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La guerre Anglo-Boer et la Belgique
(Bruxelles : P. Weissenbruch, 1900)
Extract from: "Revue de Belgique".
Von Boer an Boer und Englander
(Bern : K.J. Wyss, 1901)
De vrijheidsoorlog der Boeren
(Baarn : Hollandia-Drukkerij, 1902)
Voordracht over Transvaal
(Mechelen : ED. Van Doeselaer, 1899-11-09)
Empire and humanity
([Newcastle-on-Tyne : Church of Humanity], 1899-10-16)
Political tracts ; no. 5.
The Boer war : open letter to Dr. Conan Doyle
Cover title: The Boer struggle for freedom.
The Transvaal crisis
(London : Sampson Low, Marston & Co., 1899)
Remarks on the present condition of affairs, together with a reprint of an article by Sir Henry Meysey-Thompson, published in the Nineteenth Century Review under the title: Real grievances of the Uitlanders.
The truth about the Transvaal gathered from the despatches between the British and Boer governments and the official report of the Bloemfontein conference
(Detroit : J. Bornman & Son ; Toronto : W. Tyrrell & Co., 1900)
An address delivered by request, in the Opera House, Windsor, Ontario, on February 6th, 1900 by William Robins and printed for the benefit of "The Soldiers of the Queen Relief Fund".
The Chicago Chronicle and President Kruger
(Chicago : American Transvaal League, 1901)
United States opinion of Paul Kruger and the South African war.
The new war in South Africa and how it is being carried on
Letter about the new war in South Africa and how it is being carried on, written by an officer in the field.