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PostSubject: Why take papers??   Thu Nov 17, 2011 4:22 pm

Are there any ideas as to why trooper Pearce took orders from Durnfords body??



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PostSubject: Re: Why take papers??   Thu Nov 17, 2011 5:24 pm

Who's knows. It might never of happened.
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PostSubject: Re: Why take papers??   Thu Nov 17, 2011 5:27 pm

24th wrote:
Who's knows. It might never of happened.
24th please read the below letter Idea

Dear Sir
Referring to yr. Advertisement wh. Appeared a few weeks ago in the Natal Witness respecting relics of the late Colonel Durnford. I write to inform you that I have in my possession a document which was picked up by my brother A. Pearse late trooper in the Natal Carbineers. It appears to be the instructions issued by Lord Chelmsford to the late Colonel on taking the field.
I have written to my brother to ascertain whether he is willing to part with it in the event of your wishing to have it in your possession.

Yours truly

F. Pearse







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PostSubject: Re: Why take papers??   Thu Nov 17, 2011 7:22 pm

Drummer Boy 14 wrote:
24th wrote:
Who's knows. It might never of happened.
24th please read the below letter Idea

Dear Sir
Referring to yr. Advertisement wh. Appeared a few weeks ago in the Natal Witness respecting relics of the late Colonel Durnford. I write to inform you that I have in my possession a document which was picked up by my brother A. Pearse late trooper in the Natal Carbineers. It appears to be the instructions issued by Lord Chelmsford to the late Colonel on taking the field.
I have written to my brother to ascertain whether he is willing to part with it in the event of your wishing to have it in your possession.

Yours truly

F. Pearse


DB14, where can i find a copy of this letter? is it extracted from a book or a website?



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PostSubject: Re: Why take papers??   Thu Nov 17, 2011 7:30 pm

Hi tasker

Isandlwana by Adrein Greaves.

The hereoism and trgady of the zulu war 1879 by Saul David.

Anglo zulu war historical society have a journel that mention it.


Hope this helps Idea


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PostSubject: Re: Why take papers??   Thu Nov 17, 2011 7:42 pm

Drummer Boy 14 wrote:
Hi tasker

Isandlwana by Adrein Greaves.

The hereoism and trgady of the zulu war 1879 by Saul David.

Anglo zulu war historical society have a journel that mention it.


Hope this helps Idea


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Yes it does thanks. I am sure their sources will be reliable.
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