On being discharged the projectile delivered the bullets in a shower somewhat after the fashion of case-shot.
Well steered; edge toward him, and when you fire bring your guns to bear right among his men with the case-shot.
The Surgeon, while examining, was torn away by case-shot: Kleist lay bleeding without help.
case-shot was formerly called “canister,” though the term now used occurs as early as 1625.
A jeer of derision greeted this insult, and a case-shot was immediately exploded among the clusters of red men.
The Texans sprang into rank, we jumped to our guns, and sent a case-shot tearing down through the woods.
They were gouged, dented, and bruised by case-shot that had struck and glanced sidewise.
The rude gaps torn by the shells and case-shot were closed as quickly as they were made.
There is less execution by a single bullet than by case-shot.
They went too far, however, got under a fire of case-shot, and lost a considerable number of men and horses.