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Cetshwayo : Begins his reign, 8 ;
relations with Imperial
Government, 9 ; Zulu War,
12 ; conflict between him
and Zibebu, 13, 209 ; his
estate, 113 ; takes refuge
at Nkandhla, 209 ; residence
and death at Eshowe, 210.

Cetshwayo's grave : Keeper of,
197, 201, 210; rebels at,
202 ; description of, 210 ;
converging movement on,
240 ; accidental burning of
grass round, 243 ; strength
of troops at, 244.

Chiazzari, Chief Leader N., 394.

Chiefs : Salaries, 29 ; loss of con-
trol over tribes, 226 ; deposi-
tion of, 404 ; punishment of.



see Courts-martial. See also
89 and Natives.

Choles, Maj. F., 58.

Christian Native Scouts, 148.

Christian Natives, part taken by,
in Rebellion, 420. See also
Ethiopianism.

Christopher, Lce.-Cpl. V. J. W.,
383.

Civilization, Western, effects of,
517, 536.

Clarke, Lt.-Col. W. J. : Collection
of intelligence by, 54 ;
Mpanza, 165, 179. See also
396, 444.

Clarkson, Capt. C. F., 403.

Clayton, W. F., 44.

Clerk, Capt. E. G., 286-293.

Clifton, Sub. Inspr. A. S., 353.'

Code of Native law, 27, 89, 122,
328.

Colenbrander, B., 186, 241, 422,
466, 475.

Colenso, Miss A. M., 471.

Colenso, Miss H. E. : Advice to
Dinuzulu regarding rebels,
453 ; shelters Cakijana, 463 ;
at trial of Dinuzulu, 471.

Coll, Tpr. G., 364.

" Collective Responsibihty " :

principle of tribal system, 33.
See also 193.

Colonists, Natal : Earliest settlers,
1 ; relations with Tshaka
and other kings, 2-9 ; inse-
curity of, 3 ; land ceded to,
4 ; policy of, 4 ; Boer voor-
trekkers, see Boers ; relations
with Boers, 7 ; effect of
British government on sub-
jects of Zulu king, 8 ; pro-
test against appointment of
Capt. Allen Gardiner as J.P.,
18 ; petition, 18.

Commandant, Acting. See Dart-
nell, Maj. -Gen. Sir J.

Commandant of Militia. See
Leader, Col. H. P. ; Bru-de-
Wold, Col. H. T. ; and
McKenzie, Col. Sir D.

Commandants of Voliuiteers, 38.

Commission, Land Delimitation
(1902), 16, 480.

Commissioner for Native Affairs,
29. See also Saunders, Sir
C. R.

Commissioners, Native, 422, 526.

Commissions, Native Affairs, 34.

Composite Regiment, 398, 456.

Constitution Act (1893), 28, 514.



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INDEX



Convoys, 191, 216, 228, 239, 250,
327, 348, 361.

Cost of Rebellion. See Expendi-
ture.

Council for Native Affairs, 422,
526.

Courts-martial : Trials, 142, 150,
402 ; action of Commandant,
150 ; trial of murderers of
Hunt and Armstrong, 150 ;
revocation of Commandant's
authority to confirm sen-
tences, 151.

Crass, Dr. C. H., 274.

Criticisms, Replies to : Dis-
parity in losses between Euro-
pean troops and Natives,
311, 522-527; necessity for
severe measures, 312, 525 ;
improved relations between
the two races, 526 ; effect of
arrest and removal of Dinu-
zulu, 526.

Crompton, Lt.-Col. B., 399, 454.

Cross, J. W. : Interview with
Bambata regarding census,
160 ; collection of poll tax,
Bambata's tribe, 161 ; at-
tacked at Mpanza, 168 ; in-
terprets at trial of Dinuzulu,
471.

Crown Colony Government, 20,
506.

Cube (ama), 207.

Dartnell, Maj.-Gen. Sir J. G. : In
command, Volunteers and
Natal Mounted Police, 10,
38 ; Commandant of Volun-
teers, 38 ; brings Rexer guns
to Natal, 65 ; Acting-Com-
mandant, 285 ; services, 359 ;
visits Krantzkop (Elandskop),
373 ; Meseni's ward, 377.

