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Published by Smith, Elder, and co.; [etc., etc.] in London .
Written in English

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Places:

  • Kaffraria.

Subjects:

  • Kaffraria

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Edition Notes

StatementBy the Rev. Francis Fleming.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDT846.K2 F5
The Physical Object
Pagination5 p. l., 144 p.
Number of Pages144
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6956019M
LC Control Number05016921
OCLC/WorldCa4893569

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Mendelssohn (Sydney) South African Bibliography, volume 1, page , ‘The Preface to the first edition states that the author had resided for nearly three years in Kaffraria, and in the second edition there is a supplementary chapter bringing the book up to date. The volume commences with a short history of the Cape Colony and its. British Kaffraria: The People's Blue Book, Containing the True and Full Account of the Political Commotion in British Kaffraria, Its Rise and Progress, Known Under the General Designation of the Anti-annexation Movement [With Appendices]. Fleming, Rev F. KAFFRARIA & ITS INHABITANTS Simpkin, Marshall & Co, London, hard back, 2 vignettes, 9 engraved plates, folding coloured map, foxing throughout, viewing recommended Fine Art & Design - Cape Town. The hospitality of Kaffraria, as probably of all colonies, is unfailing. Among the white people, certainly the largest work is being done by our own Church, although in Kokstad the Congregationalists have a large congregation, and the Wesleyans at Umtata, Maclear, and elsewhere have resident ministers for .

Eight Years in Kaffraria, By Alan G. S. Gibson, M.A. S.P.G. Missionary to the Pondomisi, "The work among this primitive people, with their chief Umditshwa, was interesting, if not encouraging. under the supervision of the Rev. R. H. Godwin. A book of Kaffir Sermon Sketches is now in the press, designed to help preachers in. British Kaffraria was a British colony/subordinate administrative entity in present-day South Africa, consisting of the districts now known as King William’s Town and East was also called Queen Adelaide's Province.. The British Kaffraria was established in when the British colonisers occupying South Africa invaded the Ciskei region between the Keiskamma and Great Kei rivers. Kaffraria, i.e. the land of the Kaffirs, is no longer an official designation (with the term kaffir now an offensive racial slur in South Africa). The districts now known as King Williams Town and East London were annexed by the British early on, and were thus known as British Kaffraria (later annexed to .   British Kaffraria; The people's blue book, containing the true and full account of the political commotion in British Kaffraria, its rise and anti-annexation movement [With appendices] [Kaffraria, Committee of] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. British Kaffraria; The people's blue book, containing the true and full account of the political commotion in British KaffrariaAuthor: Committee of Kaffraria.