In other cases bands of Rebels scoured the country, went to the house of every home-guard, and took away his musket.
This home-guard was placed under command of the king in person.
Maybe enlisting in the home-guard will prove a wise step for the first one.
We looked to see the militia fire and run, home-guard fashion; but these men of Pickens's were made of more soldierly stuff.
The regular members of the home-guard regiment were collected from the country for miles around.
I have made the mistake of putting you in the home-guard brigade and classing you fifty years behind your times.
They are of the more conservative "home-guard" element and characterized by the psychology of all factory workers.
I answered, "I belong to the home-guard company in the bend: hurry, or they are gone."
They volunteered also to form a home-guard for the defence of the city, and to help keep him in office.
I would not permit any European to go with me, but two of the home-guard (Southern) Indian men were to accompany me as before.
A resident of a place; native; local (1900s+ Circus & hoboes)