By Hugh Edward Millington Stutfield

ISBN-10: 0559209142

ISBN-13: 9780559209147

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The Mohammedans regard the slaughter of any animal as a sacrifice to Allah, and if this sacrifice is performed by an infidel, the Ëesh is necessarily unclean. At first we tried cutting the throats of the partr idges ourselves, but the stricter among our servants were not satisfied with this, and insisted on having the opération performed by a Moor. M* Ride through Marocco. i9 borrowing my knife for the purpose, however, and finished by stealing it. nd as we were getting tired of the

A fourth shot was better aimed, and, striking the right man in the body, he feU dead instantly. One of the murderers was likewise badly wounded in the fray. The second viotim was oonveyed to a house, where he died in two hours. The head of the woman was wrapped up in some coarse sacking, and the body carried past us on a bier; the other corpse 1 saw lying in a small inclosure, covered with a jelab drenohed in blood. A hole was dug in the Soko, and both were interred in the most casual fashion imaginable.

Having the soldier with us, we were travelling under government protection, and the sheikh, or chief of every place where we encamped, would be held responsible for any loss On the second or harm whioh might befall us. morning after our arrival, a messenger arrived to say that the Wad el Koos was still unfordable owing to the heavy rains, and that the ordinary was therefore route to Wazan impracticable. we took another road, in an easterly Accordingly, direction through the hilly country to the left of 48 El the Djebel Sarsar, a high oonical mountain lying to the south-east of Alcazar.

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