NATAL

[ Boer War; Siege of Ladysmith, 1900. ] Lithographed British Army reconnaissance map of Ladysmith and environs

Author: 
[ Field Intelligence Division, Natal Field Force; Boer War; Siege of Ladysmith, 1900 ]
Publication details: 
'3rd. Edition.' Undated and unattributed. [ Field Intelligence Division, Natal Field Force, 1900. ]
£320.00

Printed in grey-black ink on 59.5 x 79.5 cm sheet, made up of three pieces of thin wove paper pasted together. In good condition, lightly aged and spotted. The map is of Ladysmith and environs, but is untitled. In top right-hand corner: '3rd. Edition', and at bottom right a measure of the 'Scale 2” = 1 Mile'. Very much a reconnaissance map, with such ad hoc English designations of location as 'Mealies', 'O. F. S.

[Printed pamphlet.] Pioneer Days in South Africa. An absorbing record of the Zulu War and the Diamond Fields, and of expeditions and incidents now written in the history of the 19th Century. [Front cover: The Fannin Papers.]

Author: 
Natalie Fannin [Foreword by R. Kingston Russell] [John Eustace Fannin; South Africa: the Diamond Fields and the Zulu War]
Publication details: 
Durban, Natal: Robinson & Co. Ltd. 1932.
£135.00

[1] + 53pp., 4to. Three full-page illustrations. Stapled pamphlet. In fair condition, lightly aged and worn, with slight rust to staples. Title on cover reads: 'The Fannin Papers. A Pioneer's Story of the Diamond Fields and the Zulu War. A stirring tale of Zulu War days on the Natal Border. Hardships of fortune hunting in the early years of the Diamond Fields.' R.

[John Wallis Shores, engineer.] Autograph Letter Signed ('Frank Short') to the curator Sydney Pavière, regarding prints which he is sending him.

Author: 
Frank Short (1851-1935), artist [Sydney Pavière (1891-1971), curator]
Publication details: 
56 Brook Green, W6 [London]. 8 December 1926.
£56.00

1p., landscape 12mo. Very good, on lightly-aged paper. The first paragraph reads: 'Dear Mr Pavière, | I will look carefully at the prints you send in (as, indeed, & of course, at all of them), and hope you may be successful at the election. The whole of the members will this year, at last, express their opinon on the candidates work, but the final decision rests, as it must under the charter, with the Council.' In the second paragraph he expresses pleasure that 'you are interesting your gallery in prints'.

Frank Short] Autograph Letter Signed ('Frank Short') to the curator Sydney Pavière, regarding prints which he is sending him.

Author: 
Frank Short (1851-1935), artist [Sydney Pavière (1891-1971), curator]
Publication details: 
56 Brook Green, W6 [London]. 8 December 1926.
£56.00

1p., landscape 12mo. Very good, on lightly-aged paper. The first paragraph reads: 'Dear Mr Pavière, | I will look carefully at the prints you send in (as, indeed, & of course, at all of them), and hope you may be successful at the election. The whole of the members will this year, at last, express their opinon on the candidates work, but the final decision rests, as it must under the charter, with the Council.' In the second paragraph he expresses pleasure that 'you are interesting your gallery in prints'.

Printed order of British Privy Council, 'At the Court at Windsor, the 26th day of September 1846', describing 'the several duties of Customs' to be levied 'upon all goods, wares, and merchandize, imported into the district of Natal for consumption'.

Author: 
William L. Bathurst [British Privy Council; Natal, South Africa; HM Customs and Excise]
Publication details: 
'At the Court at Windsor, the 26th day of September 1846. Present, The Queen's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.'
£220.00

Drop-head title: 'At the Court at Windsor, the 26th day of September 1846. | PRESENT, | The QUEEN's Most Excellent Majesty in Council.' 12pp., foolscap 8vo. Paginated 1-12 and in two columns. No printer's slug. Signed in type at end 'Wm. L. Bathurst.' In fair condition, on aged paper with chips and short closed tears to central vertical fold. Spine repaired with archival tape. The first page headed in black ink manuscript 'Natal', and in red ink '144'. No other copy traced.

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