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  • Yes | No | Report from dustin tillery wrote 44 weeks 3 days ago

    PA Police Target Pigeon Shoot

  • He thought that battalions of tanks, armored infantry, and armored ar - tillery from nondivisional pools could be flexibly attached to the headquarters, but this did not work out in practice.

    Steel Victory

  • * First Lieutenant J.B. B.ockenbrough; wounded at first Manassas; captain B.ltimore A.tillery, major of artillery A. N.

    The Story of a Cannoneer Under Stonewall Jackson

  • R.F.A., and the 14th and 23rd A.my Brigades, R.F.A. Only a part of these fired the creeping barrage, the 6th Divisional A.tillery, the

    A Short History of the 6th Division Aug. 1914-March 1919

  • [Illustration: too too tillere ilere tillere tilere too issele issele tse se se se s s s s se too tillery tillery oo villilil villilil too too illery ilery eh villia villia villia oo airvee ehu, etc.]

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 2, No. 14, December 1858

  • And the Captain here was sent along of the infantry party to jine up a lineback to the 'tillery brigade headquarters.

    Okewood of the Secret Service

  • Mounted Infantry, Damant's Horse, and four guns of the 7th R.F.A. His lieutenant, Keir, commanded the 28th Mounted Infantry, the A.tillery

    The Great Boer War

  • The army detachment, under General John A. Quitman, consisted of the Georgia, A.abama, and South Carolina infantry, and a squadron of the Second Dragoons under command of Major Benjamin Lloyd Beall, and a section of the Third A.tillery under Lieutenant Henry Bethel Judd.

    General Scott

  • Besides the naval battery, there were several army guns mounted in a breastwork and served by a battalion of A.tillery, under the command of Major A. Drewry, who was the owner of the bluff, and from whom the place took its name.

    Life of Rear Admiral John Randolph Tucker

  • "If so be," replied Jack, "as there vos henny har tillery in the vay, it might urt the missuses jam pots, seein as 'ow we can't be much hover a mile from them, from this' ere place."

    Ridgeway An Historical Romance of the Fenian Invasion of Canada

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