Native labour in South Africa.


This small booklet contains material from a public meeting convened by the Aborigines Protection Society,and the British and Foreign Anti-Slavery Society,to debait the labour problem in South Africa,now that slavery has been abolished,to put an end to forced labour,so that the native people can work on their own land for the betterment of their own advancement,and that the increasing Dutch population,must be prepaired to work with the natives.An interesting study this.



H/b in nice clean printed boards,nice and sharp without wear,no d/w.size 9×6 pp 4+20,inc,text only no plates.Reprint of the 1903 original,title page type printed,with the original title page reprinted.Hinges strong.Binding tight (suggest unread) No foxing,staining or browning,Internally nice and clean and bright throughout. A v/g+–fine clean copy.


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