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He points out an after an altercation between the two colonels and the commander of the Natal Native Contingent.

Could he have thought Melville was a Colonel.?

Source: Tasmanian News (Hobart, Tas. : 1883 - 1911), Tuesday 16 December 1884, page 3
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Another article from an Australian Newspaper which doesnt quit add up scratch
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True. But there's a little truth in many. Chinese Whispers! Very Happy
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Yes Littlehand Very Happy
Chinese whispers , these articles are always good to read , just goes to show how much of what actually went on , ISN'T or WASN'T reported as it should have been ! , similar to today I expect , much easier to embellish the truth somewhat though , back in those days ! Very Happy Shocked
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