Deeley, Tpr. W., 299.

Demobilization, 395, 400, 454.

Dhleke hill, 485.

Dick, Lt.-Col. J. : In command.
Natal Rangers, 249 ; Mome,
305 ; proceeds to Mapumulo,
374 ; Dinuzulu Expedition,
444. See also 147, 400, and
Natal Rangers.

Dimmick, Inspr. O. : At Mapu-
mulo, 122 ; Mpanza, 173 ;
visits Usutu, 437 ; at Non-
goma, 443, 445 ; operates
against rebels in hiding, 458.
See also 171, 251.

Dingana : Hostility towards



colonists, 5 ; reign of, 5, 6 ;
war with the Boers, 6 ;
treaty with Gardiner, 18.

Dingiswayo : Initiator, Zulu Mili-
tary System, 68.

Dinuzulu : Birth of, 14 ; at B. of
Ulundi, 14 ; seeks assist-
ance of Boers against Zibebu
and Hamu, 15 ; " crowned "
by Boers, 15 ; cedes land to
Boers, 15 ; arrested, tried
and deported to St. Helena,
16 ; repatriation, 16, 478 ;
appointed Induna and Chief,
478 ; salary, 29, 461 ; effect
on his character of imprison-
ment at St. Helena, 110 ;
at Usutu, 111, 480, 481, 482 ;
Boer War, HI, 484 ; Dhleke
expedition, 485 ; Holkrantz,
485 ; desire to become Para-
mount Chief, 486 ; rifles
seized from Boers. 113; Zi-
bebu, 113 ; builds fort, 113 ;
regiments, 113; guns and
ammunition, 91, 435 ; dis-
ease in Kaffir-corn, 102 ; pig-
and-white-fowl-killing order,
103 ; consulted by Natal
Chiefs, 104, 489 ; rumours
current among Natives in
connection with, 113; his
loyalty attested to by Com-
missioner, 117, 194, 213, 487 ;
promptness in paying poll
tax, 118, 489; Bambata
visits Usutu, 166, 433 ; har-
bours Bambata's wife and
children, 167, 433 ; attitude
towards the Governinent, 213,
214 ; proof of alleged loyalty
required, 213, 340 ; Mr. Stain-
bank's murderers, 221 ; Bam-
bata, Cakijana, and Mangati,
313, 438 ; his indunas' visit
to Governor, 340 ; incrimina-
ting evidence, 426 ; visit
to Governor at Pietermaritz-
burg, 427, 491, 510, 532 ;
Native Affairs Commission,
428 ; murders associated
with, 430 ; contemplated re-
moval of Bambata's wife
from Usutu, 432 ; rebels
delivered up by, 432 ; hunt
in Umfolozi valley, 436 ;
method of obtaining ammuni-
tion, 436 ; Police patrol at
Usutu, 437 ; doctored for
war, 437 ; writes to Governor



INDEX



567



and others, 439 ; directed
to surrender at Nongoma,
441, 444 ; messengers to
Nongoma, 445 ; calls up
young warriors, 446 ; sur-
render, 447 ; interview with
Commandant, 448 ; conceal-
ment of guns, 450 ; removed
to Pietermaritzburg, 453 ;
effect of liis arrest on Natives,
455 ; preliminary examina-
tion, 460 ; witnesses and
complaints by Defence, 464-
467 ; committed for trial,
463 ; Natal Government
grants £500 to assist in his
defence, 463 ; his evidence,
472 ; conviction, 472 ; re-
moved to Central Gaol, 474 ;
deposed, 474 ; release and
settlement in Transvaal, 476 ;
Government's policy in re-
gard to, 477-482 ; request for
inquiry, 490, 492 ; why he
did not take active part in
Rebellion, 493 ; nature of
assistance to Bambata, 494,
496, 497 ; murders of Stain-
bank and Gence, 502 ; re-
straining influence during
Rebellion, 511. See also 105,
487, 528.

Dinuzulu Expedition, 443-455.
See also Apps. VI. and VII.

