Many circumstances combined to retard the wounded traveller in his way to the frontiers.
I doubt not that, with my help, you can attain to some one of the frontier garrisons.
Every true man on the frontier would shoulder his musket at the news; and, though no party may range so far into the woods as this, I shall perhaps encounter them in one day's march.
To this rendezvous the company sends annually a convoy of supplies from its establishment on the Atlantic frontier, under the guidance of some experienced partner or officer.
For this purpose, they set off with the first appearance of grass on the Atlantic frontier and push with all diligence for the mountains.
He had a frame seasoned to toils and hardships; a spirit not to be intimidated, and was reputed to be a "remarkable shot;" which of itself was sufficient to give him renown upon the frontier
She could get a whole army over the frontier
if she liked.
Jealousy and the ambition and intrigue of another officer had lost him the favor of his emperor, and he had been detailed to this frontier post as a mark of his sovereign's displeasure.
I had been a prisoner at the little frontier post for over a month, when orders came to Colonel Belik to hasten to the eastern frontier with the major portion of his command, leaving only one troop to garrison the fort.
Tell me," she went on, raising her quiet voice a little, "how came you to risk crossing the frontier
The official organs of the world allude to it, if at all, as an unimportant gathering called together to discuss certain frontier
questions with which England had nothing to do.
Then there are the Austrians, they are five hundred thousand if a man, and they are within ten marches of the frontier
by this time, under Schwartzenberg and Prince Charles.