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" Slightly wounded, many of the carriers, weakened by hunger, threw away their loads, and nearly all of us have lost clothing and such provisions as we had. The march to Ekwanta has been one of great difficulty and privation, the hammock-men being, too-... "
The Siege of Kumassi - Page 258
by Mary Alice Young Hodgson (Lady.) - 1901 - 365 pages
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Sessional Papers, Volume 48

Great Britain. Parliament. House of Commons - Great Britain - 1901
...we had. The march to Ekwanta has been one of great difficulty and privation, the hammock-men being, too- weak to perform duty and the column hampered...absolutely necessary to relieve Fort not later than 15th July. The people encamped round the Fort suffered from starvation terribly, and the rate of mortality...
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Das Staatsarchiv, Volumes 65-67

History, Modern - 1902
...hampered with large numbers of person3 who followed from Coomassie. We are halting here for two days recruit and we hope to reach Cape Coast in ten days' time. We haV * had letters sent to Officer Commanding column for relief who, what I hear, has reached Bekwai,...
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Das Staatsarchiv: Sammlung der offiziellen Aktenstücke zur ..., Volumes 66-67

History, Modern - 1902
...we had. The march to Ekwanta has been one of great difficulty and privation, the hammock-men being too weak to perform duty and the column hampered with...Officer Commanding column for relief who, from what 1 hear, has reached Bekwai, acquainting him with situation, and saying that it is absolutely necessary...
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