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The regiment was destined to operate in the Khuram valley, under the command of General Roberts.
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Khuram valley, itself, is bare and monotonous.
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On the 25th the advanced force crossed the pass, which was a gentle slope and offered no great difficulty and, at night, encamped at the Khuram fort, which had been evacuated by the enemy.
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At Khuram there are two forts, the one 120 yards and the other 100 yards square.
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This place was made the headquarters of the forces in the Khuram valley.
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With but a small force of cavalry at his command, the general could do nothing; and so returned to Khuram, and determined to hurry up the troops faster than he had intended, so as to capture the guns reported-as was afterwards proved, falsely-to have been left behind by the Afghans.
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The sick and all superfluous baggage were left behind at Khuram and, on the 28th, the troops moved at daybreak; the two brigades marching in parallel columns.
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I was not going to say anything about it, because I should have been kept in hospital, and left behind at Khuram; but I have hardly known how to march, the last few days.
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The rest of the force were to winter at Khuram.
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It was known that there was another pass from Ali-Kheyl into the Khuram valley, by the south.
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The road lay down the Hurriab river, till the Khuram river was reached; and then along the right bank, passing through the village of Kermana; after which it turned up a narrow road, for two miles, till an open plateau was reached, at the farther end of which stood the village of Sappir.
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After a halt, for a day or two, the column marched to Khuram, where it encamped.
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From the lower end of the Khuram valley runs off another valley, known as the "Khost.
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On the return of the force to the Khuram valley, a wing of the Norfolk Rangers was sent up to reinforce the troops stationed on the top of the Peiwar-Khotal; as the Jajis and Mongals had been gathering in large numbers, and threatening an attack on that post.
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The 3rd Sikhs, with two guns, moved to the left in the Khuram Valley.
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The object was to cross by the Zolaznu Pass, to punish two of the hostile tribes on the other side; to effect a meeting with the Khuram column; and to concentrate and operate against the Chamkannis, a tribe of inveterate robbers.
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The force then moved on to Esor, where helio communication with the Khuram column had been effected and, that day, Sir William Lockhart and Colonel Hill-who commanded it-met.
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Examples of Khuram

Example #1
The advanced column of this division consisted of the 7th company of Bengal Sappers, the 23rd Bengal Pioneers; a battery of horse artillery, one of Royal Artillery, and two mountain batteries; a squadron of the 10th Hussars, and the 12th Bengal Cavalry.
Example #2
The defects of the transport were aggravated, as the time went on; and the Norfolk Rangers fared much better than some of the troops which followed them.
Example #3
With the exception of fruit trees planted round the villages, scarce a tree is to be found; but each village is marked by a huge chunar-or oriental plane-beneath which the villagers rest during the noonday heat.
Example #4
On the hills around a considerable number of sheep were seen grazing; but the natives did not care about selling these which, indeed, belonged for the most part, not to the Turis-the tribe which inhabit the valley-but to nomad Ghilzais who, like the Swiss shepherds, move about with their charges among the mountains, wherever fodder is to be obtained.
Example #5
The buildings-which would have been useful for the troops-had, however, been wrecked by the Turis; who have a deadly hate for the Afghans-their masters-and who were also animated in their work of destruction by a desire to obtain wood, which is exceedingly scarce there.
Example #6
On the 24th the headquarters, with the cavalry and two regiments, moved forward ten miles and encamped at the south end of the Darwazi Pass-the road leading to open, broad valleys, covered with dwarf palms, and wholly uncultivated.