On the march each man carried his own rations in haversacks.
The men had no supper, or only such crumbs as were found in the haversacks.
From the haversacks they took the remnant of the food cooked that morning.
Three days' rations had been served and cooked, and stowed in haversacks.
See that the men have four days' biscuit in their haversacks.
"The men had better open their haversacks and eat a meal," Terence said.
Both of them began to eat from their haversacks, and they made a hearty meal of it.
Then with the rope he pulled up the coats and haversacks and dropped them outside.
Our monotony was released by chatting and munching the contents of our haversacks.
They draw forth from their haversacks pieces of dry tasajo, eating it raw.