A Woman's Part in a Revolution by Natalie Harris Hammond

By Natalie Harris Hammond

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Prisoners are still wearing their own clothes, although it is said that enough jumpers of prison sacking are waiting to breech the lot. They suffer severely from cold and dampness, the prison accommodations offering little or no protection from the weather. Many of them are ill. There is talk of separating the Reformers and sending them to jail in various districts— Barberton, Rustenburg, and Lydenburg. This threat causes much apprehension, for their one solace is being together. Rumour of English troops gathering on the Border.

However, this sentence was provisional, and it was understood petitions would be entertained. This news was first taken into the jail by two wives who had outrun the messenger. My husband says that when he saw Mrs. X. ' X. wasn't half the offender he was, and the sentence was evidently something too dreadful to tell. Mr. X. was one of the three months' men, I believe. These sentences, although unpopular, relieved to a certain extent the awful strain. But what was Johannesburg's wrath to hear two days later that the sentences were not for the periods mentioned, but that at the expiration of these periods the prisoners could make fresh applications to be again considered!

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