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Kruger and the Boer commandants are incurring more and more responsibility every day the war is prolonged, and they will have a long account to settle tvhen it. is over. It is clear that the Ooers are not in a position to hold British soldjpl's prisoners, and should deiiyer them up to Lord Roberts. AVe learn for instance, that those in the hands of the enemy at Machadodorp are without hoots and in a pitiful condition. Kept without proper or sufficient food, amid surroundings in which the most elementary laws of sanitation are ignored. British officers and men have a bad tiii-.o of it among the Boers. Their captor., however, look on with a light heart. Kruger goes round the burghers in their laagers at Middelburg exhorting them to fight until their last cartridge il spent.

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