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The Empire Company was one of the volunteer pioneer units that first left the original garrison at the Cape in 1780. The name is said to have come from the missionary James El-bain, when he was describing to his son Robert "The companies that I have been in, were all named after different parts of the world". The Company arrived at Durnford's Drift on either 13 or 14 December 1862 under Captain Swettenham.
The camp staff was organised into a formal, formal hierarchy, with the highest-ranking members being commanded by officers and sergeants. The ranking non-commissioned officers were the same in rank as those of the officers; they were addressed as "Captain" or "Major", unless their titles were known. Similarly, the men were addressed only as "Private", "Standby" and "Corporal". Higher-ranking non-commissioned officers were accompanied by senior privates of their own rank.
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