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I remember a story once of how an Irish soldier in the British Army that was routed at Castlebar in 1798 was found drunk in the town some days after the battle (rebels must've been gone by then) and was court-martialed. When the Judge charged him with desertion he replied "beggin' your pardon your honour but t'was the army who were the deserters for I stayed where I was"
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