Lieut. Col. J.T.B. Brown, C.B. R.A. Landed at Durban (22nd March) in command of reinforcements, and proceeded to join Wood’s Column, then at Khambula. Was detained a short time in temporary command at Utrecht, and while there was ap pointed to command the Artillery, 2nd Div., consisting of Harness’s, le Grice’s, Owen’s, and Tremlett’s batteries, and Alexander’s Ammunition Column, attached to Gen. Wood’s force. joined Newdigate’s Div. at Landman’s Drift, 9th May, and marched with it in command of the Artillery to Ulundi and back, being present at the action on the 4th July.
Extracts from Mackinnon & Shadbolt's South Africa Campaign of 1879