I'll be hanged if I know anything about the matter, for I was all day trodden in the mud and ridden over by every scoundrel who had a horse.Hmm. Is there an Anglican application to that perchance? Who would be the foot soldiers? Who the scoundrels with horses? Lay and clergy? Priests and bishops?
Monday, 14 January 2008
The Humble Foot Soldier's Lot
Doing some cleaning up in the basement among my hobby stuff and found this British Soldier's Account of the Battle of Waterloo on a slip of paper among my war-gaming parephenalia:
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