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BOTHA, PAUL M. - From Boer to Boer to Englishman.

Captetown, Juta 1900. Octavo publisher's printed wrapper; 30,[2]pp. Vertical folds (rather than creases) - this looks exactly like it was rolled up and put in a pocket and flattened a bit. Still not a bad copy. ¶ Published in Dutch and in English - translated by Botha's son C.L. - at the same time. This has the pencil inscription "Boyes c/ [W.A.F?] on the front cover. Since it turned up in Tasmania I think it's more likely this belonged to Alexander Boyes of the Second Tasmanian Bushmen than to the British General Boyes of the 17th Brigade. Alexander Boyes was later owner of Clarendon, described by the National Trust as Australia’s grandest rural colonial estate.
AUD 50.00 [Appr.: EURO 31.5 US$ 35.51 | £UK 26.75 | JP¥ 3951] Book number 10562

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