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PostSubject: Coghill's last diary entrey   Sun Dec 11, 2011 11:42 am

Does anyone know what the last entrey in Nevile Cogill's diary says or a book that tells me???



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PostSubject: Coghill's last diary entry   Sun Dec 11, 2011 9:41 pm

Hi DB14 .
I think its been posted on here before but dont know where . Charlie Pope's last entry is on here as well I posted it , it may be in the same thread ?.
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PostSubject: Re: Coghill's last diary entrey   Sat Dec 17, 2011 1:03 pm

Hi 90th

No luck, i can't find it anywhere Suspect

There is this


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PostSubject: Re: Coghill's last diary entrey   Wed Dec 21, 2011 1:24 am

A little bigger picture. Hope this helps.

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visited another portion of this Krantzy
valley but saw no one = Browne (1/24)
with 4 mounted men went out toward
the Izipeza mountain and on his way
home an attempt was made to cut him
off by some 30 men on foot and 8 on
horse back some shots were Exchanged
One of the enemy killed another badly
wounded and Brown + his men
returned safely to camp -- A patrol of
mounted volunteers + police went out under Major Dartnell
Natal Mounted Police to the same neighborhood as
visited by the General yesterday the previous day
and saw some 300 men making off in the
direction of the Koteni (?) bush probably on their
way to the kings place - directly they saw the
mounted men then turned back and ensconced
themselves in a stony Krantzy shouting to
us to come on. Our party being weak
remained watching them and sent for Lonsdales

Native Contingent who were patrolling the
neighborhood they all bivouacked out and sent
in to be supported as they had scene a large
body of Zulus on one of hills in their immediate
vicinity these supports left the
Isandlana camp at 3. a. m.


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PostSubject: Re: Coghill's last diary entrey   Wed Dec 21, 2011 1:08 pm

Thats Brilliant Idea Idea

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