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the e▓nemy near391 Abu Klea wells,▓ but too late for fighting that day.At


9 a.●m.the following day, square was formed▓ with camels in the centre, the▓ front

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angles being formed by the Mounted In▓fantry, the Guards Camel Regimen▓t, with the Artillery between, and the rear ang●les by the

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Heavy Camel Regiment and t▓he Royal Sussex Regiment, with the ●Naval Brigade in the middle of▓ the rear face.The cavalry were left

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free to ac▓t outside; the sick and baggage wer▓e left in a zareba guarded by s●ome of the Royal Sussex; and the● square, covered b


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y skirmishers, then advan●ced against the enemy’s line, which was ●some half mile long, and marked by flags.Thoug▓h the skirmisher

s helped to check▓ the enemy’s fire, which had already caused cas●ualties, they were in the way of the defens●ive power when the Arab rush was made.● It was executed with “lightning rapid●ity, and into gaps formed by the l●agging back of the camels the● Arab spearmen poured.The fight w▓as sharp and desperate.” Withi●n the squa

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ry, and on the 16th go

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en.They advanced▓ at a quick, even pace, as if ▓on parade.” And this before● the breechloading fire! The “fine old Sheikh ▓on horseback,” who planted his banner in th●e middle of the broken square, had ad▓vanced “with his banner in one hand ▓and his book of prayers in th

e other.” He ▓“never swerved to the right ▓or left, and never ceased chantin▓g his prayers until he had planted his banner i▓n our square.” Such bravery is worthy ●of all admiration, and well may Sir Charles Wils●on say, “If any man deserved ●a place in the Moslem paradise, he did.” ●It was sheer hard hand-to-hand work ▓for a brief space, and then the● square re-formed, with its l