A grammar of the Malagasy language : in the Ankova dialect by David Griffiths

By David Griffiths

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The troops returned the fire and Commandant Frans Robertse was hit in the arm. The war had begun. In December 1880 nearly 5,000 men, women, and children gathered at Paardekraal, a farm near present-day Krugersdorp, and proclaimed themselves to be free in a long manifesto which said in part: We therefore make it known to everybody, that on the 13th of December 1880 the Government has been re-established. Mr. S. J. P. Kruger has been appointed Vice President, and shall form with Mr. M. W. Pretorius and Mr.

All were elected. Even in war, most of the major decisions were made not by the commandant alone but by a krygsraad (council of war) which was usually attended by everybody in the commando. It was almost true, as was said, that every Boer was a general. When Piet Retief led his people out of Cape Colony, he took them to Natal, where in February 1838 he concluded an agreement with Dingaan, King of the Zulus, giving him and his voortrekkers a large tract of land between the Umzimvubu and Tugela rivers.

About five o’clock rain began to fall and the British huddled on a piece of rising ground while the Boers lay back and picked them off. At dusk some British reinforcements arrived, but they were too late. Seven officers and 69 men were killed and 3 officers and 64 men wounded. Under cover of darkness Colley retreated, leaving most of his wounded lying in the rain. The British suffered defeat in three successive engagements, but they were small affairs; no decisive battle had yet been fought. As the two armies sat facing each other on the Natal-Transvaal border, Colley made a careful study of the Boer position.

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