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DELAREY AND DE WET.

REPORTS OF DE WET.

BOER GENERAL KILLED.

BOTRA'S NARROW ESCAPE. ---

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BOTRA'S NARROW ESCAPE. A SEVEN MILES' CHASE. General Bruce Hamilton, whose headquarters are at Ermelo, in the Eastern Transvaal, has informed Lord Kitchener that last Saturday night he had just marched when Colonel Wing brought the news that a large Boer force had concentrated on the very spot on which he had encamped the previous night. The force retrac d its steps, but unfortu Bately, while searching a farm on the road, some Boers escaped and gave th3 alarm. When General Hamilton reached Knapdaar, a small village on the Ohfants river, about 20 mile3 north-east of Bethel, he eaw the enemy, 400 strong, three raMes off, trek- king away, and General Botha's Cape cart a Jittle further on. The Boers were chased for seven miles, until the horses were completely done. One Boer was killed and 1 wounded and 32 unwounded prisoners were captured, as well as some rifles ammuniton, horses, cattle, carts, and a heliograph' WEEKLY REPORT. Since the 6th of January the columns report, including all separately reported Twenty Boers killed nine wounded, 203 prisoners, 95 surrenders. Also 195 rifles, 3,504 rounds of small-arm ammuni- tion, 6 £ 4 waggons, 1,321 horses, 2,429 cattle.

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