Thunder of guns and rattle of musketry nearer, daily, bring fresh alarms.
He awaited, in an agony of suspense, the rattle of the musketry.
They are arranged as extensive tenements within, pierced for musketry, and only in some cases with terraces for cannon.
There fell so heavy a rain at that moment that the musketry was of no use.
The next morning we were awakened by the booming of cannon and clash of musketry.
It was from there that the musketry fire, which was growing hotter, had proceeded.
Bayonets clashed and musketry rattled; but our troops seemed to know that the end was near, and nothing could stay or resist them.
Soon the wood was ringing with shouts and cries and the sound of musketry.
The days passed quietly, with no fighting except an occasional rattle of musketry and now and then a cannon shot.
We went on to the bridge like a rattle of musketry and thundered across.