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John Dunn and Cetshwayo
John Dunn and the Colony of Natal
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activities administration advised affairs African agents allowed appear appointed arms army authority Bishop Boers British British government Bulwer Cape cattle Cetshwayo Cetywayo chiefdom chiefs Civil claims Colenso Colonial Office coloured considered cultural district Dominic Dunn's Durban early economic establishment European firearms force Frere frontier further given guns head held hundred imperial important influence interests John Dunn king labour land lived majority Mangete ment military mission missionaries Mpande Natal Native Nguni northern officials Osborn political position present received relations Report Reserve Resident respecting responsible river royal rule Secretary sent settle settlement settlers Shepstone Shepstone's social society South Africa southern stations subjects success territory thousand tion traders Transvaal Ulundi Usuthu wives Wolseley Wolseley's Zibhebhu Zulu king Zulu kingdom Zululand