Then faction had destroyed his friends whom he believed to be its standard bearers.
All were later collected in a volume called The Standard Bearers, which met with a very cordial reception by readers and critics.
In a later book, The Standard Bearers, she tells various incidents which show how these men do their work.
They were followed by Captain Dundas' piper, two standard bearers, and their comrades of the Philomel.
The procession was headed by eight standard bearers, dressed in full white skirts, followed by eight more in red costumes.
And the procurator, having called the standard bearers, says to them: Why have you done this?
In The Standard Bearers, she tells of some of the special feats of early members of that now famous force.
These are quite heavy and the standard bearers change every few minutes.
Both gentlemen were, at the moment, in their red nightcaps, and might thus be considerd as the standard bearers of the combatants.
Behind the standard bearers came a drummer and the player on the shrill pipe or pito—chirimiya.