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The conference at Block Drift, Kaffir Land, Jany. 30th 1846; between Lt. Governor Col. Hare and the Kaffir Chief Sandilla – before the commencement of hostilities
Depicting the lines of the respective armies facing each other before battle with a mountain in the background.
The troops crossing the Great Fish river in pursuit of Cafirs and cattle, Cape of Good Hope
Depicts a battle scene on the banks of the river with mountains in the background.
The capture of Fort Armstrong, Kaffir Land – Feby. 22nd 1851, by the Royal Artillery, the Cape Mounted Rifles the Fort Beaufort burghers, and the Fingo Corps; under the command of Major Genl. H. Somerset, C.B.
Picturing a group of native women in the foreground, a battle, and Fort Armstrong village in the background.
The battle of the Gwanga, Cape of Good Hope, June 8th 1846
Depicting a battle in the background with wounded soldiers being tended in the foreground. Associated with the seventh of the nine Cape Frontier Wars (1846-1847), known as the 'war of the axe'. Like the six previous wars, ...