An Account of Travels into the Interior of Southern Africa; in which is considered the importance of the Cape of Good Hope to the different European powers, as a Naval and Military Station, as a point of Security to our Indian Trade and Settlements during a War and as a Territorial acquisition and commercial Emporium in Time of Peace, with a Statistical Sketch of the whole Colony, compiled from authentic documents, illustrated with several Engravings, Vol. II

Resource Type : Book
Author : Barrow, John
Year/Date of Publication : 1804
Subject : Geography & Travel
Publisher : T. Cadell and W. Davies
Place of Publication : London
Language : English
Pages/Folios : xi, 452p.
Identifier : BK_00085322
Digitization Sponsor : Government of Maharashtra

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