Letters From The Cape

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Kessinger Publishing, Jun 1, 2004 - Literary Collections - 84 pages
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But now the glorious African summer is come, and I believe this is the weather of Paradise. I got up at four this morning, when the Dutchmen who had slept here were starting in their carts and waggons. It was quite light; but the moon shone brilliantly still, and had put on a bright rose-coloured veil, borrowed from the rising sun on the opposite horizon.

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