Five hundred horse with the Devonshire militiamen were in the van.
The militiamen with stretchers who were called up stood behind the officers.
The Smith County boys, along with the other militiamen, were in a fury of frustration.
It was big enough for him to hide in, but then he would be on the same level as the militiamen.
On the other was a plain merchant in command of no more than 4000 militiamen.
After this, the militiamen put a bridle on their tongues and disaffection was not hinted at.
The militiamen also volunteered, and rendered their full four years of service.
Ten of the militiamen were killed, while Scott did not lose a man.
The militiamen vied with one another to be ranked among the most intrepid.
About twenty militiamen were also captured in and about these houses.