In 1872 he would speak pathetically of his “Crimean muddle,” perplexed, as he well might be, by the intricacies of Inkerman.
He was adjutant of his regiment at the Alma, and at Inkerman.
Last night I finished reading aloud to Mr. Lewes the "Inkerman" volume, and we both thank you heartily for the valuable present.
Some rogues are and some are not, said Mr. Inkerman, when the laugh had subsided.
The French were sent down from Inkerman on a similar errand.
No, no, you may be sure of it; but in with Kate of Colonsay, giving the maid the bloody tale of Inkerman.
And look here, sir, the young man added, tell Inkerman not to spare any expense and to send his bill to me.
I remember hearing how, just before the battle of Inkerman——'
The battle of Inkerman was fought on the 5th of November, as the world will remember for ever.
As for his stories about Inkerman, and his little debts, she cared nothing about that.