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 APPORTIONMENT OF EXPENDITURE Zulu War.

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PostSubject: APPORTIONMENT OF EXPENDITURE Zulu War.   Sat Dec 15, 2012 9:07 pm

I think yes. they should have contributed, as they reaped the benefit!!!

SOUTH AFRICA—THE ZULU WAR—APPORTIONMENT OF EXPENDITURE.
HC Deb 10 June 1880 vol 252

MR. J. W. BARCLAY
asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer, Whether he intends to cause any investigation to be made into the details of the expenditure in South Africa connected with the Zulu War; and, whether arrange- 1603 merits have yet been made as to the share of the expenses of the war to be borne by the Colonists?

MR.GLADSTONE
Probably my hon. Friend is not aware that a financial investigation was made by a Committee appointed for this purpose by the late Government, and that the Report of the Committee has been presented to the House. I am not aware whether I can add anything to the statements in that Report. With regard to the share of the war expenses to be borne by the Colonists, a correspondence is going on upon the subject. A certain amount of progress has been made towards the settlement of a basis; but I am not able to say that any final conclusion has been reached.

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PostSubject: Re: APPORTIONMENT OF EXPENDITURE Zulu War.   Sat Dec 15, 2012 9:37 pm

Very Happy First Anglo-Boer War or the Transvaal War, was fought from 16 December 1880 until 23 March 1881.

Don't forget you still need to pay your monthly installments for the cost of the Zulu War.
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PostSubject: Re: APPORTIONMENT OF EXPENDITURE Zulu War.   Sat Dec 15, 2012 9:44 pm

THE ZULU WAR—COLONIAL EXPENDITURE.
HC Deb 17 June 1880 vol 253

MR. E. N. FOWLER
Asked the Under Secretary of State for the Colonies, If he will state to the House the amount of the sum alluded to in Lord Kimberley's Despatch to Sir H. B. Frere, No. 4, where it is stated "that the war cost the Colony a great sum, which has been already paid?

MR. GRANT DUFF
Sir, the Colonial Budget for the current year shows that the total war expenditure paid by the Government of the Cape of Good Hope to March, 1880, has been as follows:—Raised by loan, £750,000; from current revenue, £715,000; total, £1,465,000. Further estimated payments expected to be brought to account to June 30, the end of the financial year, £20,000; total, £1,485,757.


SOUTH AFRICA—THE ZULU WAR (EXPENSES).
HC Deb 17 February 1881 vol 258

MR. GOURLEY
Asked Mr. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Whether Her Majesy's Government are now in a position to make a complete statement concerning the cost of the Zulu War, together with the proportion which the Governments of the South African Colonies 1079 have expressed their willingness to bear?

MR. GLADSTONE
Sir, I am afraid I should be going beyond the limits of an answer were I to make a full statement of the financial liabilities incurred by this country in connection with South Africa. But, so far as the Zulu War is concerned, what I have to say is, that the estimate that was made last year by my right hon. Friend—rather, it was a statement, it was hardly an estimate— but it was a full estimate of the actual expense, which is likely to fall somewhat short of £5,000,000. Against this there is the sum of £250,000 expected to be paid by the Colony of Natal; but they will have to raise money by way of loan, which they have in contemplation. The other particulars of the financial state of South Africa had better be reserved until the time comes for making the Financial Statement.

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PostSubject: Apportionment Of Expenditure Zulu War    Sat Dec 15, 2012 9:59 pm

HI Littlehand .
Going back I remember 1 of my earlier posts when I first joined the forum was the details of the expenditure of the AZW taken out of ' Narrative Of The Field Operations Connected With The Zulu War ' . So if anyone has the book they can repost it or check the search box .
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PostSubject: Re: APPORTIONMENT OF EXPENDITURE Zulu War.   Sat Dec 15, 2012 10:04 pm

Remember that post, but there was no mention of the Colonies, being asked to pay. But it seems they were ok with it... Should have deducted the cost of the war, from Frere & Chelmsfords wage's.
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PostSubject: Apportionment Of Expenditure Zulu War    Sat Dec 15, 2012 10:05 pm

Hi OH2 .
Agreed , Lol.
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