The new Van Riebeeck Society publication THE WAR MEMOIRS OF COMMANDANT LUDWIG KRAUSE 1899-1900, edited by Jerold Taitz. 163 pages, coloured frontispiece, maps and illustrations, brown cloth, dust wrapper, Van Riebeeck Society, Second Series No.26. Cape Town 1996 R92

Commandant Ludwig ("Lodi") Krause compiled his memoirs in captivity in Pretoria early in 1901, shortly after being captured by the British forces. Born in Bloemfontein in 1872, he was unusually well educated for a Boer officer, having 4 university degrees by 1899, incl. an M.A. from Cambridge. Up to 1899 his career & that of his contemporary Jan Smuts moved together in roughly parallel fashion.

Krause describes the early campaigns in Natal in detail, covering Elandslaagte, Ladysmith, Spioenkop, Colenso and Pieter's Heights. >From Natal the focus moves to the Transvaal, and the retreat from the capital. As military legal adviser to the Boer Forces, Krause's view was that of the critical & privileged insider . He presided at a number of sensational trials (incl. that of Genl. Schoeman for treason) & was extremely critical of Kruger's government & of the widespread corruption & maladministration.

The final part of the memoir covers the little-known guerrilla theatre of the Northern Transvaal, where Krause served with the incompetent but larger-than-life Barend Vorster & with General Beyers. He saw a great deal of the backvelders of the Zoutpansberg commando who, according to Arthur Barlow, did not have a pair of socks between them!

Krause's family was a talented & distinguished one & this is exemplified by the career of his brother Fritz Krause, whose life "deserved to be made immortal.....through the annals of the industry." A Pretoria advocate, Fritz Krause was responsible for the saving of the gold mines from destruction in 1900. After being captured he went on parole to London & was sentenced on trumped-up charges for "incitement to commit murder", serving 15 months in Holloway Prison. After the war he became Judge-President of the O.F.S. And paid a great deal of attention to penal reform.

Altogether a unique, exceptionally interesting & welcome addition to Boer War literature & one that will acccelerate the interest in the nearing centenary. Paul Mills.

Breytenbach J.H. DIE GESKIEDENIS VAN DIE TWEEDE VRYHEIDSOORLOG IN SA DEEL VI. 1899 - 1902, Die beleg van Mafeking tot met die slag van Bergendal. 1966 Black hardcover pp 371. Government Printers Printrun 800 published 1996.

Van den Bergh G. 24 VELDSLAE EN SLAGVELDE/ 24 BATTLES AND BATTLEFIELDS, of the Northwest Province. 180 pp Soft cover. numerous photos and biogeography's Also available in English. A book commisioned by the Satoer's North West Province Assoc. Well researched and written by a military historian.

[Baden-Powell] B.-P. THE HERO OF MAFEKING, 80 pp., illus., pict. paper wraps, preserved in leather-backed & blue cloth solander box, No date (ca 1900). R1500 This publication sold for one penny to a mass readership & was instrumental in elevating Baden-Powell's status to that of a folk-hero. Not in S.A.B.

Barthorp (M.) THE ANGLO-BOER WARS 1815-1902, 176 pp., 4to, frontis., map on endpapers, 6 maps, numerous illus., Paperback edition, Manzini, 1990. R85

Belfield (E.) THE BOER WAR, 181 pp., maps on endpapers, 9 maps, illus., black cloth, d.w., 1975. R150

Boer War: THE BOERS AND THE BRITISH, A history of the events leading to the hostilites in South Africa, with a map of the seat of the war, 139 pp., folding map, new card wraps with orig. orange covers laid down, Melbourne, Australia, 1899. R2500 S.A.B. 1.229 (2 copies).

Brereton (Capt. F.S.) WITH RIFLE AND BAYONET, A story of the Boer War, 352 pp., frontis., 7 plates, blue pict. cloth gilt neatly recased, some light foxing, olivine edges, 1901. R300

Brereton (Lt.-Col.F.S.) ONE OF THE FIGHTING SCOUTS, A tale of guerrilla warfare in

South Africa, 352 pp., frontis., map, 5 plates, New edition, No date (ca 1902). R200

Breytenbach (J.H.) KOMMANDANT DANIE THERON, Baasverkenner van die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog, 251 pp., frontis. port., illus., green cloth, Cape Town, 1950. R250 A biography of the legendary Boer scout.

British Officer: THE LITERATURE OF THE SOUTH AFRICAN WAR 1899-1902, pages 299-321 of The American Historical Review, Vol. XII., No. 2, orig. blue wraps, new back, No place, January 1907. R200

British Army: SOUTH AFRICAN DESPATCHES Vol. 1 Cd. 457, Vol. 11 Natal Field Army, Cd. 458, presented to both Houses of Parliament by command of His Majesty, February, 1901, 140+138 pp., 4to, orig. blue wraps, preserved in black leather & cloth solander box, title gilt on back, 1901. R2500

Brown (H.) WAR WITH THE BOERS, An account of the past and present troubles with the South African Republics, 5 vols, 248 pp. each vol., small 4to, 12 maps, frontis. port. in each vol., 20 photogravure ports., 20 tinted plates & many b/w text illus., pict. khaki cloth, a.e.g., No date (ca 1900-1902). R1250 "Specially bound in Khaki, as worn by the British Troops on active service."

[Comaroff (J.L.) ed.] THE BOER WAR DIARY OF SOL T. PLAATJE, An African at Mafeking, 165 pp., frontis. port., map on endpapers, illus., full brown leather, No. 60 of 250 specially bound & numbered copies, Johannesburg, 1973. R250

Comyns (T.W.) THE WAR: BRITONS V. BOERS, The causes of the war in the Transvaal, 105 pp., frontis. port. of Kitchener, map, 7 plates, pict. paper wraps, Brisbane, 1900. R3500. Not in S.A.B.

Conan Doyle (A.) THE GREAT BOER WAR, 535 pp., 5 colour folding maps, orig. blue cloth, Fourth impression, 1900. R450 Profusely illustrated with photographs

[Cuthbert (Capt. J.H.) ed.] THE Ist BATTALION SCOTS GUARDS IN SOUTH AFRICA 1899 - 1902, 259 pp., oblong 4to, frontis.port., large coloured folding map, profusely illustrated with more than 1000 photographs taken by officers of the battalion, each with caption & date, red paper covered boards with regimental badge on upper cover, preserves in cream buckramcovered solander box with red title label, No date (1904). R4500. A record of the battalion's campaigns on the western front & through the O.F.S. to the E. Tvl & the Zululand border. This is probably the finest photographic collection published on the war. "This illustrated record of the work of the 1st Battalion Scots Guards during the South African War is the outcome of an agreement amongst some of the officers made in July, 1900. So many of the officers carried cameras that it was decided that on the return of the battalion a collection of the photographs taken should be made, and a selection from them should be brought out in book form.".

Davidson (J.M.) AFRICA FOR THE AFRICANDERS: why I am a "pro-Boer", 31 pp., orig. paper wraps bound in contemporary blue cloth, 1902. R1250 S.A.B. 1 copy only. Davidson, a Scot, displays both anti-English sentiments and anti-capitalistic beliefs.

Davis (Webster) JOHN BULL'S CRIME or Assaults on Republics, 225 pp., large 8vo, frontis. port., numerous plates, pict. blue cloth, t.e.g., top of back slightly frayed, Presentation copy from the author, New York, 1901. R750 Davis was Assistant Secretary of the Interior in the US Government. Davis presents the case for the Boer Republics to the American public. He met Reitz and Kruger and became convinced of the justice of the Boer cause. The book contains many interesting photographs from the Boer side.

Denton (K.) CLOSED FILE, The true story behind the execution of Breaker Morant and Peter Handcock, 160 pp., frontis. map, numerous illus., brown cloth, d.w., Adelaide, 1983. R250 Contains some of the Breaker's poems, as well as previously unpublished photographs.

