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PostSubject: FORT AMIEL A HISTORY   Thu Mar 26, 2015 4:42 pm

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PostSubject: Fort Amiel, Newcastle and Rider Haggard   Fri Mar 27, 2015 5:17 am

Hi Chard,

Thanks for a very informative posting on the history of fort Amiel and  Newcastle. The pictures are priceless.
In the article I see mention was made too of Rider Haggard and  his  nearby farm, to the south of the town ; it was called Roy Point/ Mooifontein (1880)then and "Hilldrop" now. 
The Haggard farmhouse has been declared a national monument and has been converted into a very nice B & B. Inside it exhibits  Haggard memorabilia, much of it concerning his stays in  South Africa, but most interestingly, for me, also his time as secretary/ADC to Sir Henry Bulwer-Lytton, the Governor of Natal.

  

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