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Lot 80

Stanley, Henry M

IN DARKEST AFRICA

Or The Quest Rescue and Retreat Or Emin Governor of Equatoria.

Lot 83

Oliver Ransford

BULAWAYO - Historic Battleground of Rhodesia (Signed)

Lot 84

Shorten, John R.

The Johannesburg Saga

Lot 85

Various (Photographers)

SOUTH AFRICA THROUGH THE LENS

Social Documentary Photography

Lot 88

[Appleton (Capt. F.M.) Compiler]

THE VOLUNTEER SERVICE COMPANY

(1st South Lancashire Regiment) in South Africa during the Boer War. January, 1900 - July 1901. With some particulars concerning the Third Contingent.

Lot 89

Burn-Murdoch (J.H.)

WITH LUMSDEN'S HORSE AGIN THE BOERS

Lot 91

The "City Press" C.I.V. Souvenir

C.I.V. THE CITY OF LONDON IMPERIAL VOLUNTEERS and the War in South Africa, A.D. 1900.

Lot 92

Cooke (John H.) Compiler:

5,000 MILES WITH THE CHESHIRE YEOMANRY IN SOUTH AFRICA

Lot 93

Doke (Joseph J)

M.K. GANDHI

An Indian patriot in South Africa with an introduction by Lord Ampthill

Lot 95

Edwards (Neville)

THE TRANSVAAL IN WAR AND PEACE

With numerous illustrations

Lot 97

Hendry (Hamish)

MAJUBA, BRONKERSPRUIT, INGOGO, LANG'S NEK KRUGERSDORP

With eight illustrations

Lot 98

[Lambton (D'Arcy)]

SIR CHARLES WARREN AND SPION KOP

A vindication by 'Defender', with a biographical sketch, portrait and map.

Lot 99

Leather-Culley (Mrs. J.D.)

ON THE WAR PATH

A lady's letters from the front. With sixteen illustrations.

Lot 100

Luttman-Johnson, Colonel F.

RECORD OF SERVICES OF THE 3RD BATTN. THE PRINCE OF WALES LEINSTER REGIMENT (ROYAL CANADIANS).

In the South African War, 1900, 1901, 1902.

Lot 101

Macdonald, (Donald)

HOW WE KEPT THE FLAG FLYING

The story of the Siege of Ladysmith. Illustrated.

Lot 102

Slocum (Captain S.), Reichmann (Capt. C.)

REPORTS ON MILITARY OPERATIONS IN SOUTH AFRICA AND CHINA

War Department, Adjutant General's office. Washington: Government Printing Office.

Lot 103

South African Republic:

ROAD AND RAILWAY REPORT

Prepared in the Intelligence Division of the War Office, 1897.

Lot 104

Unger (Frederick William)

WITH "BOBS" AND KRUGER

Experiences and Observations of an American War Correspondent in the Field with Both Armies. Illustrated from photographs taken by the author.

Lot 106

Birkby (Carel)

THIRSTLAND TREKS.

With a preface by Colonel Deneys Reitz.

Lot 107

[Gordon (R.J.)]

ROBERT JACOB GORDON.

Cape Travels, 1777 to 1786, edited by Peter E. Raper & Maurice Boucher.

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