De Wet (C.R.) THREE YEARS WAR (October 1899 - June 1902), 520 pp., frontis. port., folding map, green cloth gilt slightly faded, 1902. R450

Dixon (Capt. C.M.) THE LEAGUER OF LADYSMITH, 18 humorous chromolithographic coloured sketches with captions on opposite leaves, 23x30 cms., orig. white pict. paper covered boards soiled as usual, green cloth back, 1900. R950

[Eloff (C.C.) ed.] OOROGSDAGBOEKIE VAN H.S. OOSTERHAGEN, 106 pp., frontis. port., folding map, illus., orange cloth, d.w., Pretoria, 1976. R150

Feith (J.) & Van Ponten (K.) PILLEN VOOR JOE, 28 unnumbered pages of satirical cartoons in colour, with inscriptions & rhyming dialogue, Amsterdam, No date (ca1900). R950

[Ferreira (O.J.O.) ed.] GESCHIEDENIS WERKEN EN STREVEN VAN S.P.E. TRICHARD, Luitenant Kolonel der Vroegere Staats-Artillerie Z.A.R. door hemzelve beschreven, 261 pp., frontis. port., 4 holding maps, 18 illus., orange cloth, d.w., Pretoria, 1975. R150

KRIJGSGEVANGENSCHAP VAN L.C. RUIJSSENAERS 1899-1902, 238 pp., frontis. port., 2 folding maps, 26 illus., orange cloth, d.w., Pretoria, 1977. R150

MEMOIRS OF GENERAL BEN BOUWER, as written by P.J. Le Riche, 365 pp., frontis. port., illus., map in rear pocket, orange cloth, d.w., Pretoria, 1980. R250 Bouwer entered the Cape Colony with General Smuts & this colourful account is an important addition to the literature of that raid.

FitzGibbon (M.) ARTS UNDER ARMS, a university man in khaki, 232 pp., frontis. port., 5 plates, beige cloth, 1901. R450 "The main interest in this volume is the full account of the incidents connected with the surrender of the 13th Battalion of Imperial Yeomanry to General C. De Wet, an event which contributed to the breaking up of the Ninth Division under General Colvile." Mendelssohn 1.549.

Fuller (J.F.C.) THE LAST OF THE GENTLEMEN'S WARS, A subaltern's journal of the war in South Africa 1899-1902, 304 pp., frontis. port., 4 maps, illus., red cloth, frayed d.w., No date (1937). R500

Gardner (B.) MAFEKING, A Victorian legend, 246 pp., 3 maps, illus., red cloth, 1966. R150

Groenewald (C.) BANNELINGE OOR DIE OSEAAN, Boere krygsgevangenes 1899-1902, 179 pp., many illus., printed paper covered boards, Pretoria, 1992. R125

Gronum (M.A.) DIE BITTEREINDERS Junie 1901 - Mei 1902, 150 pp., maps on endpapers, 23 illus., previous owner's name & address on half-title page, green cloth, d.w., Cape Town, 1974. R125

Haldane (Capt. Aylmer) HOW WE ESCAPED FROM PRETORIA, 231 pp., frontis. port., folding map, illus., plans, brown pict. cloth, some spotting throughout, New edition, 1901. R450

Henty (G.A.) WITH BULLER IN NATAL or, A born leader, 384 pp. + 32 pp. publisher's advertisements, frontis., map, 9 plates, orig. blue pict. cloth gilt, olivine edges, previous owner's signature on back of frontis., binding a little loose, 1901. R750

Hofmeyer (A.) THE STORY OF MY CAPTIVITY DURING THE TRANSVAAL WAR 1899-1900, 302 pp., frontis. port., line drawing, orig. red cloth gilt faded & frayed at edges, 1900. R200

Ihle (D.D.) DAGELYKS LEVEN VAN DE BOEREN KRYGSGEVANGENEN te Diyatalawa, Ceylon, van photografen door een der D.D. Ihle Krygsgevangenen, bygestaan door H. Meester en andere Krygsgevangenen, 16 full-page photographic plates, oblong 8vo, printed card wraps with orig. owner's name, address & inscription in ink on upper cover, Colombo, No date (ca 1900). R1500. Ihle, the photographer, was himself a Boer P.O.W. at Diyatalawa. Orig.inscription on upper cover reads: "Capt. P. Landman, Hut 73 Ceylon, Woonachtig te Distr. Smithfield, O.V. Staat, South Africa, Eene geschenk aan Holland uit naam van Burgers".

Jourdain (Lieut.-Col. H.F.N.) THE NATAL CAMPAIGN 1899-1900, 36 pp., illus., paper wraps., Privately printed, No place, 1948. R200

Kestell (J.D.) THROUGH SHOT AND FLAME, 347 pp., colour frontis. port., 29 illus., red skivertex., d.w., Facsimile reprint, Africana Reprint Library, vol. 8, Johannesburg, 1976. R200

Kritzinger (Genl. P.H.) & McDonald (R.D.) IN THE SHADOW OF DEATH, 178 pp., frontis., maps, illus, green cloth gilt, new endpapers, Privately printed, 1904. R750 The war career of Genl. P.H. Kritzinger, commander of the rebel & republican forces in the Cape, and his capture & subsequent trial under martial law.

Kruger (R.) GOOD-BYE DOLLY GRAY, The story of the Boer War, 540 pp., 10 maps - 1 folding, illus., red cloth, d.w., Fifth edition, 1961. R150

Lantern slides: THE BOER WAR OF 1900, COLOURED LANTERN SLIDES, 20 (of 40?) coloured lantern slides in box, each 8 x 8 cms, with a cardboard box titled chapter 11, The Siege of Ladysmith, which was to contain 8 slides (not all present here), the slides are in good condition, the box has been simply repaired with tape, No date (ca 1900). R1500 The slides include the title slide, 1, "The Boer War in 1900", with a portrait of Kruger, & a selection of other action scenes from the first phase of the war. The slides are vividly coloured & depict essentially British heroism on the battlefield.

Lantern slides: THE TRANSVAAL WAR, 36 images, each 3.5 x 3.5 cms, 3 per glass slide (4 x 14 cms), contained in orig. brown untitled cardboard box, No date (ca 1900). R2500. An altogether cheaper production than the larger lantern slides, the images include portraits of Roberts, Kitchener, Buller, Kruger, Steyn, as well as many action scenes from the early part of the war up to the occupation of Pretoria. The slides are vividly coloured.

Lines (G.W.) THE LADYSMITH SIEGE 2nd Novr. 1899 - 1st March 1900, Record Containing: Regiments defending the besieged borough, Lists giving names of local volunteer defence force, The residents: including women and children, Short particulars as to Intombi Camp, Copies of various military and municipal notices, and a complete copy of the "Ladysmith Bombshell", with cartoons and other illustrations published therewith, 27 + 48 unnumbered leaves (the facsimile of the Ladysmith Bombshell) + 30 pp., 4to, illus., recent quarter black leather & black cloth, orig pink pict. paper wraps bound in, Pietermaritzburg, 1900. R3000

Malan (J.) DIE BOERE-OFFISIERE VAN DIE TWEEDE VRYHEIDSOORLOG, 1899-1902, 'n monografie van die Nasionale Kultuurhistoriese Museum, Pretoria, 234 pp., 4to, numerous b/w illus., pict. boards, Pretoria, 1990. R250 A useful illustrated biographical dictionary, this is, despite its errors, the best available one-volume reference book on the Boer leadership.

[Mangold (W.)] VIR VADERLAND, VRYHEID EN EER, Oorlogsherinneringe van Wilhelm Mangold 1899-1902, met inleiding, teksversorging en geskiedkundige aantekeninge deur T. van Rensburg, 379 pp., frontis. port., 3 folding maps, illus., pict. brown cloth, d.w., Pretoria, 1988. R150

Map: Orange River Colony: BRITON OR BOER, fourth edition, compiled from best available sources carefully revised by Wood & Ortlepp, Cape Town & Johannesburg, mounted on linen in panels, folds into brown cloth case, 62 x 102 cms, insets of Kimberley, Pretoria, Johannesburg, Ladysmith, Dundee & South Africa, coloured in outline, drawn to scale, Edward Stanford, March 1900. R2000

Marais (P.) PENKOPPE VAN DIE TWEEDE VRYHEIDSOORLOG 1899-1902, 200 pp., illus., pict. boards, Pretoria, 1993. R125

Martin (Col. A.C.) THE CONCENTRATION CAMPS 1900 - 1902, Facts, figures, and fables, 109 pp., illus., yellow cloth, d.w., Cape Town, No date (1957). R250 Written as a repudiation of J.C. Otto's `Die Konsentrasiekampe', this is an account of the controversial camps issue from the Imperial point of view.