Dinuzulu's tribe : Bringing in of
guns and assegais, 454 ; con-
trol of, 454, 470, 474.

Diseases : Rinderpest, 92 ; limg-
sickness, 92 ; East Coast
Fever, 93 ; Europeans held
responsible by Zulus for in-
troduction of human and
stock, 519.

Disposition of Forces (7th May,
1906). See App. IV.

Doctoring for War. See Habits
and Customs.

Drives, bush : Col. McKenzie's
views, 415.

Dundee Reserves : At Help-
makaar, 322, 324 ; Elands
Kraal. 325. See also 256.

Dunn, R. E., 121.

Durban Light Infantry : Forma-
tion, 7 ; Mapumulo, 147,
344 ; Mpanza, 179 ; Bobe,
230 ; Cetshwayo's grave,
241 ; (M.I.) Macala, 246 ;
Ensingabantu, 250 ; Mome,
282, 305 ; Manzipambana,



285 ; Nkandhla forests, 294 ;
Pomeroy, 327 ; with U.F.F.
at Buffalo R., 330 ;
Nkandhla, 333 ; with Woolls-
Sampson's column, 341 ; gar-
rison, Bond's Drift, 360 ;
Macrae's store, 362 ; Izin-
simba, 387 ; Ndhlovu's ward,
393 ; demobilized, 395 ;
Dinuzulu Expedition, 444.
See also 225, 227, 228, 247,
374, 396.

Durban Reserves, 354, 394.

Durnford, Maj. (later Col.) A. W.,
11, 557.

Durnford, Admiral, 64.

East Coast Fever, 93.

Education, Native, 35.

Ehlers, Chief Leader H., 366.

Elands Kraal : Action at, 325.

Elgin, Lord, 151, 405, 491.

Empandhleni : Intended attack
on by rebels, 191 ; European
force at, 191; garrison, 342.

Engineer Corps, 60.

Enhlweni : Meaning of name,
187 ; meeting of rebels at,
197 ; Cetshwayo's refuge,
210; destruction of, 284.
See also 205.

Enon forest, 126, 129, 138.

Ensingabantu : Operations, 250 ;
garrison, 342, 396.

Esidumbini, 370, 374.

Estcourt Reserves : Elands Kraal,
256, 324, 325.

Ethiopia, Order of, 129.

Ethiopianism : Origin of Ethio-
pian Movement, 128 ; sedi-
tious teaching, 97, 420 ;
political propaganda, 521.

Executions : Murderers of Hunt
and Armstrong, 138, 154, 403,
408 ; Mjongo, 150 ; Jombol-
wana, 471 ; Mayatana, 502.

Exemptions from Native law, 36.

Expenditure, 406. See also App.
VIII.

Fairlie, Inspr. C. E. : In com-
mand, Zululand Police, 62 ;
Bobe, 230 ; Mome, 301, 302,
309 ; Usutu, 437 ; operates
against rebels in hiding, 458.

Farewell, Lieut. F. G., 2.

Fayle, Thos., 139.

Felapakati (regiment), 235.

Field Bakeries. See Bakeries,
Field.



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INDEX



Field Hospital, Thring's Post,
384.

Fingos, 23.

Firearms : Natives not allowed
to possess, 37 ; number pos-
sessed by Natives, 90 ; regis-
tration, 90 ; Dinuzulu and
Boer rifles, 113, 485, 490;
of Bambata's force, 182,
198 ; of rebels at Manzipam-
bana, 292 ; illegally possessed
by Dinuzulu, 91, 113, 435;
concealment of Dinuzulu's,
450,452; search for, by M.C.R.,
457. See also 255, 431.

Flindt, Capt. K. L., 400.

Folker, Tpr. O., 173.

Forbes, Lieut. R. G., 303.

Fraser, Maj. A. W. : Manzipam-
bana, 293 ; Mome, 307.

Fraser, Capt. F., 60.

Fraser, Maj. J. : Court-martial,
Richmond, 151 ; proceeds
with N.R.R. to Greytown,
258 ; Dinuzulu's escort, 453.

Fraser, Act. Sergt., 288.

Frere, Sir Bartle, 12.

