The Natalians. Further Annals of Natal.


Of all the colonies held by the British,the colony of Natal was to be the first in Africa,and in no doubt it was remote from other civilisations,both from the north,that borderd on Zululand,south and east by the great barrier of the Drakensberg mountain range.Set out in 6 chapters the subjects covered are,basicaly the “Natalians” the formation of the colonial community,and the hazardous journey to Natal.The Byrne emigration,its economic development,inland Natal economic development,and much more.

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H/b in the original boards,ends of spine bruised but basicaly clean,no d/w.Size 9×6 pp 4+200,inc index,plates,reproduced from water-coloures,inc frontispiece.Hinges weak.Binding dry and beginning to crack in places.Bookplate to f/pd.Top of f/ep cut off.Prelims and end papers quite heavily foxed and stained with some light foxing internaly throughout textblock.A sound copy,but has seen better days. A good –fair copy.


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