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PostSubject: William Whitelock Lloyd   Mon Oct 11, 2010 10:01 pm

On Active Service. Zuluwar —. Late 24th Regt.

Lloyd had served with the South Wales Borderers in the Zulu War,1879,and had had some of his sketches published in the ILN, his letters are quoted by Atkinson in the South Wales Borderers Regimental History. On leaving the Army in1882 he worked as an illustrator and had somesuccess with a number of chromolithographically illustrated books drawing on his service.The images here relate to both Africa and the North West Frontier and generally have a slightly humorous slant, but always with a realistic edge.

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PostSubject: Re: William Whitelock Lloyd   Sun Oct 17, 2010 11:19 am

Doe's anyone have this book. Must admit, i did not know Lieutenant William Whitelocke Lloyd, served in the 24th Regiment of Foot during the war. So the book will show the events how he saw them. As CTSG would say based on fact....
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PostSubject: William Whitelock Lloyd   Sun Oct 17, 2010 11:33 am

Hi Dave .
I have just spent over an hour trying to locate this book . I did find two copies , one at the Royal Regt Of Wales on-line shop
for 100 quid Suspect . Another from a shop in Sth Africa which was a lot more expensive Suspect Suspect . It isnt
for sale at any of my normal haunts which makes me think ............ Christmas is coming and I have been a good boy ! 😕
If I'm not mistaken it's a heavy large book , so postage from the RRW museum shop to Australia will be high . So may strike
out at Christmas as well . Rolling Eyes
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PostSubject: Re: William Whitelock Lloyd   Sun Oct 17, 2010 11:37 am

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100 quid
Ouch!!! Thanks 90th but i'm only after a copy not the original.
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PostSubject: William Whitelock Lloyd   Sun Oct 17, 2010 11:46 am

hi Dave.
Forgot to mention I saw another copy quoted as a DE- LUXE copy at the Anglo Zulu War Historical Society ....................
Wait for it ...................... 850 Pds. Suspect . I have checked all the Ebay sites and nothing . So I think if you want a copy
you will be looking at the RRW on-line shop , as I said I'm fairly certain it's a heavy book , so postage mightn't be cheap
in the U.K either Mad . I suppose you can send the shop an email about the postage , at least you will know what your up for .
My only advice is make sure you are sitting when you read the reply . :lol!: :lol!: :lol!:
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PostSubject: William Whitelock Lloyd   Sun Oct 17, 2010 11:54 am

Hi Dave.
Surely you will be better off than me . I just checked through my old email folder and found an email from the RRW on-line
shop stating that it's ' A very weighty book ' and Air Mail to Aust is 30 Pds ! , Surface mail 8-10 weeks 15 Pds Suspect
That email was dated 2008 . I may be up for more nowadays . Suspect Suspect .
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PostSubject: William Whitelock Lloyd    Sun Jan 06, 2013 11:53 pm

Littlehand , good post . It's always good to put names to faces .
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