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British South Africa Company

Correspondence with Mr C. J. RHODES relating to the proposed extension of the BECHUANALAND RAILWAY (1899)

Presented to both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty. May 1899.

Published: Her Majesty's Stationery Office; Darling & Son, LTD, London, 1899

Edition: First Edition

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Mr. C. J. Rhodes to Colonial Office (April 28, 1898) - Submits proposals for the extension of the existing line of the Bachuanaland Railway Company to the Lake Tanganyika, and asks for the co-operation of Her Majesty's Government.


Colonial Office to Mr. C. J. Rhodes (July 28, 1898) - Requests further information before inviting Parliament to give the scheme financial support.


Mr. C. J. Rhodes to Colonial Office (January 17, 1899) - Replies to No.2


Mr. C. J. Rhodes to Colonial Office (March 27, 1899) - Submits further proposals


Colonial Office to Mr. C. J. Rhodes (May 1, 1899) - States that Her Majesty's Government are not able to accept any of the proposals submitted to them, and makes a counter-proposal.


Mr. C. J. Rhodes to Colonial Office (May 9, 1899) - States objections to the counter-proposal of Her Majesty's Government.

London: Printed for Her Majesty's Stationery Office, By Darling & Son, LTD.; British Parliamentary Paper C. 9323; Paper wrappers; Collation complete - 21 pages; Text in English; Very clean copy.

  • Binding Condition: Very good
  • Overall Condition: Very good
  • Size: 30 x 20,5 cm
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