On the left the foot-guards had bridged the ditch and were fighting hand to hand with the men from North Somerset.
The Brigade of Guards—the infantry of the household troops—comprises the five regiments of foot-guards.
Fifty foot-guards, with drums and trumpets, closed the procession.
The drumstick in the hand of the big black drummer of the first regiment of foot-guards was nothing to it.
The Duke of Ormond has got his regiment of foot-guards, I know not who has the rest.
First came two harbingers with wands; next a herald, followed by two pages and two trumpeters; then a hundred foot-guards.
At the end of two long lines of foot-guards stood the cart with a powerful black horse harnessed to it.
The procession passed through a double line of foot-guards, every seventh man bearing a torch.
He however leaped to his feet, and, as if in a great emergency, ehouted in the Macedonian tongue to the foot-guards to turn out.
In the house where I live six of the Prussian foot-guards were quartered.