The Cape Diary and Letters of William Mann. Astronomer and Mountaineer 1839-1843 – Warner, Brian (Ed)

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A glimpse of the conditions in the country and mountain districts of the western section of the Cape Colony in the 1840s. The trials and dangers of climbing numerous mountains, the distances covered and elevations gained by Mann on horseback and on foot as part of a normal day’s work. 104 Pages. Contents clean and binding sound. Very good. Softcover. Thick card-wraps. Fold to front lower corner. Some light edge-wear to sides of spine.

Publisher: Friends of the South African Library
Date Published: 1989
Publication Place: Cape Town

Condition: Very good.
Binding: Softcover. Thick card-wraps. Fold to front lower corner. Some light edge-wear to sides of spine.

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Weight 500 g