There were only foure armed men in this brigandine: these did stand at the brigandines side to defend it.
The next moment a bullet struck against his brigandine, but without doing him any injury.
A brigandine was a coat of leather or quilted linen, with small iron plates sewed on.
(Jer. 46:4; 51:3), an obsolete English word denoting a scale coat of armour, or habergeon, worn by light-armed "brigands." The Revised Version has "coat of mail."