These wore loin-cloths and turbans or red caps, but nothing more.
We quote this as the first notice we have met of the red caps of the fairies.
Do you mean to say that the Red Caps which hustles the King's baggage is dukes?
Only the Zouaves and the Turcos might now and then be recognised by their red caps.
Directly he had the blue and red caps out, and then the red one was fastened over the eye of the searchlight.
And he made the whistle roar and shriek in a way to have sent the red caps into the air a hundred miles away.
During my walk further along Broadway I came upon a meeting of Socialists in red caps.
On January 11th, some of the University students appeared at the theatre at Turin in red caps.
Very well, then wear it—wear three red caps, one over the other, only don't wear this one while I am away from you.
His people were in red caps and shirts, and appeared to be composed of the rakings of such places as Gibraltar, Cadiz and Lisbon.