The records of a cavalry regiment during the Boer War 1899 - 1902

by Charles Burnett.  Warren & Son, Winchester, 1905


I — Dundee before the War
II — Talana Hill
III — The Retreat to Ladysmith, October. 1899
IV — Ladysmith during the Siege
V — Ladysmith during the Siege
VI - Ladysmith after the Siege, March, 1900
VII - The Advance to the Transvaal, May, 1900
VIII - Amersfoort, Bergendal, and Lydenburg, August, 1900
IX — Lydenburg and Middelburg
X — Christmas, 1900
XL - With General French to the Swaziland Border, February, 1901
XII — Back to Middelburg, April, 1901
XIII — With General Sir Bindon Blood's Columns, April to July, 1901
XIV — Wonderfontein to Vryheid
XV — The Slangappiesberg
XVI — Night Marches and Convoy Work
XVII — Night Marches in the Eastern Transvaal, January to March, 1902
XVIII — The Commencement of the Drives, March, 1902
XIX — Drives in the Eastern Transvaal, April, 1902
XX — Drives in the Free State, April to May, 1902
XXI — Peace


A — Extract from the Diary of an Officer
B — Roll of Officers, showing the Engagements at which they were present
C — Roll of N.C.O.'s and Men
D — List of Officers mentioned in Despatches
E — List of Officers, N.C.O.'s, and Men Killed and Died of Wounds
F — Strength of the Regiment
G — Officers with the Regiment in Ladysmith
H — Strength of the Regiment leaving Ladysmith
I — Strength of the Regiment at various dates
K — Increase and Decrease of Horses from 1st October, 1899, to 31st May, 1902
L — Duties performed by the Regiment at Manchester Fort
M — Special Natal Field Force Orders
N — Special Natal Field Force Orders
O — Proclamation to Inhabitants of South African Republic
P — Itinerary of Marches
Summary of Marches made by the Regiment


These can be seen on the 18th Hussars' page.