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In the morning, communication was established between the two camps and, it having been ascertained that the enemy had fled, in the greatest disorder, towards the Shatur-Gardan Pass leading down to Cabul, there was no prospect of further fighting.
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The winter was now setting in, and the Shatur-Gardan Pass might, any moment, be closed by deep snow.
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General Roberts, with an escort of cavalry, rode to the Shatur-Gardan Pass, and assured himself that the whole of the Afghan army had fled beyond this point.
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The chief himself, and four of his headmen, accompanied him as an escort and, a week after the pass was open, they started up the valley to the Shatur-Gardan; and thence descended into the Logan Valley, below, on the way to Cabul.
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He saw at once that, with a broken and disorganized army, he could not hope to resist the advance of the three British armies which, coming from Jellalabad, from the heights of the Shatur-Gardan, and from Candahar, would simultaneously advance upon his capital, as soon as the snows melted.
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Although the snow had only just melted on the Shatur-Gardan Pass, in the valleys below the heat of the sun was already great and, often as it poured down upon him, he lapsed into a state of semi-consciousness; and drowsily fancied that he was again in his canoe, tossing on the tiny waves, in the shelter of the reef.
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It was but twenty-four hours after the massacre that a well-mounted native, from Cabul, brought the news over the Shatur-Gardan Pass into the Khurum valley.
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On the same day, orders were sent to Brigadier General Massy-at that time commanding the field force in the Khurum valley-to move the 23rd Punjaub Pioneers, the 5th Ghoorkas, and a mountain battery to the crest of the Shatur-Gardan Pass, and to entrench themselves there.
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The 72nd then moved forward, and joined the 23rd Pioneers and 5th Ghoorkas on the Shatur-Gardan; and on the 13th General Baker arrived there, and took the command, but some time was needed before the advance could commence.
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The tribes in the Khurum valley, too-who had been kindly treated, and were well satisfied with the change of masters-furnished many animals for the transport of stores, as far as the Shatur-Gardan.
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The advanced party of the invading force moved down from the Shatur-Gardan Pass.
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Then a report came that the British had assembled, in considerable force, on the crest of the Shatur-Gardan; and were going to move on Cabul from that direction.
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Still, great numbers of the tribesmen were gathered round; and General Gough, with the 5th Punjaubee Cavalry, the 5th Punjaubee Infantry, and four guns, was therefore sent from Cabul to bring down, from the Shatur-Gardan, the garrison and all the stores accumulated there.
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Examples of Shatur-gardan

Example #1
The Afghans had abandoned all their guns, and even thrown away a great quantity of muskets, in their rapid retreats.
Example #2
The tents were brought up from the camp below, fires were lit, and the 8th encamped for the night.
Example #3
There was, therefore, no prospect of a renewal of hostilities before the spring.
Example #4
Great stores of flour and other provisions were discovered, in the various villages, and were divided among the troops.
Example #5
The troops were, for some time, kept hard at work lowering the captured guns and ammunition down to the valley.
Example #6
The rest of the force were to winter at Khuram.