A howitzer battery.
Arrived at the Cape on 24th February 1900, and got to Bloemfontein in April. In September 4 guns moved to Thabanchu. A section under Captain Mair was armed with two 12-pounder quick-firing guns, and having been attached to Colonel Le Gallais' force, took part in the successful action at Bothaville, 6th November 1900 (see Oxfordshire Light Infantry). A section worked with Colonel Barker and General C E Knox in the pursuit of De Wet towards the close of 1900. In 1901 a section with two 15-pounders was with Colonel Pilcher's column, one with a 5-inch howitzer with Colonel White, and one with a similar gun with Colonel Williams (despatch of 8th July and the Battery Records. See also 87th Battery).