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“It was calculated that they lost one half of their army on that disastrous night-march.”
“I at once understood that another night-march was in store for us.”
“On Saturday, the 3rd September, the hateful signal-gun awoke us at one A.M. In Arab travel there is nothing more disagreeable than the Sariyah or night-march, and yet the people are inexorable about it.”
“During our night-march we saw the fires of different Bedouin encampments.”
“Having there finished our last mouthful of food, we remounted, and following the plain eastward, prepared for a long night-march.”
“In the same way, though sleep remained for me the richest pleasure in the world, I supplied its place by the uneasy swaying in the saddle of a night-march, or failed of it for night after laborious night without undue fatigue.”
“The servants almost mutinied at the idea of a night-march, and at the very last moment old Sammy collapsed in a semi-genuine fit and had to be plied with gin before he could start.”
“Besides, at the end of a long night-march, and after bathing and drinking, he felt even more hungry than usual.”
“There came a cold clear dawn at the end of a long stumbling night-march.”
“Towards evening we got news of the rebels, and a night-march was ordered.”
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