It was thrown open by a score of Red Hats, who at that moment appeared entering the street.
The Hun, as the Red Hats loved to call the foe, would also play the game.
Not till then had I the slightest suspicion of what the Red Hats were after.
They were known to our soldiers as the “Red Hats”—the phrase not unfrequently coupled with a rude adjunctive.
Does the expression refer to any established use of such chairs by the wearers of "Red Hats?"
Considering the character of the times—and that Red Hats were in the Alameda—the last was the most likely.
The demand that existed in Medicine Bend for Red Hats of the picture sort Marion declined to recognize.
On espying the Red Hats they retreated in the opposite direction—going off even faster than they had been following me!
This brought a loud cackle from under one of the Red Hats in the front row.