was slightly wounded in one of his hands and it was decided to send him to the British lines together with all the other wounded prisoners, but he refused to be sent back.
But George, like the Irishman,
had a deal of pluck, and a big heart, and, above both, a great deal of chivalry.
The big prize fighter had made ready for the Irishman,
and for an instant it seemed that we would have another ending of the affair.