All our efforts to find the pony being useless, I made up my mind to walk back to Balaklava.
I took his counsel, and at noon next day we dropped anchor at Balaklava.
Two days after, having travelled through forests and over mountains in order to avoid detection, I found myself at Balaklava.
I forgot to mention the sleeping arrangements of the "Balaklava."
I cannot, however, go to head-quarters till morning, as I have no pony at Balaklava.
The sun was already risen when I came out on the deck of the "Balaklava;" but where was the sun?
The event which this poem describes occurred at Balaklava in the Crimea, October 25th, 1854.
For the first two miles from Balaklava it was worked by a locomotive.
The harbor of Balaklava was but ill-suited for the requirements of a large army.
Some gentlemen are with her now—Doctor Henderson and your Balaklava chaplain.