The Rise Of South Africa
Sir George Cory
The Rise of South Africa; A History of the Origin of South African Colonisation and of Its Development Towards the East from the Earliest Times to 1857.
In 5 volumes,
1. (1910), 420 pages,with fold-out map,From the Earliest Times to 1820, Early Troubles in Graaff Reinet, The Eastern Province under Batavian Rule,Influence of Bethelsdorp in moulding Eastern province History, the Struggle for Zuurveld,Continued Trouble with Kaffirland, Slagter's Nek, Combined Movement against Kaffir chiefs, The battle of Grahamstown.
2. (1913), 490 pages,with fold-out map. From the Earliest Times to 1857,British Colonisation of the Cape,Lord Charles Somerset and the Settlers,Per Aspera ad Astra (A rough road leads to the stars), Need for reform in the Cape Judicature, The Administration of Major-General Bourke, Tantaene Animus Coelestibus Irae(can there be such rage in Heaven), In the shadow of the storm.
3. (1932), 474 pages,(new impression), with fold-out map,Slavery at the Cape,The First week of the Kaffir War of 1835,The Campaign in Kaffirland,Stockenstom's Policy.
4.(1926), 546 pages,the Boer Trek,Establishment of the Dutch Republic In Natal, The Beginnings of the Orange Free State, The Kaffir war of 1846.
5.(1930),520 pages, The Reign of Sir Henry Pottinger, East versus West,The Establishment of British Kaffraria, The Convict Agitation, Representative Government fro Cape Colony, Outbreak of the Kaffir War of 1850-1853.
All volumes stamped COMMUNITY OF THE RESURRECTION on inside page, (maximium of 3 stamps), bookseller label on inside board, (volumes 111 to V).
Originally planned as 4 volumes, expanded to 6 volumes,with the completed portion of the last volume(6 chapters) being published by the Archives of the Union of South Africa in 1940. (5 years after the author's death)
Longman,Green, Date of Publication:1910-1932, Overall Condition: good, Size: quarto
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