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THE RECORD OF A REGIMENT OF THE LINE BEING A REGIMENTAL HISTORY OF THE 1ST BATTALION DEVONSHIRE REGIMENT DURING THE BOER WAR 1899-1902

By Colonel M Jacson
London: Hutchinson & Co. Paternoster Row 1908

Contents

Preface by Lt Gen W Kitchener
I. Events leading up to the siege of Ladysmith
II. Siege of Ladysmith
III. Events following the siege of Ladysmith and the advance north under Sir Redvers Buller
IV. Lydenburg
V. Trekking in the north east Transvaal

Illustrations

After a wet night in the traverses, Ladysmith
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The baggage of General Buller's army crossing Beginderlyn Bridge
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Making barbed-wire entanglement, Ingagane
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Remains of Boer big gun, Waterval
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Railway bridge destroyed by Boers, Ingagane
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Dawn—after a night march, Trichardtsfontein
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En route to Ladysmith
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Devon officers remaining fit for duty at the end of the siege
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In the trenches, Ladysmith
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Monument erected in Ladysmith cemetery
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Mission camp fort, Lydenburg
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Mission camp fort, Lydenburg (interior)
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Monument erected to officers and men of the Devonshire Regiment who fell on January 6th on Wagon Hill, siege of Ladysmith
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Naval Battery Hill, Ladysmith
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Lt Colonel C W Park
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Colonel C W Park, Mission Camp, Lydenburg
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The railway bridge, with Cæsar's Camp in distance, Ladysmith
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Devons crossing the Sabi River
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Crossing the Steelport River
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A peaceful Sunday
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Devons en route to Durban
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Town Hall, Ladysmith, clock-tower damaged by shell fire
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Trekking with General Buller
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Waggon Hill monument
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Wire bridge, Lydenburg
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Wire bridge, Lydenburg
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Brigadier General Walter Kitchener
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