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Who was right : the annual sermon on our cowardly war
(Liverpool : Egerton Smith & Co., 1901-12-22)
Sermon on "Our cowardly war", preached on Peace Sunday, December 22nd, 1901, by Charles Frederic Aked, Minister of Pembroke Chapel, Liverpool.
The birth of the Bond
(Grahamstown : Josiah Slater, 1900)
A translation from a Dutch pamphlet issued in 1882, entitled "De Transvaalse oorlog", which proves beyond a doubt how deep-laid and well-planned has been the plotting of the Africander Party to overthrow British supremacy ...
What we are fighting for : high dividends : cheap labour
([England] : Bradford South African Conciliation Committee, 1900)
Collection of comments from various people about the war in South Africa.
Kent gij die heldennatie : korte geschiedenis van Zuid-Afrika
(Naarden : P. Bertoen, 1900)
Dutch pamphlet on the history of South Africa.
Letter from field cornet H.P.N. Pretorius to Colonel Owen Lanyon
([London : s.n.], 1880-12-03)
Field cornet, H.P.N. Pretorius' letter to Colonel Owen Lanyon on the subject of probable hostilities.
(London : New Age Press, 1904)
Dr Macnamara insists Lord Milner's unconcealed partisanship in favour of indentured Chinese Labour in the Transvaal is a grave scandal. Natal and the Cape are keenly against the introduction of Chinese labourers into South Africa.
The war : its cost, finance and legacies
(London : The Liberal Publication Department, 1903)
According to Sydney Buxton, the time has now arrived at which it is possible to sum up the cost of the war and to consider how that cost has been met and what fiscal and financial legacies remain.
South Africa : an address
(London : Waterlow & Sons, 1888-04-10)
Sir Donald Currie's address on South Africa, delivered to the Fellows of the Royal Colonial Institute at their meeting in London on Tuesday, 10 April 1888.
Our Boer policy : an historical sketch
(Westminster : Transvaal Committee, 1900)
The American revolution and the Boer War
(Philadelphia : G.H. Buchanan and Co., 1902-01-19)
An open letter to mr. Charles Francis Adams regarding his pamphlet, "The Confederacy and the Transvaal".