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1  One feels the need of some relief after it.
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2  There are only two sorts of soldiers: old ones and young ones.
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3  The young ones carry pistols and cartridges; the old ones, grub.
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4  You can tell the young ones by their wildness and their slashing.
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5  One of them ought to be bolted at the bottom; but the bolt's gone.
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6  One of them is a hero, another a buffoon, another a humbug, another perhaps a bit of a blackguard.
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7  The old ones come bunched up under the number one guard: they know that they are mere projectiles, and that it's no use trying to fight.
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