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t▓ Pickard, Sergeant M’Kenna, Sergeant-m▓ajor Lucas, Ensign Down, and Drumm●er Stagp

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oole the honour of the Victoria Cross.● The regiments referred to are the 12▓th, 14th,

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18th, 40th, 43rd, 50th▓, 57th, 58th, 65th, 68th, 70th, 96th, and 99●th, and at one ti

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me there were altogether som●e 25,000 men under arms, of whi●ch 10,000 were regulars;

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while, on the ot●her hand, the enemy are said ▓never to have been able to muster for b

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attle▓ at one time more than 600 men! The posit●ions selected for defence were, as a r

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ule, ●well chosen, and protected with well-constructe●d rifle-pits, and they communica

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ted with eac●h other by fire signals by ni●ght, and steam produced by pouring water on

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h▓eated stones, by day.The ge▓neral plan of operation was necessarily d▓islocated.As

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districts were cleared▓ of the enemy, so redoubts were made and garri▓soned to hold i

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n awe the land▓. The fighting was at times terrib●ly severe, well sustained, and at

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times chiv●alric.At Rangiriri, where the▓ British loss was 15 officers and 117 men ki

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▓lled and wounded of the 40th, 65th, 12th, ●and 14th Regiments, the Maoris surrend▓er

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ed, and at once fraternised with their l●ate opponents, and in a speech▓ said, “We fo

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ught you at Koheroa, and f▓ought you well; we fought you at Rangiriri, an▓d fought you

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well, and now we are friends for e●ver, for ever, for ever.” Simila●rly, at the “Ga

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te Pah” the enemy ▓had entrenched himself, and threatened the stati●on of Tauranga; s

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o the garrison w●as reinforced by the 68th and ●detachments of the 12th, 14th, 43rd,●

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and 65th Regiments, with a ▓force of marines and bluejack▓ets,349 with nine guns and

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six mortars, and adv▓anced to drive the Maoris from their stron▓gly-entrenched positio

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n.The▓ flanks rested on marshes, and “on t●he highest point of the neck the Maoris ha

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d cons▓tructed an oblong redoubt, well palisaded an●d surrounded by a strong post and

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r●ail fence—a formidable obstacle▓ to an advancing column, and di●fficult to destroy

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with artillery●; the interval between the side fac▓es of the redoubt and the swamps w

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as def●ended by an entrenched line of rif●le-pits.” This will give ●a fair type of the Maori method of defe▓nce, and is sufficient evidence of a natural ●military eye for ground. The attack▓ was checked at first with heavy loss,● and the enemy escaped during the night.On th▓e field were left 14 officers killed and wound●ed, and 97 non-commissioned off▓icers and men.For when the

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n campaign of 1859.● The Enfield rifle was converted into t●he breech-loading “Snider” soon after the val●ue of the new mechanism had been proved i▓n the Austro-Prussian War of 1866; but e

ven● as late as the China War many of the Ind●ian regiments were still armed with the old▓ flint “firelock” or “Brown Bes●s.” The Act of 1867 had been passed, making ▓the length of army service t▓welve years,350 wi

th power of re-engaging f●or twenty-one years for pension.An effort● was made to create a reserve▓. The system of payment, too, was a●ltered in 1824, and men were paid daily.Prev●ious to that time a certain amount of

pett●y cash was issued weekly, and the balance at th●e end of the month. CHAPTER XVIII ▓ THE ARMY IN SOUTH AND WEST AFRICA—1834-●86 Omitting such small “affairs”● as were consequent on the extens●ion and for

long purely coastal expansion of ou▓r Empire in Africa after the long w▓ar, there is little to record until 1834.T●he conquest of the Dark Continent had been grad●ual, and practically commercial.It had been● largely bas

ed on geographical● discoveries.War and political occupati●on followed missionary enterprise here as el▓sewhere.Nothing is more curious to▓ watch than how often the proselyt▓e is followed by the soldier ●and the sword.

The colonist and trade fol●low the first, and with him or the●m come trade-rum, trade-firearm●s, and all the so-called blessings of civi▓lisation.After both comes first fr▓iction, then fighting, and finally conquest.The

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●se are usually the phases of Anglo-S▓axon colonial expansion, unless we add to● them the last end of all, the practic▓al extermination of t

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he native races. So it▓ was in America, where the red man is dyi▓ng out; and so in New Zealand, thou●gh to a less degree, for the nati●ve

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s there are of better stock.It is not y●et to the same extent in Africa, sol▓ely because the population, ▓in the latter days of the ni●netee

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nth century, is too redundant.But unl●ess the black can assimilate ●with the white, he must as assur●edly give place to those who have the me

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ntal an●d physical power, as the red man has b●een driven westward against the mountain ridges● of America. Asiatics alone, among ●the ra

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ces of colour, have held their own, bec▓ause the people are intellec●tually sound.In that country, built up of many▓ countries, there has bee

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ivilisation.In Africa there has▓ been none, save that alone of immigra▓nts.In China, again, there i▓s no dread of such extermination; its ▓p

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