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The scandal of the South African committee : a plain narrative for plain men
(London : "Review of Reviews" Office, 1899)
Narrative of Mr. Chamberlain's complicity in the conspiracy to overthrow the government of the South African Republic in 1895. The Raid was Dr. Jameson's own act and the Jameson plan was that to which Mr. Chamberlain was privy.
The Transvaal question : some views of Mr. Frank Watkins
([London : Transvaal Committee], 1900)
According to Mr. Frank Watkins, the outcome of the policy of imperialism is so rampant in England on one side and the ultra-conservation of the Boers on the other side. He urges the English to press the necessity of taking ...
The Transvaal War
(London : C.J. Clay and Sons, 1899)
A lecture on the Transvaal war, delivered at the University of Cambridge on 9 November 1899, by John Westlake.
Transvaal : de lijdensgeschiedenis van de Hollandsche Kaapbewoners onder Engelsche heerschappij
(Rotterdam : G. Delwel & Co., 1899)
Een ernstig woord en een historische herinnering aan Hare Majesteit Koningin Victoria met het oog op den tegenwoordigen crisis
(Amsterdam ; Pretoria : Hoveker & Wormser, 1899)
Dutch letter written on 15 June 1899 by P.J. Joubert to Queen Victoria, imploring her to prevent war.
L’independance des Republiques des sud-africaines et l'Angleterre
(Geneve : C.-E. Alioth, 1900)
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".
Protest of the Refugee Committee
(Cape Town : Townshend, Taylor & Snashall, 1900)
The Refugee Committee of Cape Town's protest against capitalistic legislation in the Transvaal.
The truth about the Transvaal
(Manchester : Taylor, Garnett, Evans & Co., 1899)
Reprinted by permission from the "Manchester Guardian" of July 15th, 19th, 21st, 25th, and 26th, 1899.