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Tempers, however, brightened at sunrise, and by the time the hundred men under the command of Captain Cartwright and Lieutenants Fraser and Maycock arrived at the Tipperary station every one was in a good-humoured, contemptuous frame of mind.
There had been Albert Swain and Charlie Smedley, Bob Maycock and George Chislet, as well as Peter Foster, who had sometimes brought his harmonica along and played a few of the old songs.
Later they were joined by Will Tanner and Bob Maycock and then by George Chislet who got about with the aid of a pair of walking sticks.
The men sat listening quietly, with the exception of Bob Maycock who started on about Peggy Macklin again.
Albert Swain did up his bootlace and glanced at Bob 496 Maycock who had not moved.