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20, Gen. Warren, having crossed the Tugela River with the bulk of his troops, ordered a frontal attack. Our men behaved splendidly under a GRAND RECONNAISSANCE 34 heavy cross-fire slight. Three for seven hours. lines of rifle fire* Our were casualties were visible along the Boer main position. (*The Second Ambuscade. ) (British War Office Bulletin, Jan. ) "Gen. " Butter. (Signed) (British War Office Bulletin, Jan. ) "Gen. Warren holds the position he gained two days The Boer position is on higher ground than ours ago.

The march (a) (b) (c) (d) (e) of: Infantry, alone, or of Cavalry, alone, or of Artillery, alone, or. of Infantry and Cavalry, or of Infantry and Artillery, or of (/) Cavalry and (g) Infantry, Cavalry and Artillery, Artillery, or of is indicated by the movement of any Chesspiece from a given point to an unoccupied adjacent point. The march of: (a) Cavalry, alone, or of (6) Artillery, alone, or of (c) Cavalry and Artillery, by the movement of any Chesspiece from a given point to an unoccupied point, not an adjacent is indicated point.

His troops are extremely well disciplined, he exercises them incessantly. Always himself at their head, they and with arms baggage marches of three hundred perform stadia with alarming expedition and making no difference to between He summer or winter, between fatigue and rest. " to takes a second until he is Apollodorus. The facility with which one familiar with the Strate- getic Art may make Grand Reconnaissance, even of an invisible theatre of action, and may evolve accurate de- ductions from a mass of inexact and contradictory reports is illustrated by the following practical examples, viz: GRAND RECONNAISSANCE 29 FIRST EXAMPLE.

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