Funizwe : Succeeds Bambata,
166 ; assists troops, 257.
See also 258.

Furze, Lt.-Col. J. J., 249, 400.

Fynn, Henry F. : Arrives, Port
Natal, 2 ; humanitarian ser-
vices, 3 ; his unpublished
MSS., 5.

Fynn, H. F. (son of above), 210.

Fynn's (Charlie) tribe : Rebel-
lious behaviour at Umtwa-
lume, 143 ; cattle-fine im-
posed on, 144.

Gaillard's store, Umvoti, 122, 382.

Gallwey, Capt. W. J., 257, 392.

Gardiner, Capt. Allen F. : Treaty
with Dingana, 18 ; appointed
J. P. — protest by Natal resi-
dents, 18. See also 5.

Garland, E. A., 141.

Gayede, 178, 203, 259, 315.

Gcongco spur, 241.

Gence, 430, 502.

Gibson, J. Y. : Collection of poll
tax, 132; visits Miskof eh, 142;
appointed Magistrate, Mahla-
batini, 220. See also 422.

Gibson, 138.

Gingindhlovu : Troops concen-
trate at (1907), 444.

Gordon, Capt. J. L., 357.

Goulding, Capt. R. L., 231, 233.



Governor. See McCallum, Sir H.,
and Nathan, Sir M.

Government, Natal : Cabinet, 44 ;
reasons for not resorting to
ballot (Militia Act), 51 ; dis-
tribution of grain to necessi-
tous Natives, 92 ; steps taken
to prevent spread of East
Coast Fever, 94 ; pig-and-
white-f owl-killing order, 117 ;
firm control of affairs during
Rebellion, 136 ; suspension
of executions by Secretary
of State, 152 ; Ministry ten-
der resignation, 152 ; deci-
sion to cope with Rebellion
as far as possible from Natal
resources alone, 211 ; proof
required of Dinuzulu's
loyalty, 213, 340; removal
of Kula, 323 ; cost of Re-
belhon, 406 and App. VIII. ;
Native Affairs Commission,
424 ; issue of warrants for
Dinuzulu's arrest, 438, 492 ;
Dinuzulu's salary, 46 1 ; £500
paid to assist in Dinuzulu's
defence, 463 ; attacks on its
Dinuzulu policy, 477, see also
Dinuzulu.

Grave, Cetshwayo's. See Cetsh-
wayo's grave.

Gray, Capt. Park, 218.

Greytown : Rumours of attack
by Bambata, 162 ; defence
of, 169 ; Special Court, 471.

Greytown Reserves, 179, 261.

Guards, Advanced : Col. Barker's
views, 416.

Guest, Tpr., 173.

Habits and Customs : Treatment
of enemy killed in battle, 26,
175 ; marriages, 30, 70 ;
lobola cattle, 30, 93, 157 ;
huts and cattle-pen, con-
struction of, 30 ; incidental
to Zulu Military Svstem,
67-89 ; Feast of the" First
Fruits, 70 ; isicoco (head-
ring), 70 ; eating of Umbengo,
78 ; invoking departed spi-
rits, 82, 87 ; Ukucelwa (being
sprinkled), 83 ; care of huts
during warriors' absence, 87,;
behaviour and customs of
families during warriors' ab-
sence, 87 ; cleansing formali-
ties, 88, 275 ; cowards, 88 ;
tshwala, 102 ; cattle-killing



INDEX



560



order, Kaffraria (1857), 107;
Zulu Customs, 198-202 ; doc-
toring for war, 84, 199, 347,
378, 437 ; iron-smelting, mak-
ing of assegais, etc., 208 ;
burial of Cetshwayo and care
of his grave, 210 ; welcome
by womenfolk to returning
warriors, 275 ; shaving of
heads by widows, 432 ; hloni-
pa (propriety of behaviour),
488. See also 231, Supersti-
tious Beliefs and Zulu Mil.
Sys.

Hailstorm, 102.

Hair, Lt.-Col. A., 150.

Hamu (Dinuzulu's uncle), 15.

Harrington, A. E. : Kula, 322.
See also 422.

Hatshi, Chief : Arrests Meseni and
Ndhlovu, 393.

