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v-c:=->c;ç.=- War Telegrams. 'In t The following despatch from Lord Roberts was issued by the War Office on Thursday evening:- PRETORIA, Thursday (11.50 a.m.) Generals Clery and Hart joined hands yesterday at Vlakfontein, and trains run into Greylingstad from Xatal. Several respectable Boers surrendered to Hart yesterday; and a soldiers' home was opened at Heidelberg, the inhabitants helping, and subscribing J6A0 towards the initial expenses. Barton reports that 2,63 L stand of arms have been delivered up at Klerksdorp, Krugersdorp, and Potchefstroom to date. I have recently inspected Mabon s small force, which did such excellent work in the relief of the Mafeking garrison. The Imperial Light Horse, which I purposely brought from Natal to take part in the expedition, are a most soldierly, workmanlike body of men. Lieutenant Rundle, of the Carabineers (Gth Dra- goon Guards), and some men of his patrol were captured yesterday by the enemy near here. The following message from General Builer was also published — STA-VDERTON, Thursday (11 40 a.m.). General Clery, from Grevlingstad, joined hands yesterday at Zuilkersbosch, Zand River, with General Hart, from Heidelberg. He met with but slight opposition daring his march. [Note.—Zuilkersbosch, Zand River, is five miles from Heidelberg,

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