S. W. Silver & Co.'s Handbook to South Africa: Including the Cape Colony, Natal, the Diamond Fields, the Transvaal, Orange Free State, Etc. : Also a Gazetter and Map

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S. W. Silver, 1880 - South Africa - 576 pages
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