McDonald (Ds. R.D.) IN DIE SKADUWEE VAN DIE DOOD, 193 pp., frontis. port., maps, illus., white dec. cloth, Ons Geskiedenis-Serie, second impression, Cape Town, 1943. R250 The war career of Genl. P.H. Kritzinger, commander of the rebel and republican forces in the Cape, and his capture and trial under martial law.

Meintjes (J.) STORMBERG, a lost opportunity, the Anglo-Boer War in the North-Eastern Cape Colony, 1899-1902, 206 pp., illus., black cloth, d.w., Cape Town, 1969. R150

PRESIDENT STEYN, A biography, 272 pp., frontis. port., illus., black cloth, d.w., Cape Town, 1969. R150

THE COMMANDANT-GENERAL, The life and times of Petrus Jacobus Joubert of the South African Republic 1831-1900, 220 pp.,illus., black cloth, d.w., Cape Town, 1971. R150

PRESIDENT PAUL KRUGER, A biography, 295 pp., map, illus., red cloth, d.w., 1974. R150

THE ANGLO-BOER WAR 1899-1902, A pictorial history, 192 pp., 4to, map, 392 plans & illus., red pict. cloth, d.w., Cape Town, 1976. R250

Middlemiss (Sgt. G.) WITH THE NORTHUMBERLAND VOLUNTEERS IN SOUTH AFRICA 1900-1901, 88 pp., 11 plates, orig. dec. beige cloth, Alnwick, 1902 R1500

Mostert (D.) SLEGTKAMP VAN SPIOENKOP, Oorlogsherinneringe van Kapt. Slegtkamp, 312 pp., illus., d.w., Cape Town, 1938. R250 Slegtkamp was a Hollander who served in the Boer army. His corps of train-wreckers was closely associated with that of Capt. Jack Hindon in the Transvaal.

Nalder (Marshall "Pakeha") BATTLE-SMOKE BALLADS or Rhymes of the Transvaal War, 39 pp., 12 x 18 cms, card wraps, Christchurch, New Zealand, No date (ca 1900). R2000 Not in S.A.B.

Neethling (Ds. C.A.) & De Wet (J.M.) LEWENSKETS VAN JOPIE FOURIE, 72 pp., frontis. port., illus., dec. blue cloth, Pretoria, 1915. R300

Oberholster (A.G.) OORLOGSDAGBOEK VAN JAN F.E. CELLIERS 1899-1902, 408 pp., frontis. port., 12 maps, illus., orange cloth, d.w., Pretoria, 1978. R150

Oosthuizen (A.V.) REBELLE VAN DIE STORMBERGE, Tweede Vryheidsoorlog 1899 -1902, 262 pp., illus., maps, pict. boards, Pretoria 1994. R125 A regional study of the Boer War in the north-east Cape.

Pakenham (T.) THE BOER WAR, 659 pp., maps, illus., brown cloth, d.w., 1979. R250

Pemberton (W.Baring) BATTLES OF THE BOER WAR, 216 pp., frontis. port., 7 maps, illus., blue cloth, d.w., 1964. R175

[Pietersburg Concentration Camp] KORTE GESCHIEDENIS VAN HET KONSENTRASIE KAMP TE PIETERSBURG, ZOUTPANSBERG, en naamlijst der 650 vrouwen en kinderen, aldar gestorven van 11 Mei 1901 tot 30 Januarie 1902, met voorwoord van Genl. C.F. Beijers, L.W.V., Voorzitter Wetgevende Vergadering, 15 pp., 4to, paper covers slightly frayed, Pretoria, 1908. R950 Published on Dingaan's Day 1908 to coincide with the unveiling of the monument at the site by Beyers, who had captured the concentration camp in Jan. 1902. The ages & dates of death of all 657 victims are given.

Pretorius (F.) THE ANGLO-BOER WAR 1899-1902, 96 pp., 4to, 5 maps, numerous colour & b/w illus, blue cloth, d.w., Cape Town, 1985. R150

Reform Controversy] SUD-AFRIKA, ENGLISCH ODER DEUTSCH- HOLLANDSCH? von einem Deutschen aus Sud-Afrika (mit einer karte des landes), 31 pp., map, green paper wraps, back restored, Berlin, 1899. R350

Reynolds (Maj. E.G.B.) THE LEE-ENFIELD RIFLE, 224 pp., numerous illus., sketches, charts, red cloth, d.w., 1960. R250

[Robb (Mrs J.)] THRILLING EXPERIENCES OF THE FIRST BRITISH WOMAN RELIEVED BY LORD ROBERTS by J.R., 40 pp., illus. on rear cover, paper wraps, Aberdeen, Cape Colony, 1900. R2000 S.A.B. 4.49. A diary of four and a half months spent in Jacobsdal, O.F.S.during the South African war.

[Rothmann (M.E.)] OORLOGSDAGBOEK van 'n Transvaalse Burger te velde 1900- 1901, met inleiding en aantekeninge deur M.E.R, 265 pp., frontis. port., 2 maps, brown cloth, d.w. frayed, Cape Town, (1947) 1976. R250 Included is M.E.R.'s 58 page essay "Ontwikkeling van 'n Afrikaner", which charts the political influences brought to bear on F.E. Rothmann in the last quarter of the 19th century, first in Wellington, Cape Colony, then in the O.F.S. This important essay examines some of the causes of Boer political alienation in the Cape during the two decades before the war.

Rosenthal (E.) GENERAL DE WET, a biography, 295 pp., frontis. port., 2 maps, 10 illus., red cloth, d.w., Second edition with additional material and illustrations, Cape Town, 1968. R150

Scheepers Strydom (C.J.) KAAPLAND EN DIE TWEEDE VRYHEIDSOORLOG, 285 pp., 5 maps on 2 fold-out sheets, dec. brown cloth, d.w., Ons Geskiedenis-Serie, Cape Town, 1937. R200

Selby (J.) THE BOER WAR, A study in cowardice and courage, 237 pp., 15 maps, illus., black cloth, d.w., 1969. R150

[Smit (A.P.) & Mare (L.) ed.] DIE BELEG VAN MAFEKING, Dagboek van Abraham

Stafleu, 285 pp., frontis. port., 2 maps, illus., pict. cloth, d.w., Pretoria, 1985. R150

[St. Helena] PICTORIAL VIEWS OF ST. HELENA and illustrations of the military camps and boer prisoners of war, 16 pp. each a full-page photograph, 9 x 5 cms, oblong 8vo, map on inside front cover, dec. card wraps, No place (Jamestown?), No date (ca 1902). R2000 Includes a photograph of the box in which Andries Smorenburg, a Boer prisoner, escaped from the island. He was discovered on the steamer, landed at Ascension & ultimately was returned to St. Helena. Another photograph shows Smorenburg being guarded by 2 British soldiers outside the fort in Jamestown. Only one copy listed in S.A.B.

St. Leger (Capt. S.E.) WAR SKETCHES IN COLOUR, 274 pp., colour frontis., 65 colour plates, map, plan, numerous line drawings, orig. dec. blue cloth gilt, t.e.g., 1903. R850

Sutherland (W.S.) SOUTH AFRICAN SKETCHES, PARODIES, AND VERSES, UP-TO-DATE, 96 pp., 10 illus., dec. orange, white & blue paper covered boards with brown cloth back, edges of boards worn, Aliwal North, 1901. R1150 .A.B. 4.445: "Humorous sketches, verse, etc., mainly connected with the author's experiences in Aliwal North while that town was occupied by the Boers (Nov. 1899 - March 1900).

