and musical instruments belonging to their bands.
Great coats and cloaks, and hats and bonnets, were procured, and the party assembled.
Great coats will not be taken, but will be stored in tents or brigade stores, under charge of details left behind.
Some scarcely had any wrappings, let alone such heavy coverings as great coats and furs.
They wore their great coats and slept with their rifles in their hands, the officers being in rear.