The Transvaal from within. A Private Record of Public Affairs.


The “Transvaal From Within”,is a history of the founding of the Transvaal as a Boer sate,and how it was to become a kind of multi-racial state with the original Trek-Boer farmer,the Cape Dutch,the German and the English settlers(The Uitlanders),all vying for their own political rights.Set out in 11 chapters the vital topics are studied,the earlier days,after the war,the origin of the movment,the Jameson invasion,and much more. Historically important.

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H/b in the original boards,quarter bound in dark brown buckram,very worn corners with creased spine.Binding pushed out of line through bad stacking.Size 9×6 pp 14+inc,index,various plates text only.Front hinges cracked.Binding dry and liable to crack and out of line.This is an old ex-libbrary copy with all the faults covered-up on f/pd and ff/ep with a previous owners name and address and purchase date with the usual small stamps in the text.This book has seen better days with the text block generally marked and some leaves damaged.Sound but in a grubby state internally.


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