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Produced by John Bickers; Dagny CETYWAYO AND HIS WHITE NEIGHBOURS OR, REMARKS ON RECENT EVENTS IN ZULULAND, NATAL, AND THE TRANSVAAL.
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Cetywayo's son-Necessity of proper settlement of Zululand-Should Cetywayo be restored?
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Zululand and the Zulu settlement still continue to receive some attention from the home public, partly because those responsible for the conduct of affairs are not quite at ease about it, and partly because of the agitation in this country for the restoration of Cetywayo.
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The Zulu question is a very large one, and I only propose discussing so much of it as necessary to the proper consideration of the proposed restoration of Cetywayo to his throne.
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But as there are interests involved in the question of his reinstatement which are, I think, more important than Cetywayo's personal proportions of mind or body, and as the results of such a step would necessarily be very marked and far-reaching, it is as well to try and understand the matter in all its bearing before anything is done.
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There has been a great deal of special pleading about Cetywayo.
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To understand the position of Cetywayo both with reference to his subjects and the English Government, it will be necessary to touch, though briefly, on the history of Zululand since it became a nation, and also on the principal events of the ex-king's reign.
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Chaka, Cetywayo's great uncle, was the first Zulu king, and doubtless one of the most remarkable men that has ever filled a throne since the days of the Pharaohs.
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Two of his sons, Umbelazi and Cetywayo, of whom Umbelazi was the elder and Panda's favourite, began, as their father grew old, to quarrel about the succession to the crown.
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It came up at the charge, between two and three thousand strong, and was met near his hiding-place by one of Cetywayo's young regiments.
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Another of Cetywayo's regiments took the place of the one that had been destroyed, and this time the combat was fierce and long, till victory again declared for the veterans' spears.
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Cetywayo's forces pressed his men back to the banks of the Tugela, and finally into it.
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A curious story is told of Cetywayo with reference to his brother's death.
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The probability is that Cetywayo acted thus more from motives of policy than from affection to his brother, whom indeed he hoped to destroy.
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It did not do to make too light of the death of an important prince: Umbelazi's fate to-day might be Cetywayo's fate to-morrow.
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After the fight, however, he went over to Cetywayo and became his man.
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From that time till the outbreak of the Zulu war he remained in Zululand as adviser to Cetywayo, agent for the Natal Government, and purveyor of firearms to the nation at large.
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As soon as Cetywayo got into trouble with the Imperial Government, Dunn, like a prudent man, deserted him and came over to us.
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A period of sixteen years elapsed before Cetywayo reaped the fruits of the battle of the Tugela by succeeding to the throne on the death of his father, Panda, the only Zulu monarch who has as yet come to his end by natural causes.
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In 1861, however, Cetywayo was, at the instance of the Natal Government, formally nominated heir to the throne by Mr. Shepstone, it being thought better that a fixed succession should be established with the concurrence of the Natal Government than that matters should be left to take their chance on Panda's death.
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Examples of Cetywayo

Example #1
This text was prepared from an 1882 edition published by Trubner & Co., Ludgate Hill, London.
Example #2
Nothing can show greater ignorance of English politics than such an idea.
Example #3
Zululand and the Zulu settlement still continue to receive some attention from the home public, partly because those responsible for the conduct of affairs are not quite at ease about it, and partly because of the agitation in this country for the restoration of Cetywayo.
Example #4
There is no doubt that the present state of affairs in Zululand is a subject worthy of close consideration, not only by those officially connected with them, but by the public at large.
Example #5
Cetywayo's son-Necessity of proper settlement of Zululand-Should Cetywayo be restored?