Title: Impressions of South Africa. Third Edition.
Publisher:  Macmillan and Co., Limited, London, 1899,
Seller ID: 98702
BRYCE, James. Impressions of South Africa. Third Edition, revised throughout, with a new prefatory chapter, and with the Transvaal Conventions of 1881and 1884. London: Macmillan and Co., Limited, 1899. Pp. (6),[vii]-lxiii,(3 ),-499,(1), + 3 colour folding maps near rear. 8vo, maroon cloth with gilt lettering to spine. Contents: Part I: Nature: 1. Physical Features; 2. Health; 3. Wild Animals and Their Fate; 4. Vegetation; 5. Physuical Aspects of the Various Political Divisions of the Country; 6. Nature and History; 7. Aspects of Scenery. Part II: History: 8. The Natives: Hottentots, Bushmen, and Kafirs; 9. Our of the Darkness--Zimbabwe; 10. The Kafis: History and Institutions; 11. The Europeans in South Africa Till 1854; 12. The Europeans in South Africa, 1854-95. Part III: A Journey Through South Africa: 13. Travelling and Communications; 14. From Cape Town to Bulawayo; 15. Matibililand and Mashonaland; 16. From Fort Salisbury to the Sea--Manicaland and thePortuguese Territories; 17. Resources and Future of Matabililand and Masho naland; 18. Through Natal to the Transvaal; 19. The Orange Free State; 20. Basutoland: The Switzerland of South Africa. Part IV: Some South African Questions: 21. Blacks and Whites; 22. Missions; 23. Social Characteristics ofthe British Colonies; 24. Politics in the British Colonies; 25. The Politi cal Situation in the Transvaal in 1895; 26. Economic Prospects; 27. Reflections and Forecasts. With appendices. Some light edge-nicking with a couple of small corner bumps, sparse foxing, else very good. 30.00