Chaka the Terrible.

£9.00

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 176.no 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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