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Chapter XXIII South Africa January 1st, 1896. We have begun the New Year badly! The hurrican
The first attack was in the Forest of Central Africa, and he describes his illness in Darkest A ober 9, 1897, per Union steamer Norman, for South Africa, to assist in the opening of the Bulawayo R as he was the man who held the destinies of South Africa in his hand, I regarded him with interest, patient!
Nothing more; for these people of South Africa, English and all, are exasperatingly conten each other; our cues must be obtained from South Africa, and if the Johannesburgers want us to help ay, were every Englishman and Afrikander in South Africa united, they could not alone, unaided, stan st I accepted this opportunity of coming to South Africa. To speak the truth, they were not so keen Russia, or Germany, in our position towards South Africa, things could not have come to this pass.
r fight him, I feel sure they would say let South Africa go, rather than fight!
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