Publisher's red cloth binding with pictorial front panel and spine.
xv + 248pp + 8pp (catalogue). Portraits in text of the author (as frontispiece), Cecil Rhodes, Jameson, President Kruger, and a map of Transvaal (page 173), and a diagram of the Rand Gold Output on page 248.
Binding square and contents clean. Some chipping at the top edge of the spine.
'The author was stated to have been a large landowner in the Transvaal at this period, "well informed on all questions connected with the Transvaal Republic." Generally speaking, Mr. Regan writes from the pro-Boer point of view, and referring to the Jameson Raid he asserts that "in his opinion it had given the Boer government a new lease of life for at least ten years, or in any case during Kruger's lifetime.' - Mendelssohn vol.II, page 205.
- Binding Condition: Good
- Overall Condition: Good
- Size: 8vo.