Tempelhof (Dr. W.G.) WITH THE BOERS ROUND KIMBERLEY, being a personal narrative of scenes and occurrences in the enemy's laagers during the siege of Kimberley, 1899-1900, 17 pp., paper wraps stained & frayed, Reprinted from the "Diamond Fields Advertiser", Kimberley, No date (1902). R950

"Theta" THE SITUATION IN SOUTH AFRICA, A historical sketch, 32 pp., paper wraps spotted, Napier, New Zealand, 1900. R950 S.A.B. 4.484: 4 copies. "Price one shilling, proceeds given to the War Relief Fund".

[U.S. War Department] SELECTED TRANSLATIONS PERTAINING TO THE BOER WAR, 243 pp., 4 folding maps, recent red half morocco gilt with marbled boards, Washington, 1905. R1750. Published by the U.S. War Department in the Office of the Chief of Staff, Second (Military Information) Division, this publication comprises 6 translations of essays which appeared in German & French army journals. Two of the articles included are "Notes on the Artillary in the South African War", by P. Van Berchem, Major of Artillery, and "The German Infantry Regulations, as Tested by the Experiences of the Boer War", by Lieutenant von Gentz, Second Lorraine Infantry.

Uys (I.) HEIDELBERGERS OF THE BOER WAR,S 277 pp., 2 maps, numerous illus., brown cloth, frayed d.w., Signed by the author, Heidelberg, 1981. R150

Valentine (H.P.) TEN WEEKS A PRISONER OF WAR, 29 pp., double-page plan, pict. paper wraps, Wellington, New Zealand, 1901. R5000 Approximately 6000 New Zealand troops in 10 contingents were sent to S.A. Author was a member of the New Zealand First Contingent & was captured by De Wet. Only one copy listed in S.A.B. 4:595. "The author, ... was taken prisoner at Sanna's Post during the South African War, and gives a detailed description of life at the prisoners-of-war camp at Waterval, Tvl." A very rare map of the Waterval concentration camp is included.

[Van Rensburg (T.) ed.] OORLOGSJOERNAAL VAN S.J. BURGER 1899-1902, 219 pp., frontis. port., 4 maps, illus., orange cloth, d.w. torn & scarred by fishmoth, Pretoria, 1977. R150

Viljoen (B.) MY REMINISCENCES OF THE ANGLO-BOER WAR, 332 pp., frontis. port., 4 maps on fold-out strip, illus., red skivertex gilt, d.w., edges spotted, Facsimile reprint, Africana Collectanea Series vol. XLIV, No. 444 of an edition limited to 1000 copies, Cape Town, (1903) 1973. R150

Viljoen (Asst. Cmdt.-Genl B.J.) MIJNE HERINNERINGEN UIT DEN ANGLO-BOEREN-OORLOG, 354 pp., frontis. port., recent half red morocco with marbled boards, Amsterdam, 1902. R950 Von Slooten (Rev. Diedrich) THE BOER WAR, its parallel with America's great struggle, an appeal to Christian Americans, 12 pp., paper wraps browned on edges, partly unopened, Published for the Pan German League, New York, 1901. R850 Not in S.A.B.

Wallace (R.L.) THE AUSTRALIANS AT THE BOER WAR, 420 pp., 4 maps, numerous illus., brown cloth, d.w., Canberra, 1976. R250

Wilkinson (F.) AUSTRALIA AT THE FRONT, A colonial view of the Boer War, 286 pp., frontis. port., folding map, 20 plates, orig. pict. beige cloth, Complimentary copy from the publisher, 1901. R2500

Wilson (H.W.) WITH THE FLAG TO PRETORIA, 2 Vols., AFTER PRETORIA, THE GUERILLA WAR, 2 Vols., (together 4 Vols.,) 4to, 2 folding maps, prolifically illustrated, red cloth gilt dec. with British heraldic symbols, a very good set, 1900-1902. R2500

Wood (Lt.-Col. C.K.) THE WORK OF THE ROYAL ENGINEERS IN NATAL, 70 pp. text & 10 folding plates , illus., new red cloth, Extracted from The Royal Engineers Professional Papers vol. 2, No place , No date (1901). R350 Presentation copy, unusual in dust wrapper

Yardley (Lt.-Col. J.W.) WITH THE INNISKILLING DRAGOONS, The record of a Cavalry Regiment during the Boer War, 1899-1902, 365 pp., frontis. port., large folding map, numerous plates, green, red & yellow cloth with gilt crest of the Regiment on upper cover, back a little faded, t.e.g., two contemporary newspaper reviews - one pasted on the front endpaper, d.w., Presentation inscription from the author on half-title page, 1904. R3000

van Dyk (J.) DIE KWEVOEL KOMMANDO - seuns wat manne was, 'n verhaal uit die Tweede Vryheidsoorlog, 194 pp., paperback, Reprint, Morgenzon, (1988) 1990. R15


Ashe (Maj.) & Wyatt-Edgell (Capt. E.V.) THE STORY OF THE ZULU CAMPAIGN, with a new introduction by John Laband and an index, 418 pp., folding map, brown skivertex, d.w., Facsimile reprint, The Anglo-Zulu War Series, Cape Town, (1880) 1989. R125

Becker (P.) RULE OF FEAR, The life and times of Dingane, King of the Zulu, 283 pp., 19 illus., green cloth, d.w., 1964. R175

Binns (C.T.) THE LAST ZULU KING, The life and death of Cetshwayo, 240 pp., colour frontis., 3 maps, illus., brown cloth, d.w., 1963. R250

DINIZULU, The death of the House of Shaka, 306 pp., 6 maps, illus., black cloth, d.w., 1968. R250

THE WARRIOR PEOPLE, Zulu origins, customs and witchcraft, 283 pp., illus., yellow cloth, d.w., 1974. R250

Bird (J.) THE ANNALS OF NATAL 1495-1845, 2 vols, 732+484 pp., half green calf, green cloth, dec. gilt back with brown title labels, marbled edges & endpapers, corners a little worn, Pietermaritzburg, 1888. R1500

Birkby (C.) ZULU JOURNEY, 299 pp., frontis., maps on endpapers, 32 illus., green cloth rubbed & back faded, 1937. R 150

[Bleek (W.H.I.)] THE NATAL DIARIES OF DR.W.H.I.BLEEK 1855-1856, edited by O.H.Spohr, 117 pp., frontis., paper covered boards, Cape Town, 1965. R150

Brookes (E.H.) A HISTORY OF NATAL, 371 pp., frontis. port., 4 maps, illus., green cloth, d.w., sellotape marks on endpapers, Pietermaritzburg, 1965. R150

Brooks (H.) NATAL; A history and description of the Colony: including its natural features, productions, industrial condition and prospects, 336 pp. + publisher's catalogue, folding map, chromolithographic frontis., plan, 5 chromolithographic plates, 8 tinted plates which are mounted photographs, recent half brown morocco gilt, brown cloth sides, 1876. R2500

Bryant (A.T.) THE ZULU PEOPLE, as they were before the white man came, 769 pp., frontis. port., green cloth, d.w., Pietermaritzburg, 1949. R450

OLDEN TIMES IN ZULULAND AND NATAL, containing earlier political history of the Eastern-Nguni clans, 710 pp., frontis. port., 1 folding map & 2 distribution maps, 31 illus., numerous genealogical charts, blue cloth, 1929. R850

ZULU MEDICINE AND MEDICINE-MEN, 115 pp.,frontis., blue cloth, d.w., Cape Town, 1966. R250

Chase (J.C.) THE NATAL PAPERS, A reprint of all notices and public documents connected with that territory including a description of the country and a history of events from 1498 to 1843, in two parts, 135+320

pp., frontis. port., black skivertex gilt, d.w., Facsimile reprint, Africana Collectanea Series vol. XXX, no. 194 of an edition limited to 750 copies, Cape Town, (1843) 1968. R250

Clammer (D.) THE LAST ZULU WARRIOR, 240 pp., large 4to, colour frontis., map, plans, numerous colour & b/w plates & illus., brown skivertex gilt, d.w., pict. skivertex covered slipcase, One of an edition limited to 1000 copies, Cape Town, 1977. R2500 Most of the numerous colour illus. in this work are from a set of contemporary coloured lantern slides.