Hedges, Lieut., 296, 335, 414.

Helbert, Capt. G. H., 329.

Helpmakaar : Evacuation of, 256 ;
Mehlokazulu's impi, 267 ;
Europeans go into lager, 322.

Helpmakaar Field Force, 329.

Henderson, Chief Leader A. F.,324.

Henderson, Capt. W. P. M., 327.

Hignett, C. F., 278.

Hime, Sir Albert, 41, 65.

Hlangabeza, 259, 315.

Hlonono. See Peyana.

Hoare, Commander F., 147, 231.

Holkrantz, massacre at, 112, 410,
485.

Holmes, Tpr. W. C, 290, 291.

Honours. See App. 11.

Hopkins, Levy-leader W. H. E.,
252, 291, 293.

Hosken, Maj. C. Victor, 56.

Hosking, Capt. E. J. B., 333.

Hulett, Sir J. L., 480.

Hulley, Capt. D. J. C, 363.

Humphery, Capt. M., 223, 355.

Himt, Sub.-Inspr. S. H. K., 123.

Hurst, Capt. G. T., 324.

Hut tax : First levied by Sir T.
Shepstone, 24 ; absence of
complaints regarding, 96 ;
raising of, 118, 120 ; Dinu-
zulu consulted by Transvaal
Chiefs, 490.

Hyslop, Lt.-Col. J., 57.

Hyslop, Sir T., 44, 99.

Imperial Government : Garrison
at Pietermaritzburg, 9 ; In-
structions to Governor, 20 ;
gradual withdrawal of troops



from Natal, 38 ; assistance
given Natal by, 63 ; Maj.-
Gen. Stephenson deputed to
witness operations, 251 ; re-
patriation of Dinuzulu and
his uncles, 478 ; Natives*
anxiety not to alienate sym-
pathy of, 507. See also 491.

Imperial troops : Effect on Na-
tives of withdrawal of, 63,
522.

Indemnity, Acts of, 405, 470.

Indian law (trial of political
offenders), 468.

Indian stretcher-bearers, 57, 65,
354, 418.

Infantry : Value of, in Native
warfare, 416.

Insuze, action at, 367-370.

Intelligence, 53, 296, 414.

Isaacs, N., 5, 73.

Isandhlwana, B. of, 13.

Isibalo (corvee), 25-27.

Izinsimba, action at, 387.

Jackson, G. A., 328.
Jackson, J. F., 151.
James, Lieut. H. T., 253, 381.
Jardine, Capt. Walter, 224.
Jeke, 144.
JelHcoe, E. G., 463.
Jenner, John, 182.
Johnson, Tpr. C. W., 299.
Jombolwana, 471.
Justice, Minister of. See Watt,
Sir T., and Carter, T. F.

Kaffir-corn disease, 102.

Kaffraria : Cattle-killing order
(1857), 107.

Kambi (Dinuzulu's cousin), 493.

Keate's Drift, 169, 170.

Knight, J. L., 143.

Knott, Major W., 150.

Knox, Capt. A. G., 351.

Knox, Q.M.-Sergt. L. E., 348.

Koster, Cpl. J., 349.

Kotongweni : Battle of (1884),
210 ; operations at, 330, 336.

Krantzkop Reserves : Mobiliza-
tion, 185, 257 ; at Empan-
dhleni, 185, 189 ; Nkandhla,
260 ; at Ngubevu, 264 :
Mpukunyoni, 268 ; demobi-
lization, 276 ; remobilization,
330, 374 ; Mfongozi and
Kotongweni, 330 ; demobi-
hzed, 394.

Krogh, J. C, 475.

Kula : Size and importance of



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INDEX



tribe, 319 ; disrespect to
Governor, 320 ; rebellious
attitude, 321 ; summoned to
Pietermaritzburg, 321 ; re-
ports his imcle Mtele as in
rebellion, 322 ; arrest and
removal, 323 ; detention, 404.

