Having now given some idea of picket service, I return to my own first experiences as field-officer of the day.
"It 's no use, sir," said the surgeon, to the field-officer who had called him to the spot.
Being now a field-officer, my name was placed on the roster of picket field-officers of the day.
Then he's so cripply that he could not have gone on in the service if he were not a field-officer.
I went the rounds with the field-officer, and how it was I didn't break my neck I cannot imagine.
The field-officer of the day is now announced by the orderly.
He was mounted on a horse which had belonged to a field-officer; and, though aged, still possessed much spirit.
You hate drill—parade—inspection—the adjutant—the wine committee—the paymaster—the field-officer of the day—and the major's wife.
A field-officer, who had been an observer of his conduct, ordered a party of his men to attempt his rescue.
The stranger entered first, and throwing aside his cloak and hat disclosed the undress uniform of a field-officer.