Clark (J.) NATAL SETTLER AGENT, The career of John Moreland agent for the Byrne emigration-scheme of 1849-51, 312 pp., small 4to, 2 maps, illus., skivertex back & paper covered boards, d.w., Cape Town, 1972. R250

Coupland (Sir R.) ZULU BATTLE PIECE, Isandhlwana, 144 pp., 4 maps, 9 plates, d.w., 1948. R250

Cowley (C.) KWA ZULU, Queen Mkabi's story, 226 pp., frontis. port., red cloth, d.w., Cape Town, 1966. R250

D'Arcy (P.) WHAT HAPPENED TO A V.C., 107 pp., small 8vo, frontis. port., 3 plans - 1 folding, 2 illus., paperback, Dundalk, No date (ca 1980). R75

Drayson (A.W.) THE DIAMOND HUNTERS OF SOUTH AFRICA, 383 pp., frontis., illus., pict. blue cloth gilt, a.e.g., some foxing & binding a little loose, No date (ca 1889). R450 A novel of hunting & prospecting set in Natal & Zululand.

Emery (F.) THE RED SOLDIER, Letters from the Zulu War, 1879, 288 pp., 8 maps, illus., green skivertex, d.w., 1977. R450 Paperback edition, Johannesburg 1983, available at R85.

Featherstone (D.) CAPTAIN CAREY'S BLUNDER, The death of the Prince Imperial, 240 pp., plan, 11 illus., red cloth, d.w., 1973. R350

Farrer (J.A.) ZULULAND AND THE ZULUS: their history, beliefs, customs, military system, home life, legends, etc., etc., and missions to them, 151 pp., orig. brown paper covered boards, Third edition, 1879. R2000 S.A.B.2:225. Published during the Anglo-Zulu War to satisfy public demand for information about the Zulu and Zululand. It rapidly passed through four editions.

Gardiner (Capt. A.F.) NARRATIVE OF A JOURNEY TO THE ZOOLU COUNTRY, IN SOUTH AFRICA, undertaken in 1835, 412 pp., hand coloured frontis., 25 lithographic plates - 1 hand coloured, folding map coloured in outline, recent half green morocco gilt, green cloth sides, 1836. R3750

Gibson (J.Y.) THE STORY OF THE ZULUS, 338 pp., frontis. port., 10 plates, genealogical table, blue cloth, neatly recased, New, revised & extended edition, 1911. R750

Glover (M.) RORKE'S DRIFT, A Victorian epic, 146 pp., map on endpapers, map, illus., grey cloth, d.w., Cape Town, 1975. R150

Gon (P.) THE ROAD TO ISANDLWANA, the years of an imperial battalion, 288 pp., map as endpapers, 9 maps, illus., orange cloth, d.w., Johannesburg, 1979. R200

Grout (Rev. L.) ZULU-LAND; or, Life among the Zulu-Kafirs of Natal and Zululand, South Africa, 351 pp., frontis., folding map, engravings, half brown calf gilt with brown cloth, some foxing throughout, library stamps, No date (ca 1860). R1250

Hattersley (A.F.) PORTRAIT OF A COLONY, The story of Natal, 233 pp., frontis., 9 plates, some light foxing, green cloth, d.w. frayed, Signed by the author, Cambridge, 1940. R200

Holden (Rev. W.C.) THE PAST AND FUTURE OF THE KAFFIR RACES, in three parts, I. Their history, II. Their manners and customs, & III. The means needful for their preservation and improvement, 516 pp., tinted lithographic frontis., 6 tinted lithographic plates, 4 wood engraved plates, folding map, orig. brown blind stamped cloth, No date (ca 1866). R1500 "...the author's long experience in the Cape colony and Natal admirably fitted him for the task of preparing the book, which is recognised as one of the standard works on South African natives in the middle of the ninteenth century..." Mendelssohn 1.725.

TRAVELS AND ADVENTURES IN EASTERN AFRICA, descriptive of the Zoolus, their manners, customs, with a sketch of Natal, newly revised and edited, in one volume, with a biography of the author, notes and appendices by Louis

Herrman and Percival R. Kirby, 349 pp., 4to, colour frontis., map, 4 colour & 10 b/w plates, slight spotting on edges, full brown leather gilt, d.w., No. 72 of 100 copies specially bound in de luxe style, Cape Town, 1970. R450

Jerrold (W.) SIR REDVERS H. BULLER, V.C., The story of his life and campaigns, 270 pp., frontis. port., 7 plates, embossed illus. blue cloth, 1913. R350 Pages 80 - 155 deal with Buller's service in the Ninth Frontier & Zulu Wars. His Boer War service & subsequent dismissal is not dealt with in any great detail.

Johnston (R.E.) ULUNDI TO DELVILLE WOOD, The life story of Major-General Sir Henry Timson Lukin, 232 pp., frontis., illus., red cloth, d.w., Cape Town, No date (ca 1925). R250

Knight (I.) "BY THE ORDERS OF THE GREAT WHITE QUEEN", Campaigning in Zululand through the eyes of the British soldier, 1879, 272 pp., maps, illus., maroon cloth, d.w., Signed by author, 1992. R250

[Kwazulu Cultural Museum] ZULU TREASURES: OF KINGS & COMMONERS, A celebration of the material culture of the Zulu people, 216 pp., 4to, maps, numerous colour & b/w illus., paperback, No place (Kwazulu/Natal), 1996. R275

Laband (J.P.C.) & Thompson (P.S.) THE BUFFALO BORDER 1879, The Anglo-Zulu War in northern Natal, 127+xii pp., map as frontis., 15 maps, illus., paperback, Durban, 1983. R150

Laband (J.) KINGDOM IN CRISIS, The Zulu response to the British invasion of 1879, 272 pp., maps, red cloth, d.w., Manchester, 1992. R250

Laband (J.P.C.) ed.] LORD CHELMSFORD'S ZULULAND CAMPAIGN 1878-1879, 314 pp., frontis., 3 maps, red cloth, d.w., Publications of the Army Records Society vol. 10, Stroud, Gloucestershire, 1994. R350

Lloyd (A.) THE ZULU WAR, 1879, 174 pp., map on endpapers, illus., maroon cloth, d.w., 1973. R150

Mackeurtan (G.) THE CRADLE DAYS OF NATAL (1497-1845), 348 pp., frontis. port., 23 plates, blue cloth, Signed by the author, 1930. R250

Map: ZULULAND, 80 x 63 cms, with an inset "Sketch map showing the Lines of Communication with Zululand and Transvaal" (20 x 26 cms), drawn to scale, Compiled & lithd. in Intelligence Dept. Horse Guards, No. 19, in new card folder with black cloth edges, London, March, 1881. R850 This is sheet 1 of the map of Zululand from "Narrative of Field Operations Connected with the Zulu War" of 1879, published in 1881.

Mitford (B.) THROUGH THE ZULU COUNTRY, its battlefields and people, with an introduction by Ian Knight, 257 pp., frontis., 20 illus., red cloth, d.w., Facsimile reprint (1883) 1992. R250

MY PEOPLE, The incredible writings of Credo Vusa'Mazulu Mutwa, 257 pp., line drawings, black cloth, d.w., Johannesburg, No date (ca 1968). R200 This edition is an edited version of the two earlier works of Credo Mutwa - "Indaba my Children" and "Africa is my Witness".

