Boards of highly paid, bonus-rich directors seem to be bunkered down behind a dithering yeomanry of press officers and media advisers as the regulatory cavalry charges in.
The yeomanry arrive, Gerard is killed, Lord Marney stoned to death by rioters, Morley shot, and the castle burned down.
The volunteer forces, especially the yeomanry , had been politically dependable.
The enclosing movement was attacked on various grounds. To its effects were attributed the disappearance of the yeomanry , using the words in the strict sense of farmer-owners.
Such were the sixty thousand trade unionists who met in St Peter's Fields in Manchester in August 1819 and were greeted by the yeomanry , who charged at them with sabres, killing 11 and wounding around four hundred.
Magistrates from the city claimed the rally was the start of a revolution, and unleashed the yeomanry on the unarmed and peaceful crowd, butchering 11 people and leaving over 400 wounded.
The Wiltshire Yeomanry, the oldest yeomanry unit in the British Army, paraded through Devizes on Sunday to celebrate ten years since it was granted the Freedom of the Town.
The yeomanry were a particular kind of cavalry.
When London needed yeomanry , police, militia or regiments to suppress the United Irishmen, the Fenians or the IRA, Orangemen were there.
It was a yeomanry regiment, I think perhaps the Warwickshires.