4 edition of Report and proceedings of the Government Commission on Native Laws and Customs, 1883. found in the catalog.
Report and proceedings of the Government Commission on Native Laws and Customs, 1883.
Cape of Good Hope. Commission on Native Laws and Customs.
|Series||Irish University Press series of southern African papers: Cape of Good Hope|
|Contributions||Barry, Jacob Dirk, Sir, 1832-1905.|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||70026231|
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book Author: Cape of Good Hope. Customs. Get this from a library. Cape of Good Hope: report and proceedings of the Government Commission on Native Laws and Customs, with the preliminary report of the Commission.
[Cape of Good Hope (Colony). Government Commission on Native Laws and Customs.]. Get this from a library. Report and proceedings of the Government Commission on Native Laws and Customs, With the preliminary report of the Commission.
[Jacob Dirk Barry, Sir; Cape of Good Hope. Commission on Native Laws and Customs.]. Get this from a library. Report and proceedings: with appendices of the government Commission on native laws and customs.
Presented to both houses of Parliament by His Excellency the governor, January, [Jacob Dirk Barry, Sir; Cape of Good Hope. Commission on Native Laws and Customs.]. Cape of Good Hope. Government Commission REPORT AND PROCEEDINGS WITH APPENDICES OF THE GOVERNMENT COMMISSION ON NATIVE LAWS AND CUSTOMS: with a.
Report and Proceedings of the Government Commission on Native Laws and Customs. Cape Town: W. Richards and Sons, Cape of Good Hope. Reports and Proceedings, with Appendices, of the Government Com-mission on Native Laws and Customs.
Presented to Both Houses of Parliament by Command of His Excellency the memoriesbythesmile.com by: 9. Jun 01, · Cape of Good Hope, Report and Proceedings with Appendices of the Government Commission on Native Laws and Customs (Government Printers, Cape Town) G.4–83 Google Scholar Cape of Good Mope, Reports of Commissioners of Police of die Several Police Districts of the Colony for the Year (Government Printers, Cape Town)Cited by: of native conditions in South Africa have not access to the only real source of information.
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