a THE COUNTRY GENERAL."
took things in a rather leisurely way, and, like the great Napoleon, upended on the enemy for supplies.
Pa ia Pichai was anxious to carry out his orders to the letter, so hs hurried along a very rough route, over mountains and down rivers, with a large and scantily provisioned body of men, and reache ung
to c b Ivatn on the day appointed. Being utterly unaccustomed ^ lar*d, he found himself at the head of an undisciplined rabble, Ije 16 Haw were irritated into assuming an attitude of resistance. t[aw ^ e a stockade, taking up a position about 2 miles from the ences, and there he remained for more than a month, awaiting