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Rebels', 358.

War-huts, 196, 202, 377.

Watt, Sir Thomas : Introduces
motion вАФ universal compul-
sory service, and Militia Bill,
41 ; Minister of Justice and
Defence, 44, 408 ; at Mapu-
mulo, 394.

Watton's store, looting of, 260.

Weenen Reserves, 322.

Weighton, Lt.-Col. J. : In com-
mand garrison, Richmond,
141 ; president court-martial,



Richmond, 150 ; commands
N.C., 192 ; at Helpmakaar,
276, 327 ; court-martial
duties, 329, 403 ; Usutu, 450.

White, Sub.-Inspr. F. B. E., 333.

Wilkinson, Sergt., 431.

Wilson, Maj. C, 147, 324, 456.

Wilson, Justice Dove, 474.

Winter, H. D., 44, 120, 139.

Wolseley, Sir Garnet (Viscount),
13, 89.

Woolls-Sampson, Col. Sir Aubrey,
227, 285, 338, 395, 409.

Woolls-Sampson's Column : com-
position and strength, 339 ;
Isiwasamanqe, 342 ; Thring's
Post, 360, 374 ; MesenVs
ward, 376 ; Mpumulwana
and Wome, 379 ; Umvoti
valley, 382 ; Kearsney Sugar
Estates, 384 ; Izinsimba, 387;
Ndhlovu's ward, 391 ; Riet
valley, 395.

Wylie, Lt.-Col. J. S., 335, 403.

Xosa family (of tribes), 208.

Zibebu, 13, 113, 486.

Zulu (founder of Zulu tribe), 345.

Zululand : Conquest by Boers,
10; disturbances (1883-8),
10 ; annexation, 15, 478 ;
Land Delimitation Commis-
sion, 16 ; appointment of
Commissioner for Native
Affairs, 29.

Zululand Field Force : Composi-
tion, strength and disposition,
227 ; Nomangci, 238 ; Mome
valley, 282; Nkandhla
district. 237-256, 280-295,
333-343 ; leave Dundee for
Nkandhla, 343. See also
McKenzie, Col. Sir D.

Zululand Mounted Rifles : Mobi-
lize, 185 ; at Empandhleni,
189, 191, 194 ; pursue Bam-
bata, 216 ; at Ntingwe, 227 ;
Macala, 246 ; Cetshwayo's
grave, 246 ; Ensingabantu,
250, 339 ; Tate gorge, 252 ;
Mome valley, 282 ; Nkandhla
forests, 285, 294 ; Manzi-
pambana, 285 ; Mome, 305 ;
Macrae's store, 362 ; Meseni's
ward, 376 ; Mpumulwana and
Wome, 380 ; Krantzkop, 395 ;
clearing-up work by, 400 ;
Dinuzulu Expedition, 444.
See also 333, 335.



INDEX



581



Zululand Native Police. See
Nongqai, also App. XI.

Zulu Military System : Creation of
by Tshaka, 2 ; strength of
army, 3, 68 ; how long in
vogue, 7 ; restrictions under
Boer government, 19 ; asse-
gais, 63, 68, 74, 208 ; Zulu
Military System and Connected
Customs, 67-91 ; its connec-
tion with the Rebellion, 67 ;
under Tshaka, 67 ; military
prestige of Zulus, 67 ; lia-
bility for service, 68 ; bar-
racks, 69 ; formation of regi-
ments and companies, 69,
71 ; motive for maintaining
standing army, 70 ; marriage
of warriors, 70 ; assumption
of headring by regiments, 70
division of warriors, " white '
and " black " classes, 70
mobilization, 71, 77, 78
officers, 71 ; strength of regi
ments and companies, 71
under Mpande and Cetsh
wayo, 72 ; cadetship, 72



punishments, 73 ; alien -
obliged to serve, 73 ; des
fences, 73 ; uniforms and
shields, 73, 74 ; government,
civil and miUtary, 74 ; es-
pionage, 75 ; ornaments and
decorations, 75 ; rewards for
valour, 75 ; transport, 75 ;
occupations and amusements
in peace-time, 76 ; eating of
umbengo ceremony, 78 ; war-
riors challenging one another
(individually), 82 ; ukucelwa
(being sprinkled) ceremony,
83 ; war-doctors, 84, 347 ;
tactics, 85 ; powers of en-
durance, 86 ; war-huts, see
War-huts.

Zulus : Army, see Zulu Military
Svstem ; refugees, 8 ; char-
acter, 34, 100, 115, 116, 119,
121, 125, 143, 509.

Zulu songs (sung at Usutu), 116.
See also App IX.

Zulu War, statistics of, 13. See
also 10, 12.



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