The Rebellion of 1815

The Rebellion of 1815

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1902 edition. Excerpt: co-operate with the Caffers, and to come down, in order to drive the soldiers to Algoa Bay? 132. Did you not state that to me at Bruintjes Hoogte? 133. Was this conversation with Hendrik Prinslo before or after your appointment as Provisional Field-Cornet? 1816. 1815. Answer: No; I broke off the discourse with him. Answer: It may be, though I don't now recollect that he said so, but my wife said that he talked so much that perhaps he might entangle himself.. Answer: I was then Provisional Field-Cornet. 134. Could you remark that Hendrik Prinslo had any part in the intended rebellion? 135. Could you not also have rode away, under the pretext of going to fetch victuals, or something else of that kind? 136. What wa3 the reason of your mentioning in the commanding letters to bring four days' provisions? 137. Why did you yourself deliver the letters addressed to Major Fraser and Ensign McKay, to the latter? Vol. I. Answer: From his conversation one would suppose so; I thought so. Answer: Yes; 1 was close to my house, but I remained there in order to dissuade them from more violence, which Bezuidenhout would otherwise have been guilty of, for he would have induced the people to fire on the troops. Answer: In order to relieve them at the expiration of that time 'by others, and because I wanted to ride in the meantime to the Deput' Landdrost van de Graaff. Because I had not anybody to send with them. 138. As it appears from youi own Answer: Yes; and therefore acknowledgment that you I requested pardon, when I brought the people whom you surrendered myself. had commanded to be on their guard against the Caffers, among a rebellious mob, who expected the Caffers for their assitanc, that you took an oath to be faithful to them, and remained with them more

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  • English
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  • 9781236532978