We can put him in the guardhouse up at camp till we have a chance to get the township authorities up here.
I suppose you'll have to go to the guardhouse to explain about the prisoner," she rather stated than asked, turning to Sergeant Mullins.
Sergeant Mullins laughed boyishly, saluted smartly, and turned on his heel to follow the boys who were fast bearing the prisoner to the guardhouse and from there to the just punishment that had been so long in overtaking him.
Billet had stood on the guardhouse roof to reach the chain well up; he slid down where he found Pitou, who had reached the spot he knew not how.
N I hate him, too--sending me to theguardhouse every whip-stitch!
We visited the site of the intended foreign settlement, where we found bonded warehouses, a custom-house, a guardhouse and a palisade being erected, the object of the latter being to cut off the foreign residents from the city.
Some officials in a guardhouse on the bank shouted to us to go back, but we pushed straight ashore, and I ascended the steps to demand the reason of this obstruction.
So we passed on into the town to the governor's house and laid a complaint in due form against the over-zealous guardhouse keeper.
The soldiers and a Dominican monk who had sought shelter from the rain in the guardhouse extolled this as a great miracle.
Have you seen the owl in the cage in front of the guardhouse at the gate of the hospital?
Tis best you curb your tongue," he snarled, "or I will have you in the guardhousewith De Artigny.
The only light visible was a dull glow of embers before the guardhouse near the center of the parade, which revealed a group of soldiers on duty.
When practicable, there should always be an officer or noncommissioned officer and two privates of the guard at the guardhouse in addition to the sentinels there on post.
As the new guard approaches the guardhouse the old guard is formed in line at the carry saber, its buglers 3 yards to its right; when the buglers at the head of the new guard arrive opposite the left of the old guard its commander commands: 1.
During the temporary absence from the guardhouse of the sergeant of the guard, the next in rank of the noncommissioned officers will perform his duties.
The commander of the new guard then has his own guard fall out, takes possession of the guardhouse and verifies the articles in charge of the guard.
If there is any doubt as to the relative qualifications of two or more soldiers, the inspecting officer will cause them to fall out at the guardhouse and to form in line in single rank.
Should he leave the guardhouse for any purpose he will turn the keys over to the noncommissioned officer who takes his place.
The sergeant of the guard is responsible at all times for the proper police of the guardhouse or guard tent, including the ground about them and the prison cells.
When mattresses are not supplied, each prisoner in the guardhouse will be allowed a bed sack and 30 pounds of straw per month for bedding.
Whenever a prisoner is sent to the guardhouseor guard tent for confinement he will cause him to be searched, and will, without unnecessary delay, report the case to the officer of the day.
He will not allow prisoners to pass into the guardhouse until the corporal of the guard has responded to the call and ordered him to do so.
Thus, the sentinel at the guardhouse challenges and repeats the answer to the corporal, as prescribed hereafter (Par.
The commander of the guard will inspect all meals sent to the guardhouse and see that the quantity and quality of food are in accordance with regulations.
When officers of different rank approach the guardhouse from different directions at the same time, the senior will be advanced first, and will not be made to wait for his junior.
The commander of the new guard then takes possession of the guardhouseand verifies the articles in charge of the guard.
He will allow none to cross his post leaving the guardhouse except when passed by an officer or noncommissioned officer of the guard.
To dismiss the old relief, it is halted and faced to the front at the guardhouse by the corporal of the new relief, who then falls out; the corporal of the old relief then steps in front of the relief and dismisses it by the proper commands.