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Dundee[4] 18th Hussars.
One sqdn., Natal Carbineers.
M.I. coy., 1st battn. Leicestershire regiment.
M.I. coy., 1st battn. King's Royal Rifle Corps.
M.I. coy., 2nd battn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers.
Detachment Natal Police.
13th, 67th, and 69th batteries, R.F.A.
1st battn. Leicestershire regt.
1st battn. King's Royal Rifle Corps.
2nd battn. Royal Dublin Fusiliers.
Ladysmith 5th Lancers.
19th Hussars.
21st, 42nd, and 53rd batteries, R.F.A.
10th mountain battery, R.G.A.
23rd coy., R.E.
1st battn. Liverpool regt. and M.I. coy.
1st battn. Devonshire regt.
1st battn. Manchester regt.
2nd battn. Gordon Highlanders.
Natal Mounted Rifles.
Natal Carbineers.
Border Mounted Rifles.
Natal Field artillery.
Detachment Natal Police.
Natal Naval Volunteers.
Natal Corps of Guides.
Colenso Durban Light Infantry.
Detachment Natal Naval Volunteers.
One sqdn., Natal Carbineers.
Estcourt Natal Royal Rifles.
Pietermaritzburg 2nd battn. King's Royal Rifle Corps.
Imperial Light Horse.
Helpmakaar Umvoti Mounted Rifles.
Eshowe One mounted coy., 1st battn. King's Royal Rifle Corps.
Durban One sqdn., 5th Dragoon Guards.

[Tablenote 5: The 1st battn. Royal Irish Fusiliers, and one section, 23rd coy., R.E., arrived at Dundee during 15th and 16th October.]

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