Natal & Cape of Good Hope: Further Despatches from the Lieut.-governor of Natal & the Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, on the Subject of the Recognition of Moshesh, Chief of the Basutos, & of His Tribe, as British Subjects. (In Continuation of Papers Presented May, 1869.) Presented to Both Houses of Parliament by Command of Her Majesty, 21 February, 1870
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accept addressed affairs of Basutoland Aliwal North April arrangement Article Basuto nation Boers boundary line mentioned Bowker Britannic British Government British subjects Caledon River Cape Town cattle Chief Moshesh Chief Tsekelo Colonists Colony communication compensation Convention Copy correspondence D. D. Buchanan Daumas declare DESPATCH from Governor Downing Street Drakensberg Earl Granville Enclosure endeavour England entered Excellency Sir Philip Excellency the High Excellency's February French Missionary Government House Governor Sir P. E. High Commissioner honour Hope informed J. H. Brand Jammerberg justice land letter Lord Granville Lordship Majesty Majesty's Government Makotoko Maseru Memorial Memorialists ment mentioned in Art mission Mounted Police Natal Orange Free Orange River Paramount Chief peace Pietermaritzburg present President Brand proposal protection Putisani question received reference regard reply request settlement Signed Sir P. E. Wodehouse Sir Philip Wodehouse South Africa stations submit territory Thaba Bosigo Treaty of Thaba Volksraad Wodehouse's