CAPE OF GOOD HOPE OFFICIAL HANDBOOK - 1886 BY JOHN HOBLE

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CAPE OF GOOD HOPE OFFICIAL HANDBOOK - 1886 BY JOHN HOBLE

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A very rare book, dated 1886. The book is the original handbook about the history of South Africa's Colonial period "Cape of Good Hope" was Edited by John Noble, the clerk of the house of Assembly and the Author of "South Africa, Past and Present, &e," The book features the early history of Cape Town, a port city on South Africa's Southwest Coast, a busy harbor near Robben Island, the prison that once held Nelson Mandela. The book also features "the Cape Under Britain Dominion," Manufactories, Mines, Minerals, and show historical maps of the town's famous monuments. This handbook contains important political information, prepared at the request of the Committee appointed by the Government for the representation of the Cape Colony at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition to be held in London, England during the year 1886.

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FIRST EDITION 1886

  • Author: John Noble
  • Pages: 328
  • Publisher: Saul Solomon And Co., Cape Town
  • Printed For The Colonial And Indian Exhibition Committee, By W. A. Richards & Sons, Government Printers. 1886
  • Entered and Registered under the Copyright Act. All Rights reserved
  • SKU: Read34
  • Country of Origin: Africa

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    A very rare book, dated 1886. The book is the original handbook about the history of South Africa's Colonial period "Cape of Good Hope" was Edited by John Noble, the clerk of the house of Assembly and the Author of "South Africa, Past and Present, &e," The book features the early history of Cape Town, a port city on South Africa's Southwest Coast, a busy harbor near Robben Island, the prison that once held Nelson Mandela. The book also features "the Cape Under Britain Dominion," Manufactories, Mines, Minerals, and show historical maps of the town's famous monuments. This handbook contains important political information, prepared at the request of the Committee appointed by the Government for the representation of the Cape Colony at the Colonial and Indian Exhibition to be held in London, England during the year 1886.

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    FIRST EDITION 1886

  • Author: John Noble
  • Pages: 328
  • Publisher: Saul Solomon And Co., Cape Town
  • Printed For The Colonial And Indian Exhibition Committee, By W. A. Richards & Sons, Government Printers. 1886
  • Entered and Registered under the Copyright Act. All Rights reserved
  • SKU: Read34
  • Country of Origin: Africa

    THE ORIGINAL 1886 COPY

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