Natal and the Zulu Country.


T. V. Bulpin is a very colourfull writer of historical works, plus adventure and travel.Here again is another of his masterpieces,In his romantic way he describes the colony of Natal and Zululand,as an area in the African continent of imence fresh beauty of its own.Set out in 41 short chapters,he opens with an insight into forgotten time,the golden beached,the kings and rulers of the land,the hunter settlers,the colonial days.the coming of the Voortrekkers,the Drakensberg mountains,and much,much more.

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H/b in all round pictorial boards,in very fine clean condition,no d/w,Size 9×6 pp 8+456,inc,index,bibliography,illustrations as sketches in text,double landscape plates in full colour,inc sketch of Zulu warrior to tittle page,Maps to both front and back p/d’s and e/p’s.Hinges strong.Binding good to firm.A dirty mark to pages 10 and 14,with a 50mm tear to the top of that page.Otherwise internaly nice and clean throughout.This damage is a pity,and takes the edge off a very fine clean copy.What a shame.


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