South Africa. Past and Present. – Markham, Violet

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An account of its history, politics and native affairs followed by some personal reminiscences of African travel during the crisis preceding the war

With portraits and historical chart. Frontispiece of Sir Bartle Frere. Contents are in three parts: Part 1 deals with a sketch of South African history from 1652-1900. Part 2 deals with Native affairs and Part 3 Notes from a travelling diary. 4 portraits. Heavy foxing to prelims. 2nd front free end page removed with a large top section of the half title page missing. Some light scattered foxing in areas as all as to all page edges. There are a few uncut pages towards the rear. Contents still firmly bound. 1st Edition. Condition: Fair. Binding: Hardcover. Blue boards with gilt image of table mountain and sea on the cover and gilt lettering on the spine. Edge-wear to all edges and sides of spine. Bumping to the spine edges. Grubby marks on the spine.

Publisher: Smith, Elder & Co.
Date Published: 1900
Publication Place: London
First Edition: Yes

Condition: Fair.
Binding: Hardcover. Blue boards with gilt image of table mountain and sea on the cover and gilt lettering on the spine. Edge-wear to all edges and sides of spine. Bumping to the spine edges. Grubby marks on the spine.

Dimensions: 21cm x 14.5cm x 3.5cm

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Weight 1000 g