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The diary of Adam Tas, 1705-1706, with an enquiry into the complaints of the colonists against the Governor, Willem Adriaan van der Stel : Het dagboek van Adam Tas, 1707-1706, met een onderzoek naar de klachten der Gouverneur Willem Adriaan van der Stel by Adam Tasbook 1
Description of the Cape of Good Hope with the matters concerning it by Adam Tasbook 2
David Livingstone South African papers, 1849-1853 by David Livingstonebook 5
Lawrence Richardson: selected correspondence, 1902-1903 by Lawrence Richardsonbook 8
Selected articles from the Cape Monthly Magazine (New Series 1870-76)book 9
William Somerville's Narrative of his journeys to the Eastern Cape Frontier and to Lattakoe, 1799-1802 : with a bibliog by William Somervillebook 10
Diary of the siege of Mafeking, October 1899 to May 1900 (Van Riebeeck Society) by Edward Rossbook 11
Selections from the correspondence of Percy Alport Molteno, 1892-1914 by Percy Alport Moltenobook 12
Briefwisseling van Hendrik Swellengrebel Jr. oor Kaapse sake, 1778-1792 by Hendrik Swellengrebelbook 13
The letters of Jane Elizabeth Waterston, 1866-1905 by E. Van Heyningenbook 14
The Garrett papers by Edmund Garrettbook 15
Johannesburg pioneer journals, 1888-1909 (Van Riebeeck Society) by Maryna Fraserbook 16
Travels at the Cape of Good Hope, 1772-1775 : based on the English edition London, 1793-1795 by Carl Peter Thunbergbook 17
Breaker Morant and the Bushveldt Carbineers by B. Morantbook 18
The Frontier War journal of Major John Crealock, 1878: A narrative of the ninth Frontier War by the assistant military secretary to Lieutenant General Thesiger (Graham's Town series) by John North Crealockbook 19
(sou) Guillaume Chenu de Chalezac, the "French boy" : the narrative of his experiences as a Huguenot refugee (Van Riebeeck Society) by Randolph Vignebook 22
Johan August Wahlberg : travel journals (and some letters) South Africa and Namibia/Botswana, 1838-1856 by Johan August Wahlbergbook 23
The Cape Journals of Lady Anne Barnard 1797-1798 by Anne Lindsay Barnard, Ladybook 24
Griqua records: The Philippolis Captaincy, 1825-1861 (Van Riebeeck Society) by Karel Schoemanbook 25
The war memoirs of Commandant Ludwig Krause, 1899-1900 by Ludwig Krausebook 26
Norwegian missionaries in Natal and Zululand : selected correspondence, 1844-1900 by Frederick Halebook 27
A Canadian mounted rifleman at war, 1899-1902 : the reminiscences of A.E. Hilder by A.E. Hilderbook 31
The war diary of burgher Jack Lane : 16 November 1899 to 27 February 1900 by William Lanebook 32

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