Kars, attack on, 332;march of the wounded prisoners from, 333.
It is distant thirty-five miles from Kars and eighty-four miles from Tiflis.
It was Kars who led, while Bill remained behind in command of the camp.
It was arranged, however, that we should proceed to Kars and Sarikamish.
It mattered very little to him if he were asked to cut an Indian's throat, or if he were told by Kars to attend Sunday-school.
One, a Crimean medallist, a defender of Kars, was down with fever badly.
On these matters he was discreetly reticent, and Kars was satisfied that it should be so.
The limits of this history do not allow of the detail of the defence of Kars.
Kars and Bill were seated apart under the shelter of a bush.
Thence he was passed on to Kars similarly attended, and thence to Erzroom.