Roberts (B.) THE ZULU KINGS, 388 pp., map, illus., red cloth, d.w., Signed by the author, 1974. R150

Russell (Robert) NATAL THE LAND AND ITS STORY: A geography and history for the use of schools (with map), 265 pp., recased in red cloth with coat-of-arms embossed on front cover, lacks the map, with SUPPLEMENT TO NATAL, THE GREAT BOER WAR, 30 pp., 12 X 17 cms, red cloth wraps similarly embossed, back repaired, Pietermaritzburg, 1891 & 1901. R250

Smail (J.L.) HISTORIC MONUMENTS AND BATTLEFIELDS IN NATAL AND ZULULAND, 42 unnumbered pages, 4to, numerous maps & illus., blue skivertex, d.w., Cape Town, 1965. R350

Stuart (J.) A HISTORY OF THE ZULU REBELLION, 1906, and of Dinzulu's arrest, trial and expatriation, 581 pp., frontis., folding map, other maps, plans & illus., orig. red cloth gilt, t.e.g., frayed d.w., London, 1913. R1750

Tedder (V.) THE PEOPLE OF A THOUSAND HILLS, 63 pp., small 4to, colour frontis., numerous colour & b/w illus., white paper covered boards with cloth back, Cape Town, 1968. R75

Theal (G. McC.) THE REPUBLIC OF NATAL, The origin of the present Pondo Tribe. imperial treaties with Panda, and establishment of the Colony of Natal, 69 pp., 15 x 9 cms, marbled boards with grey cloth back,

Facsimile reprint, No. 475 of an edition limited to 500 copies, Willem Hiddingh Reprint Series No. 16, Cape Town, 1961.

Wilmot (A.) HISTORY OF THE ZULU WAR, 249 pp., frontis. port. a laid-down photograph of the Prince Imperial, folding map, green cloth neatly recased, 1880. R2750

[Wolseley (Sir G.)] THE SOUTH AFRICAN DIARIES OF SIR GARNET WOLSELEY 1875, edited with an introduction by A. Preston, 293 pp., 9 illus., skivertex back & paper covered boards, d.w., Cape Town, 1971. R200

THE SOUTH AFRICAN JOURNAL OF SIR GARNET WOLSELEY 1879-1880, edited with an introduction by A. Preston, 359 pp., skivertex back with paper covered boards, d.w., Cape Town, 1973 R350

Young (J.) THEY FELL LIKE STONES, Battles and casualties of the Zulu War, 1879, 224 pp., frontis., numerous illus., from old engravings, line drawings, maroon cloth, d.w., 1991. R250

[Zulu War of 1879] NARRATIVE OF THE FIELD OPERATIONS CONNECTED WITH THE ZULU WAR OF 1879 prepared in the Intelligence Branch of the War Office, 174 pp., maps, plans, charts - 1 folding, brown cloth, d.w., (with COMPANION TO NARRATIVE OF THE FIELD OPERATIONS), Facsimile reprint (1881) 1989. R125


Barnard (Lady Anne) TO DOCTOR GREGORY AT THE PORTLAND HOTEL, three sides, 19 x 10 cms, April 26, 1820. R1750. Written (probably) from Lady Anne Barnard's house in Grosvenor Square. She requests a visit from "my dear friend of a thousand years standing ... it gives me no pain to grow old, so you will see wrinkles and smiles in perfect amity ... I never go out unless by the greatest accident". Lady Anne Barnard's autograph letters are uncommon.

Craig (Maj-Gen. Sir J.H.) TO MAJ-GEN DOYLE AT CAPE TOWN, two sides, 22 x 18 cms, August 21, 1796. R3250. The surrender of a Batavian squadron under Admiral Lucas, to British forces at Saldanah Bay, necessitated the writing of this naval despatch. Craig was Military Governor at the Cape (1795-1797) & wrote from Saldanah Bay to Doyle to advise him that the latter's despatches had arrived to late for the `Mozelle', which had already departed for England. He refers to the burden of "a considerable number of Prisoners - and I am at a great loss to know what to do with them. "Craig adds that the Amsterdam Battery (since demolished) would be the most suitable place "where they could be shut up." He devotes an enigmatic last paragraph to the citizens of Cape Town: "I think I am pretty well acquainted with all the town business of the Cape but this has been a trying scene for them. Pour l'amour de Dieu don't say anything with the subject which may create the least alarm, but I hope I have the end of a clue which may lead to something." This is a remarkable letter relating to a little-known naval encounter off the Cape coast. It ranks among the very few South African despatches ever written from the scene of a naval engagement.

Methuen (Lord P.S.) ON THE MARCH AT KLERKSDORP, two sides ivo, written on back of printed folio sheet entitled LORD METHUEN'S OPERATIONS. A most successful march! Wolmaransstad & Hartebeestfontein taken, 5000 cattle and 15000 sheep captured! Battle of Hartebeestfontein Poort! A stubborn fight! March 3, 1901. R3000 Methuen was wounded and captured in a clash at Tweebosch in the Wtvl. in 1902. This letter conveys behind-the-scenes information, about events on the march, to someone "(Mildmay)" with whom he was obviously on casual and intimate terms. The folio sheet was written and printed by H.M. Guest, local newspaper editor, who published a number of books on the subject of the Boer War.

Wood (Lt.-Col. H.Evelyn) ZULU WAR LETTER TO SIR OWEN LANYON, two sides 4 to, Nondwini River, Zululand, June 5, 1879. R2000. Lanyon was Acting Administrator of the Transvaal, and Wood writes to him expressing his disappointment that they had been unable to meet during Lanyon's visit to Utrecht. There were tensions between

them and Wood states that "we are both soldiers and so can well understand " that differences of opinion should cause no difference of friendship." "Do not let Sekukuni shoot you", he concludes drily. This letter was written at the camp on the Nondwini River, which was two marches away from Thabanango. Wood was commander of the left wing flying column during the Zulu War and a legendary figure in the British army. He played a very prominent part in the Zulu War.

Adler (F.B.) Lorch (A.E.) & Curson (H.H.) THE SOUTH AFRICAN FIELD ARTILLERY, In German East Africa and Palestine 1915 - 1919, 146 pp., frontis. port. slightly stained, 4 maps, 14 plates - 1 folding, appendices, grey cloth, d.w. frayed, free endpapers stained, South African National War Museum Publication No. I, Pretoria, 1958. R450 This copy belonged to Gunner L.R. Vogts of "A" Battery & has a photo & souvenir card pasted down on the front free endpaper.

Agar-Hamilton (J.A.I.) THE NATIVE POLICY OF THE VOORTREKKERS, An essay in the history of the interior of South Africa 1836-1858, 228 pp., folding map, blue cloth, d.w., Cape Town, No date (1928). R250

Allen (V.) KRUGER'S PRETORIA, Buildings and personalities of the city in the nineteenth century, 259 pp., 4to, numerous illus. & 3 colour plates - 1 folding, green cloth, d.w., Cape Town, 1971. R250

Anderson (A.A.) TWENTY-FIVE YEARS IN A WAGGON, Sport and travel in South Africa, 427 pp., folding map, 14 illus., red skivertex gilt, d.w., Facsimile reprint, Africana Collectanea Series vol. XLVIII, no. 658 of an edition limited to 1000 copies, Cape Town, (1888) 1974. R150 Bellairs (Lady) THE TRANSVAAL WAR 1880-1881, 500 pp., frontis., map, red skivertex gilt, d.w., Facsimile reprint, Africana Collectanea Series vol. XLI, no. 104 of an edition limited to 1000 copies, Cape Town, (1885) 1972. R225

Bergh (J.S.) & Visagie (J.C.) THE EASTERN CAPE FRONTIER ZONE 1660-1980, A cartographic guide for historical research, 83 pp., folio, many large maps, numerous illus., paper covered boards, Durban, No date (ca 1985) R250

[Fouch‚ (Leo) ed.] MAPUNGUBWE ANCIENT BANTU CIVILIZATION ON THE LIMPOPO, Reports on excavations at Mapungubwe (Northern Transvaal) from February 1933 to June 1935, 183 pp., 4to., colour frontis., 2 maps - 1 folding, 3 colour plates, 40 b/w plates, table, 6 folding diagrams, beige cloth back & paper covered boards, d.w., Cambridge, 1937 with Gardner (Captain G.A.) MAPUNGUBWE, Report on excavations at Mapungubwe and Bambandyanalo in Northern Transvaal from 1935 to 1940, 234 pp., 4to., frontis. port., illus., line drawings, 5 folding diagrams, beige cloth back & paper covered boards, d.w., ex-library copy, a good set, Pretoria, 1963. 2000

Axelson (Eric) PORTUGUESE IN SOUTH-EAST AFRICA 1600 - 1700, 226 pp., 3 maps, illus., beige cloth, d.w., Johannesburg, 1969. R150

