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Transvaal versus Great-Britain
(Amsterdam : J.H. De Bussy, 1899)
A short commentary by Willem van der Vlugt, on the Dutch address to the British people regarding the growing rumours of an impending war.
South Africa and the Transvaal : the story of a conspiracy
([London] : Transvaal Committee, 1899)
Lecture delivered by F. Reginald Statham on South Africa and the Transvaal, in the Temperance Hall, Newport, Monmouthshire, on 25 September 1899.
The prospect in South Africa
([London] : South African Conciliation Committee, 1899)
Thoughts about the Anglo-Boer War by Dr. George Theal, historiographer under the Government of the Cape Colony and Chief Clerk in the Native Affairs Department.
England and the Transvaal : the case for intervention
(London : Grosvenor Press, 1899)
An Englishman's appeal and address to the English people regarding England and the Transvaal.
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.
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 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 last appeal before the outbreak of war
(London : South African Conciliation Committee, 1899)
The last appeal before the outbreak of war, made in the Cape Parliament by Mr Schreiner, the Cape Prime Minister.
Are we in the right? : an appeal to honest men
(London : "Review of Reviews" Office, 1899)
W.T. Stead’s appeal to honest men who will admit that the question of whether they are in the right or wrong in this war is not in the least affected by the fact that the immediate cause of the rupture was the Boers' Ultimatum.