Ladysmith Reserves, 256, 325,

454.
Langalibalele Rebellion, 10.
Lala (ama), 207, 499.
Lamont, Maj. J. W. F., 225.
Lancaster and York ; Recruiting,

329 ; join Mackay's column,

330 ; Meseni's ward, 376 ;
Izinsimba, 387 ; Ndhlovu's
ward, 391. See also 339.

Lancaster and York Association,
329.

Land : Locations, 23 ; how for-
merly held by Natives, 32 ;
alienation of, 519.

Landsberg, Capt. M., 258.

Langalibalele Rebellion, 10, 54.

Leader, Brig.-Gen. H. P. : Com-
mandant of Volunteers, 39 ;
Commandant of Militia, 45.

Legislative Assembly : Thanks of,
to Militia and other forces,
401.

Legislative Council, 40 L

Le Mesurier, Tpr., 380.

Lessons of the Rebellion : Rapid-
ity in suppressing the Re-
bellion, 407 ; efficiency of
MiHtia, 407 ; co-operation of
Governor and Ministers, 408 ;
availability of capable men,
409 ; rebels' strategy and tac-
tics, 410 ; quick pursuit im-
perative, 412 ; inteUigence,
414 ; operating in Nkandhla
forests, 415 ; infantry, 416 ;
advanced guards, 416 ; medi-
cal, 57, 419 ; mule transport,
417 ; levies, 418 ; Rexer
guns, 419 ; roads, 419. See
also 192-195.

Leuchars, Col. G. : Mapumulo,
147 ; services, 148 ; admini-
sters martial law, 149 ; im-
poses stock fine on Ngobi-
zembe, 149 ; arranges for
defence. Grey town, 169 ; com-
mands troops, Mpanza, 179 ;
advises against Active Militia
being sent in pursuit of
Bambata, 181, 190 ; with
U.F.F., 257 ; accident to,



268 ; at Mpukunyoni, 269 ;
in command troops. Natal and
Nqutu, 279, 327 ; punishes
Meseni, 346 ; at Thring's
Post, 373. See also 376, 409,
418.

Leuchars' Column : Mapumulo,
147 ; Macala, 242 ; Mpuku-
nyoni, 269 ; Kombe valley,
335 ; Thring's Post, 373 ;
Meseni's ward, 376 ; tJmvoti
valley, 381 ; Izinsimba, 387 ;
Ndhlovu's ward, 391 ; Esi-
dumbini, 394. See also 395,
and Sibindi.

Levies, Native : Where recruited,
how armed, 62 ; proposal to
raise in Zululand for Mapu-
mulo, 148 ; Sibindi's men,
Mpanza valley, 180 ; Bobe,
231; Insuze valley, 239;
Cetshwayo's grave, 241 ;
Macala, 246, 334; Ensinga-
bantu, 250, 339 ; Tate gorge,
252 ; Sibindi and U.F.F., 264,
330 ; Sibindi at Mpukunyoni,
270-275 ; Mome valley, 282 ;
Manzipambana, 285, 288 ;
Silwana's men, 327 ; Mapu-
mulo, 329 ; at Isiwasamanqe,
342 ; join Barker's column,
367 ; with Crompton, 399 ;
reports on, 418. See also 338.

Liddle^ Lieut. H. S., 367.

Ligertwood, Capt. C. E., 238.

Lindsay, Sub.-Inspr. C. R., 458.

Little Noodsberg Hall, 366.

Locations and wards. See Land.

Locusts, plague of, 92.

London, Lieut. W. H., 241, 253,
287.

Loyalists : Position during Re-
bellion, 203, 228, 423 : mur-
ders of, 430, 438.

Lyttle, Inspr. W. F., 126, 443.

Mabeketshiya, 404.

Maboko, 446, 456.

Mabulawo, 321.

Macabacaba, 378, 395.

Macala (induna) : In supreme

command of rebels, 314 ;

Mome, 316.
Macala: Rebels at, 237, 314;

operations, 242, 334.
McCallum, Sir H. : Proclaims

martial law, 135 ; Richmond

executions, 151 ; strongly

supports Ministers, 225 ;

thanks T.M.R. for their ser-



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vices, 401 ; publicly thanks
troops at Pietermaritzburg,
402 ; Native Affairs Com-
mission, 424 ; interviews with
Dinuzulu and other Chiefs,
427, 428 ; appreciation of ser-
vices to Natal, 428. See also
44, 320, 426.