Axelson (E.) CONGO TO CAPE, Early Portuguese explorers, 224 pp., maps, illus., orange cloth, d.w., 1973. R200

Lacster (O.) & Grove (J.) DR JAMES BARRY: her secret story, 284 pp., frontis. port., 4 plates, new brown cloth with leather title label on back gilt, Presentation copy signed by both authors, 1932. R250

Rae (I.) THE STRANGE STORY OF DR. JAMES BARRY, army surgeon, inspector-general of hospitals, discovered on death to be a woman, 124 pp., frontis. port., 2 illus., slight sellotape marks on free endpapers, green cloth, d.w., 1958. R150

Rose (J.) THE PERFECT GENTLEMAN, The remarkable life of Dr James Miranda Barry, the woman who served as an officer in the British Army from 1813 to 1859, 160 pp., illus., black cloth, d.w., 1977. R150

[Beet (Arthur J.) comp.] KIMBERLEY: its history and diamonds, with summary of the siege, illustrated handbook issued under the auspices of the Municipality of the City of Kimberley, included in the "Programme of South African Association for the Advancement of Science", Twelfth Annual

Meeting, July 6th to 11th, 1914, 88 pp., illus., paper wraps, Kimberley, 1914.

Ayliff (Rev. J.) THE JOURNAL OF "HARRY HASTINGS" ALBANY SETTLER, edited by Rev. Dr. L.A. Hewson & Dr. F.G. van der Riet, 106 pp., maps on endpapers, 2 illus., red cloth, d.w., Grahamstown, 1963. R125

Barnes (P.) WHERE DUTY LEADS, The life of Colonel Jasper Selwyn, R.E., 42 pp., maps, title-page illus., numerous colour & b/w illus., genealogical tables, illus. card wraps. Selwyn was officer commanding the Royal Engineers at Graham's Town from 1834 - 1842.. Privately published, no. 33 of an edition limited to 1000 copies, signed by author, No place (Howick), 1979. R125

Butler (G.) THE 1820 SETTLERS, An illustrated commentary, 366 pp., 4to, maps, colour frontis., numerous illus., quarter brown leather with cloth covered boards, No. 15 of 200 copies specially bound in de luxe style & signed by the editor, Cape Town, 1974. R500

Dickason (G.B.) IRISH SETTLERS TO THE CAPE, History of the Clanwilliam 820 settlers from Cork Harbour, 113 pp., illus., paper-covered boards with skivertex back, d.w., Cape Town, 1973. R200

CORNISH IMMIGRANTS TO SOUTH AFRICA, The Cousin Jacks' contribution to the development of mining and commerce 1820 - 1920, 122 pp., illus., blue cloth, d.w., Cape Town, 1978. R200

Hockly (H.E.) THE STORY OF THE BRITISH SETTLERS OF 1820 IN SOUTH AFRICA, 284 pp., maps on endpapers, plan, frontis., illus., red cloth, d.w., Second edition, Cape Town, 1957. R150

Makin (A.E.) THE 1820 SETTLERS OF SALEM (Hezekiah Sephton's Party), 142 pp., frontis., folding map, illus., red cloth, d.w., sellotape marks on free endpapers, Cape Town, 1941. R150

Pringle (T.) NARRATIVE OF A RESIDENCE IN SOUTH AFRICA, 352 pp., frontis., 2 maps - 1 folding, illus., brown rexine, d.w., Facsimile reprint, Africana Collectanea Series vol. XX, Cape Town, 1966. R250

Reynolds (R.) & (B.) GRAHAMSTOWN FROM COTTAGE TO VILLA, 111 pp., maps & plans, numerous illus., brown cloth, d.w., Cape Town, 1974. R150

Brown (J.A.) A GATHERING OF EAGLES, The campaigns of the South African Air Force in Italian East Africa June 1940-November 1941 with an introduction 1912-1939, 342 pp., frontis., 7 folding maps, numerous illus., blue cloth, d.w., Cape Town, 1970. R350

Brown (W.H.) ON THE SOUTH AFRICAN FRONTIER, The adventures and observations of an American in Mashonaland and Matabeleland, 430 pp., frontis., 2 folding maps, illus., green cloth gilt, top of back neatly repaired, t.e.g., uncut edges, partly unopened, bottom corner of p. 87 torn off with v. sl. loss of text, back faded, New York, 1899. R450

T.V. Bulpin: Signed copies 84. Bulpin (T.V.) SHAKA'S COUNTRY, 306 pp., map on endpapers, numerous line drawings by Barbara Tyrrell, blue cloth, d.w., Signed by the author, second impression, Cape Town, 1952. R150

T.V. Bulpin: TO THE SHORES OF NATAL, 340 pp., map on endpapers, numerous line drawings by Barbara Tyrrell, green cloth, d.w., Signed by the author, Cape Town, 1953. R150

T.V. Bulpin: THE GOLDEN REPUBLIC, The story of the South African Republic from its foundation until 1883, 236 pp., map on endpapers, frontis., 23 illus., blue cloth, d.w., Signed by the author, Cape Town, No date (ca 1954). R150

T.V. Bulpin: THE IVORY TRAIL, 205 pp., map on endpapers, frontis., numerous line drawings by C.T. Astley Maberley, white cloth back, paper covered boards, d.w., Signed by the author, Cape Town, 1954. R150

T.V. Bulpin: LOST TRAILS OF THE TRANSVAAL, 336 pp., map on endpapers, numerous line drawings by A.A. Telford, blue cloth, d.w., Signed by the author, Cape Town, 1956. R150

T.V. Bulpin LOST TRAILS OF THE TRANSVAAL, 474 pp., map on endpapers, colour illus., numerous line drawings, pict. cloth, Signed by the author, Cape Town, 1965. R150 Author's Note: This book represents the combined material of several earlier works, `Lost Trails of the Lowveld', `The Golden Republic', `Storm over the Transvaal' and `Lost Trails of the Transvaal' (1956 edition). Much new material has

also been added in the process of correction and modification.

T.V. Bulpin: THE TRANSVAAL, unpaginated, oblong 8vo, map on endpapers, maps, numerous colour illus. & line drawings, pict. cloth, Signed by the author, Cape Town, 1975. R125

WHO REALLY DISCOVERED SOUTH AFRICA?, 170 pp., frontis., endpaper maps, maps, illus., line drawings, green cloth, d.w., Cape Town, 1969. R125

Clairmonte (E.) THE AFRICANDER, A plain tale of colonial life, 272 pp., frontis., 18 plates, brown cloth, new endpapers, half-title page repaired, clear laminated plastic laid down on both covers & back, 1896. R 350

FRONTIER EXPERIENCES IN THE CAPE, ZULULAND, BASUTOLAND DURING THE GUN WAR (1880), the Transvaal & prospecting in Swaziland. A number of the plates (although unidentified) feature unusual photographs of the Pedi chieftain Sekhukhune I & his family.

Collins (W.W.) FREE STATIA, Reminiscences of a lifetime in the Orange Free State, 344 pp., frontis., 8 tinted plates, sellotape marks on free endpapers, red skivertex gilt, d.w., Africana Collectanea Series vol. XII, one of an edition limited to 750 copies, Cape Town (1907) 1965. R250

Cousins (Rev. H.T.) FROM KAFIR KRAAL TO PULPIT, The story of Tiyo Soga, first ordained preacher of the kafir race, 160 pp., frontis. port., illus., pict. blue cloth gilt, 1899. R500

Cronwright-Schreiner (S.C.) THE LIFE OF OLIVE SCHREINER, 409 pp., frontis. port., 2 maps, 23 illus., orig. green cloth neatly recased, Second impression, 1924. R300

De Vries (M.) DIE GESKIEDENIS VAN DIE TRANSVAAL, of die Suit-Affrikaanse Repbubliek van die laaste tien jaare, gevertel door Klaas Waarsegger aan zijn neeft Martinust in Hollant in die eige Boere sijn taal, 74 pp., blue card wraps, back neatly restored, Leiden, 1881. R1250 (Of Jewish origin, De Vries was an immigrant from the Netherlands & chairman of the Transvaal Volksraad 1872 - 1873. He was an opponent of Republicanism & supported the British annexation of 1877. His book "is one of the oldest historical works written in a form of Afrikaans and contains interesting particulars about Pretoria in the seventies": S.E.S.A. vol. 4, p.3. His son was mayor of Pretoria 1926-28.

