Revolters and mutineers; in admiralty law the same as enemies.
The Imperial army at the time did not number much more than the revolters.
The revolters did not wait after the attack, but set fire to the station and departed.
The papers next day, said one or two had been slain by this discharge, which actually came from the revolters.
The offending merchants were stigmatized as “Revolters,” and in Charleston their conduct was vehemently denounced.
He would send round to the islands and kill all the exiles, for they might join the revolters.
A rising even took place amongst the inhabitants who were clamorous to surrender, but Guiton had the revolters hanged.
But the revolters fixed their camps on high rocks, and by blowing of shells brought many fresh recruits to the struggle.
It has been, since, several times taken and retaken by tyrants and revolters.
The war still continued to rage in Hungary, where, however, the revolters were routed in many petty engagements.