I threw myself from the saddle, and led my knocked-up steed towards him.
I was very tired, having walked nearly twenty miles, and having to drive two knocked-up horses.
My brother, Sweeney, and Pierre were behind with the knocked-up horses, trying to get them along.
Proceeded very slowly with the knocked-up horse to the Depot; he appears to be very ill, and is looking very bad this morning.
Leaving the knocked-up horse behind, proceeded to the Fanny, and camped.
Sent out and had the other three knocked-up horses brought in all right.
The knocked-up sheets are counted off—thin paper in hundreds, thick paper in fifties.