Antonyms for out-posts

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In a little time the 71 Out-posts were driven in, and shortly after appeared their Colours flying.

When the out-posts are corrupted, what fort can remain unendangered?

They were the colonies and (as it were) the out-posts of Latin civilization.

He felt no fear now, as he had passed our lines, and was clear of those who kept watch on the out-posts.

Again he shot forward, waving its staff before him, to be seen by the Moorish out-posts as he advanced within their fire.

The clerks or officers in charge of these out-posts went to headquarters about the 15th of August with a half-sized canoe.

About three hundred reached the British out-posts, and joined the royal standard.

After a short time, Leslie drew in his out-posts, and began to fortify Portsmouth.

During the night there was a great deal of firing upon the out-posts.

He himself went to Attalus, and told him that he intended to attack the out-posts of the enemy.