Memorials of the British Settlers of South Africa.


This little booklet was published by the University of Cape Town Library and the South African Library as a reprint from the original of 1845,which was to commemorate the foundation of the settlement of the British settlers in South Africa in 1820.Addresses delivered by the Rev.John Ayliff,himself a settler,as a memorial to all the souls that endured so much hardship,and as a mark of thankfulnes for their deliverence,so that their struggle should not be forgotten.

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H/b in the original boards,clean,corners and ends of spine a little rubbed,and spine faded,no d/w.Size 7×5 pp 4+63,appendix,various lsts,no plates,text only. Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest Unread).Owners signature,town and date to ff/ep,with notification of a previous owner on f/pd.A little staining to prelims,Very much browned throughout.I think owing to the quality of the paper used.Otherwise nice and clean throughout.


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