Chaka the Terrible.


Chaka,one of the many sons of the king of the Zulus,was born in 1787,though he was not popular with his father.He and his Mother were banished when he was still a very small child,for failing to ward off a marauding dog which killed one of the sheep in his care.He quickly proved his superiority over the other boys of his age,by his courage and strength,and as a youg man he became a natural leader and warrior.This is the history.

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H.b in nice clean boards,in a pictorial d/w a little on the grubby side and edge-worn.Size 7×5 pp plates text only.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.A small signature to ff/ep.Some staining and light foxing to prelims and end papers.Somewhat age-browned throughout otherwise internaly clean.A v/g–v/g clean copy.


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