I guess you have the coordinates of the "known" two points, so you can add them as a point layer to QGIS. You can use the Openlayers plugin with Openstreetmap or Google background to see if they are placed correctly.
For the further work, delete the Openlayers layer, and choose a better projected CRS, like UTM for your part of the world.
If you only have distances for the local points (and no bearings), you can draw circles using the CAD tools plugin with those distances around your two points, and one of the intersections has to be the local point. Do the same for some other points
With that, you now have points to georeference.
You could do the same in Corel Draw as well:
Transform the coordinates of the known two points into UTM, draw circles with delt E and delt N around one of them, and you can construct lines of constant Easting and Northing as tangents on the circles and the other point. From these, you can calculate the UTM coordinates of the rest.
It should look like this:
The almost horizontal line should have a constant Northing of N2.