20 - 21 October 1999
Book: "The Story of the 34th Company (Middlesex) Imperial Yeomanry" By William Corner, published by T. Fisher Unwin, 1902, 540 pages, with some 50 pages of illustrations, mainly photogravure, many of them portraits of troopers and commanders, others showing views of camps and troops in action on the veldt, Boers surrendering, soldiers' graves, etc.
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The 34th Company served in the 11th Battalion, Imperial Yeomanry and partook in the notable engagements of Senekal and Tweefontein. This copy was owned by Trooper E.C. Ouvry who made interesting pencil annotations to the text.
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