Neither will anyone ever determine the number of Boers killed at Krugersdorp.
This day, Monday (November 12th), the column marched into Krugersdorp.
General Kemp (Krugersdorp) remarked that the matter was most serious.
On November 26th Clements was back at Krugersdorp again with cattle and prisoners.
Krugersdorp from out of their hiding-places, as the Generals wanted to concentrate all the small bands for some great undertaking.
Having had no mails, we sallied forth with Mr. Clements in the direction of Krugersdorp, with four days' rations.
On November 13th he was at Krugersdorp, the southern extremity of his beat.
There were three or four wounded Boers in the Krugersdorp hospital, and apparently no others have been reported.
Another eighteen miles on the 31st brought us to within about eight of Krugersdorp.
The district round Krugersdorp was greatly disaffected, and contests between British and Boers occurred almost daily.