Dracopoli (J.L.) SIR ANDRIES STOCKENSTROM 1792-1864, The origins of the racial conflict in South Africa, 211 pp., frontis. port., 5 maps, illus., skivertex back & paper covered boards, Cape Town, 1969. R200

Dunston (L.) YOUNG PRETORIA 1889-1913, in collaboration with Dr Tom Dunston, 331 pp., oblong 4to, street map, numerous illus., red skivertex gilt, Privately published, Pretoria, 1975. R350

Engelenburg (Dr. F.V.) GENERAL LOUIS BOTHA, 352 pp., frontis., 4 maps, illus., green cloth, some light foxing throughout, Pretoria, 1929. R250

Fairbridge (D.) HISTORIC HOUSES OF SOUTH AFRICA, 191 pages, 4to, colour frontis. & 10 colour plates after Gwelo Goodman, numerous plates & text illus., orig. dec. blue cloth gilt, 1922. R850

Fairbridge (D.) LADY ANNE BARNARD AT THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE 1797-1802, 356 pp., colour frontis. port., 59 illus. - l folding, original green cloth gilt, Oxford, 1924. R300

Fielding (W.L.) WITH THE 6TH DIV., An account of the activities of the 6th South African Armoured Division in World War II, 191 pp., frontis. map, 4 sketch maps, illus., green cloth, Presentation copy from the author, Pietermaritzburg, 1946. R250

Fisher (J.) THE AFRIKANERS, 380 pp., 8 maps, illus., brown cloth, d.w., 1969. R150

Fisher (J.) THAT MISS HOBHOUSE, 286 pp., frontis. port., 12 illus., brown cloth, d.w., 1971. R225

FitzPatrick (Sir Percy) THE FLAG AND GOOD FAITH, 59 pp., colour frontis., card wraps, Privately published, No place (Cape Town), No date (1928). R750 Written shortly after the flag controversy, this booklet includes a correspondence (5 letters) between the author & Genl. J.B.M. Hertzog, published as "Correspondence with the Prime Minister". Inscription on front cover reads: "To Charles Murray with warm regards for his old friend & fellow worker, Truly Percy Fitzpatrick, Amanzi,


Gerdener (G.B.A.) SAREL CILLIERS, die vader van Dingaansdag, Lewenskets van die grote voortrekker, 141 pp., maps, illus., blue pict. cloth gilt, neatly recased with new back preserving orig. endpapers, Stellenbosch, 1919. R250

Gibbs (P.) THE HISTORY OF THE BRITISH SOUTH AFRICA POLICE, VOL 1, THE FIRST LINE OF DEFENCE 1899-1903, VOL.11, THE RIGHT OF THE LINE 1903-1939, 2 vols, 266+244 pp., frontis. port., maps, illus., blue illus. cloth, d.w., Salisbury, 1972. R350

Gordon (R.E.) SHEPSTONE, The role of the family in the history of South Africa 1820-1900, 421 pp., frontis., 4 maps, 30 illus., skivertex back & paper covered boards, d.w., Cape Town, 1968. R200

[Granville (A.K.)] WITH THE CAPE MOUNTED RIFLES, four years service in South Africa by an ex C.M.R., 262 pp., orig. pict. brown cloth gilt, neatly recased, 1881. R2000. The author served in the C.M.R. from 1876 until 1880 and saw service in the 9th Frontier War and at Morosi Mountain in Basutoland. He gives an interesting and detailed account of his time in the unit and his fellow soldiers.

Grogan (T.) TONY GROGAN'S SETTLER COUNTRY, [112] pp., oblong 4to, map, numerous colour & b.w. illus., brown cloth, d.w., Presentation copy from the author, Cape Town, 1980. R250

[Groote Schuur] RESIDENCE OF SOUTH AFRICA'S PRIME MINISTER/ WONING VAN SUID-AFRIKA SE EERSTE MINISTER, 127 pp., 4to, illus. title page, numerous colour & b/w illus., white skivertex gilt, d.w., Signed by Tini Vorster, No place (Cape Town), No date (ca 1972). R150

Halford (S.J.) THE GRIQUAS OF GRIQUALAND, A historical narrative of the Griqua people, their rise, progress, and decline, 209 pp., frontis. port., endpaper maps, 7 plates, brown cloth, d.w., Cape Town, No date (ca 1950). R150

Harris (Capt. W. Cornwallis) THE WILD SPORTS OF SOUTHERN AFRICA; being the narrative of an expedition from the Cape of Good Hope, through the territories of the Chief Moselekatse, to the Tropic of Capricorn, xv+387 pp., 8vo, lithographic frontis., folding map, 7 lithographic plates, half green morocco gilt & green cloth sides, marbled endpapers, t.e.g., Second edition, 1839. R1500

Herd (N.) 1922 THE REVOLT ON THE RAND, 210 pp., map on endpapers, street maps, illus., yellow cloth, d.w., Johannesburg, 1966. R150

Herring (Rev. Gerald) THE PILGRIM DIGGERS OF THE SEVENTIES, A short history of the origin of Pilgrims Rest (1873-1881), with a note on the Voortrekkers, 46 pp., paper wraps, Privately printed, No date (1949). R150

Herrman (Louis) A HISTORY OF THE JEWS IN SOUTH AFRICA, from the earliest times to 1895, 287 pp., frontis., illus., black cloth, 1930. R150

[Jameson Raid] JAMESON'S HEROIC CHARGE, A true story, a complete vindication of the Reform Movement, 39 pp., recent quarter brown morocco with brown cloth, Johannesburg, 1896. R650 Written as a "little counterblast" to the "scurrilous papmphlet" published as `Revolution, and After', which had been "so glaring in its full-faced attempt to blacken the `Reform Movement.'" The dedication page reads as follows: "This little work is respectfully dedicated to the POLITICAL PRISONERS, in affectionate remembrance of the days and years gone by, and in strongest hopes for the years before."

Knox-Johnston (R.) THE CAPE OF GOOD HOPE, A Maritime History, 246 pp., maps, illus., line drawings, blue cloth, d.w., 1989. R150

Lategan (Prof Dr. F.V.) DIE BOER SE ROER, Die groot geweerboek van Suid-Afrika, 209 pp., 4to, frontis., numerous colour & b/w illus., one of an edition limited to 2000 copies, Signed by the author, Cape Town, 1974. R200

[Le Cordeur (B.) & Saunders (C.C.) eds] THE WAR OF THE AXE, 1847, 287 pp., 4to., frontis., 4 maps, 54 colour & other plates, bound in half green goatskin & hand-marbled paper, t.e.g., new slipcase, Brenthurst Press, First Series No. 7, no. 22 of the de luxe edition limited to 125 copies, Johannesburg, 1981. R950

Lehmann (J.) REMEMBER YOU ARE AN ENGLISHMAN, A biography of Sir Harry Smith 1787-1860, 384 pp., frontis.

port., 8 maps, 32 illus., brown cloth, d.w., 1977. R150

Lucas (T.J.) CAMP LIFE AND SPORT IN SOUTH AFRICA, Experiences of kaffir warfare with the Cape Mounted Rifles, 258 pp., colour frontis., 3 tinted plates, brown skivertex, d.w., Facsimile reprint, Africana Reprint Library vol. two, Johannesburg, (1878) 1975. R200

Stanley (H.M.) HOW I FOUND LIVINGSTONE; Travels, adventures, and discoveries in Central Africa; including four months' residence with Dr. Livingstone, 736 pp. + 8 pp. publisher's catalogue dated October 1872, frontis. a laid down photograph of Stanley, large folding map & 5 other maps, 28 engraved plates, 25 text illus., orig. pict. brown cloth with a vignette of the meeting of Livingstone & Stanley on upper cover, "Dr. Livingstone I presume", neatly recased, 1872. R2750

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