Macfarlane, Capt. S. C, 311.

Mackay, Lt.-Col. D, W. : In com-
mand Natal Carbineers, 191 ;
convoys, 192, 216, 239 ; at
Helpmakaar, 326 ; cattle-
fines on Matshana's tribe,
397 ; at Usutu, 450. See also
136, 268, 331.

Mackay 's Column : At Empan-
dhleni, 219, 341 ; leaves Help-
makaar for Zululand, 255 ;
at Mahlaba, 267 ; composi-
tion of, 329 ; joined by L.
and Y. contingent, 330 ;
Thring's Post, 374 ; Otimati,
375 ; Meseni's ward, 376 ;
Umvoti valley, 381, 382 ; Izin-
simba, 387 ; Ndhlovu's ward,
391. See also 266, 276, 278,
384, 395.

McKay, Capt. H., 303.

McKenzie, Lieut. A., 324.

McKenzie, Col. Sir D. : In com-
mand of column, 137 ; ser-
vices, 137 ; authority to ad-
minister martial law, 137,
149, 151 ; cattle-fine, Fynn's
tribe, 144 ; takes command,
Z.F.F.,226; atEmpandhleni,
237 ; operations, Nkandhla
district, 237-256, 280-298,
333-343 ; Cetshwayo's grave,
241 ; negotiates with Nda-
baningi re surrender, 245 ; in
supreme command, 255, 279 ;
harassing rebels by repeated
driving, 281 ; hears of pro-
posed march of enemy, Ma-
cala to Mome, 297 ; despatch
to Barker, 297 ; at Mome,
305-311 ; suspends operations,
338 ; dispatches troops to
Mapumulo, 341 ; discusses
situation with Acting- Com-
mandant and Leuchars, 373 ;
with Mackay's column, Me-
seni's ward, 377 ; Ndhlo-
vu's ward, 391 ; discusses
situation with Minister of
Defence and Commandant,
394; General Report, 414-419;
succeeds as Commandant,



425 ; plan for arrest of Dinu-
zulu, 443 ; proceeds to Non-
goma via Somkele, 444 ; in-
terview with Mankulumana,
446 ; interview with Dinu-
zulu, 448 ; Dinuzulu's tribe,
449 ; leaves for Vryheid,
456 ; success in calling in
Natives' firearms, 457. See
also 342, 409.

McKenzie's Column : Demonstra-
tions in south-westem dis-
tricts, 137-146 ; Mveli's ward,
138 ; Miskofeh, 141 ; Charlie
Fynn's ward, 144 ; result of
demonstrations, 146 ; at En-
singabantu, 250 ; Tate, 251 ;
Mome, 305. See also 246, 333,
335, and under McKenzie, Col.
Sir D.

Macrae's store : Action at, 362.

Magadise, 273, 277.

Magistrates : Natal and Zululand,
27, 29 ; meetings re Poll Tax
Act, 118 ; influence of, 422.

Magwababa : Acting "Chief, 158
supersedes Bambata, 166
captured by Bambata, 167
escapes, 182. See also 258.

Mahlanga, 346, 364, 390.

Makafula, 277, 331.

Makanda, 129.

Malaza, 177, 335.

Male, Lieut., 247, 291.

Malone, Tpr. T., 248, 254.

Mandisindaba, 296.

Mangati : Befriends Bambata,
183 ; at Enhlweni, 198,
201 ; at Macala, 243 ; visits
Dinuzulu, 313 ; evidence in-
criminating Dinuzulu, 438.
See also 314, 315, 495.

Mankulumana : Alleged incite-
ment of Bambata, 167, 433 ;
mission to Sigananda, 203,
215 ; visits Pietermaritzburg,
340, 427 ; arrest, 456 ; com-
mitted for trial, 463 ; trial,
475 ; part taken by, in Re-
bellion, 495. See also 445,
448, 476, 502.

