R1,250 WAR AND THE DEATH OF HINTZA, copies or extracts of any despatches which have been received from, or addressed to, the Governor of the Cape of Good Hope, relative to the last Caffre War, and to the death of Hintza: also, copies of instructions given to the Lieutenant-Governor of the Frontier Districts: ordered by the House of Commons, to be printed, , 122pp., 4to., 2 folding maps, modern half green leather, marbled boards, London, 1836. Blunt (Wilfrid) THE LOVE-LYRICS & SONGS OF PROTEUS BY WILFRID SCAWEN BLUNT, with the Love-Sonnets of Proteus by the same author now reprinted in their full text with many sonnets omitted from the earlier editions, 251pp., printed in red and black, full stiff vellum a little marked, with cloth ties, London, 1892.R20,000 This was the third book published by William Morris at the Kelmscott Press. 336pp., b/w & colour illus., paperback, Seattle, 2008.A popular app is Millionaire 2017 - Lucky Quiz Free Game Online, which is highly ranked in several countries and, with over 5 million installs, is one of the more popular apps in Google Play.
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an illustrated and annotated cartobibliography, bibliographical descriptions by Pam Kolbe, revised and edited by Jeffrey C.
Stone, 408pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Second Edition, Vermont, (1983) 1997.
Morris, at Blunt's insistence, printed the initials, page numbers and some text in red, a difficult experiment which he never repeated. , the Honourable Artillery Company in World War II 1939-1945, 440pp., illus., maps (some folding), bookplate on f.f.e.p., hardback, (London), 1958. 443 of an unspecified number, signed on a presentation plate by Major-General J. This exhibition was also shown at the Brooklyn Museum, New York, National Museum of African Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney..__________ YOUSSEF NABIL, I won't let you die, with an essay by Octavio Zaya, and Youssef Nabil in conversation with Ghada Amer, Faten Hamama, and Shirin Neshat, 271pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Ostfildern, 2008.
Work on the book started in February 1891 but it was only issued in February 1892 in an edition of 300 copies and quickly sold out. Gascoigne, the Colonel Commandant of the Honourable Artillary Company. cloth, top and bottom of spine a little worn, back cover marked, book plate on f.f.e.p., London, 1888. Coetzee (C.) MILITARY VILLAGES IN THE EASTERN CAPE, the unfortified military villages of Sir Harry Smith, 1848-1850, edited and revised by Tony Westby-Nunn, 80pp., illus., maps, paperback, Revised Edition, Cape Town, (2000) 2010. de Villiers (J.) HEALERS, HELPERS AND HOSPITALS, a history of military medicine in the Anglo-Boer War, 2 Vols., 707 325pp., illus., maps, hardbacks, slipcase, Pretoria, 2008. represented a watershed in military medicine and in the way armies take care of their wounded and sick soldiers ...". R570.__________ LADY ANNE BARNARD'S WATERCOLOURS AND SKETCHES, glimpses of the Cape of Good Hope, with an introduction by Nicolas Barker, 116pp., oblong 4to., colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2009.
R7,500 Contributors include Colin Richards, Elza Miles, Marilyn Martin, Ashraf Jamal and Okwui Enwezor. R1,500 Signed by David Goldblatt on the half title. EARLY NINETEENTH CENTURY ARCHITECTURE IN SOUTH AFRICA, a study of the interaction of two cultures 1795-1837, 451pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w. R2,500 CONGO, 49pp., illus., some tipped in, full tan raffia covered boards, a little worn top and bottom of spine, No. 23 of an edition limited to 101 copies, Johannesburg, 1992-1994. 1: the artists who have contributed to this volume are: Kendell Geers (electrostatic print) , Barend de Wet (banana print), Jo Ractliffe (screenprint), Brett Murray (colour electrostatic print), Durand Sihlali (colour linocut), Nicky Blumenfeld (monoprint), David Koloane (ink on paper), Schonfeldt (offset photo-lithograph), Marc Edwards (electrostatic print), Kagiso P. 2 : the artists who have contributed to this volume are: Lauryn Arnott (stone relief print), Wayne Barker (mixed media), Kim Berman (drypoint collograph), Lisa Brice (colour laser print), Elza Botha (linocut), Kendell Geers (photocopy), Tamar Mason (mixed media), Kagiso P. 2 is contained in a wooden box by Michael Zeffertt with bronze casts by Guy du Toit, of an antelope's hoof mounted on both sides.
12 of a limited edition of 12 copies in full raffia, signed by Irma Stern, Pretoria, 1943. Mautloa (hand- coloured linocut), Minnette Vari (screenprint and etching), Penny Mobsey (linocut) and Robert Weinek (formica and rivet). Mautloa (collograph), Theresa-Ann Mackintosh (photocopy), Tshidi Malesa (linocut), Martha Madiba (linocut), David Phoshoko (linocut), Ranko Pudi (photography and screenprint), Durant Sihlali (offset lithograph), Helena Wessels (woodcut and monoprint) and Sue Williamson (colour laser print). AND IN BATAVIA, 1602-1795, 240pp., 4to., b/w & colour illus., hardback, d.w., Cape Town, 2002.
I admire more than ever the "Women's Sonnets" series, they flow so sweetly and smoothly, no hesitation anywhere ... Also included is a handwritten letter from Blunt dated April 29, 1892 to "Ethel" sending her a copy of the book. 4: 602pp., illus., hardback, some foxing throughout all four volumes, light marks on front cover of Vol. R150 Includes an essay on David Goldblatt by Okwui Enwezor.