We of the ninety-third enlisted to fight men with arms in their hands.
Dr. Caner died in England at the close of the year 1792 in his ninety-third year.
Such was the end of Plataea, in the ninety-third year after she became the ally of Athens.
Suddenly the order was given to the ninety-third to fall in.
But it hadn't been heaven; it had still been the middle of ninety-third Street and Christina was sitting in the dust thereof.
But with few exceptions the men of the ninety-third got very little.
The company of the ninety-third lost heavily, having one officer wounded and sixteen men killed or wounded.
The ninety-third, like a regiment previously mentioned, was raised and commanded by a Methodist minister.
"In his ninety-third year," added Mr. Mason, dryly, to his own sentence.
To the best of my recollection, he was the only officer of the ninety-third who received the clasp for Inkerman.