SOUTH AFRICA -- LUCAS, Thomas J. Pen & Pencil Reminiscences of a Campaign in South Africa, London: Day & Son, . 4° (288 x 191mm). Coloured lithographed frontispiece, additional lithographed title and 19 plates. (Somewhat spotted.) Original pictorial cloth gilt (extremities lightly rubbed). FIRST EDITION. Mendelssohn I. p.932.
PATERSON, William (1755-1810). Reisen in das Land der Hottentotten und der Kaffern, translated by Johann Reinhold Forster, Berlin: C. F. Voss, 1790. 8° (204 x 121mm). 14 engraved plates only (of 15), folding map. (Light marginal spotting.) Original boards (spine rubbed). FIRST GERMAN EDITION, first published in English in 1789. This edition not in Mendelssohn.
LINDLEY, Augustus F. Adamantia. The Truth about the South African Diamond Fields, London: Collingridge, 1873. 8° (219 x 137mm). Chromolithographed frontispiece, 7 lithographed maps, of which 2 are folding and one coloured in outline. Original publisher's cloth (head of spine worn). Mendelssohn I, p. 901-2.
With another 7 works on South Africa in 9 volumes, Reports of the Surveyor-General Charles D. Bell Esq., on the Copper Fields of Little Amaqualand (Cape Town, 1855), Cowper Rose's Four Years in Southern Africa (London, 1829), Kendall's The English Boy at the Cape (London, 1835, 3 vols.), Five Lectures on the Emigration of the Dutch Farmers from their Colony of the Cape of Good Hope and their Settlement in the District of Natal (Cape Town, 1856), An Auto-Biographical Memoir of Petrus Borcharuds Borcherds (Cape Town, 1861), Kapten T.G. Een's Minnen fran en flerargig vistelse i Sydvestra Afrika (Stockholm, 1872) and Notes on the Cape of Good Hope... 1820 (London, 1821). (12)