The Victorian Era in South Africa. A short history of progress from the Cape to British Central Africa during Her Majesty’s rein.

£18.00

This volume is dedicated to Queen Victoria’s era in South Africa.It is a short history of progress from the Cape to British Central Africa during her Majesty’s reign 1837-1897.The following pages,recording the chief events which have marked her Gracious Majesty’s rule in South Africa,owe their being to a desire on the part of the author to add to the many works,for which the Diamond Jubilee is responsible.A concise history of “The Victorian Era in South Africa”.

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H/b in the original boards,corners worn and bumped,and spine-ends bruised.No d/w.Size 9×6 pp 8+102 inc index, plates as two portrates of Queen Victoria,two double-page coloured maps..Patterned p/ds and end-papers.Hinges dry and cracked.Binding good to firm,This book is heavily foxed and stained throughout,But you cant expect to much as it is 110 years old.

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