Mansel, Lt.-Col. G. : Takes force
to Keate's Drift, 170;
Mpanza, 171-175, 179; fol-
lows Bambata, 186 ; at Em-
pandhleni, 190, 194 ; at Fort
YoUand, 217; Bobe, 230;
raises Zululand Native Police
(Nongqai), 558 ; opinion, 559.
*See also 137, 420.



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INDEX



Hansel's Column : Komo, 230 ;
Bobe, 230 ; at Fort YoUand,
236 ; Cetshwayo's grave, 243,
247, 284 ; composition of,
247 ; Mome valley, 282 ;
Nkandhla forests, 285, 294 ;
leaves for Middle Drift, 339 ;
proceeds to Ngudwini, 360,
374, 396 ; Izinsimba, 390 ;
Ndhlovu's ward, 391 ; de-
mobilized, 396. See also 194.

Manuka, 264, 324.

Manzipambana, action at, 287.

Manzolwandhle (Dinuzulu's bro-
ther), 14, 15, 111.

Maps, 54, 55.

Mapumulo : Poll tax collection,
Allan's store, 121 ; concen-
tration of troops, 332, 341,
354 ; outbreak at, 339, 341,
348 ; garrison, 343 ; district
of, 360. See also 345.

Mapumulo Field Force, 354.

Mardall, Asst. Com. G. S., 404.

Marsden, Lieut. C, 311.

Marshall's Hotel, 160, 169.

Martial law : Proclamation of
(Feb. 10, 1906), 130 ; offences
tried under, 135, 402 ; abro-
gation of, 405 ; proclaimed
in Zululand (Dec. 3, 1907),
440 ; Northern Districts, ex-
cept Utrecht, under, 450 ;
why continued after arrest of
Dinuzulu, 465 ; revocation
of, 470.

Matabele Rebellion, 181, 507. See
also App. X.

Matshana ka Mondise : His
loyalty, 167, 271, 397; Leu-
chars' interview with, 269 ;
tribe fined by Mackay, 397 ;
seizure of cattle by Royston's
column, 397. See also 10.

Matshwili and his tribe, 346, 364,
386, 390.

Matterson, Lt.-Col., 136.

Maw, Tpr. H. C, 238.

Maxwell, Col. T., 345, 422.

Mayatana, 502.

Mbombo (war doctor), 347.

Mbuyazi : Battle between his and
Cetshwayo's followers, 209.

Mbuzo, 186, 269.

Mciteki (son of Zibebu), 29, 493.

Medal, issue of, 406.

Medical : Corps, 227 ; health of
troops, 419. See also 57.

Mehlokazulu : Zulu War, 12 ;
joins Bambata, 250 ; he



rebels, 266, 276 ; tribe doc-
tored for war, 277 ; Mackay's
column, 278 ; killed at Mome,
308 ; responsible for rebels
being trapped at Mome, 315.
See also, 318, 397, 495.

Menne, Maj., 169.

Meseni : Ancestors, 345 ; divi-
sion of tribe, 345 ; faction
fight, and punishment of,
345 ; arrested and im-
prisoned, Mapumulo, 346 ;
rebels assembling in his ward,
365 ; miirder of Veal, 378 ;
flight to Zululand, and
arrest, 393 ; trial, 403 ; re-
lease, 476.

Meseni 's tribe : Insult and defy
Magistrate, 346 ; murder of
Veal, 378.

Meseni 's ward : Converging move-
ment on, 365, 376-383.

Meyer, Conrad, 437.

Mfungelwa, 229, 231.

Mganu : One of rebel commanders,
314.

Mgombana (Bambata's induna),
182.

Mgwaqo : arrest 456 ; trial, 475.
See also 427, 448, 495.

Mid-Illovo, 131, 139.

Military Organization : Volunteer
corps, 7, 9 ; rifle associa-
tions, 7 ; Military Organiza-
tion, State of, on Outbreak of
ReieUion, 38-66 ; Volunteer
Act, 38 ; Commandants, 38 ;
Natal Mounted Pohce, 39 ;
Col. W. Royston, 39 ; lia-
bility for service, 39 ; Militia
Act, 39 ; Active Militia and
Reserves, 42 ; strength of
Militia (1906), 43, 49; en-



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