SUTHERLAND, Lieut. Col. J. Memoir respecting The Kaffers, Hottentots, and Bosjemans, of South Africa. In Two Volumes. Cape Town: Pike & Philip, 1845, 1846. 2 volumes, 8° (228 x 146mm). Modern tan half calf gilt, half-titles, partly unopened. FIRST EDITION valuable compilation of papers based on Moodie's records and other early works. Mendelssohn II, 453.
Together with 6 other works on the native inhabitants of Southern Africa:
[Dr. KNOX]. History of the Bosjemans, or Bush People; the Aborigines of Southern Africa. [London]: Chapman, Elcoate, 1847. 8° (213 x 1'37mm). Engraved frontispiece. (Water-stained). Original printed wrapper. Knox's lecture on the Bushmen brought to London for exhibition. Mendelssohn I, 156.
[J.S. TYLER]. The Bosjemen. A Lecture on the Mental, Moral, and Physical Attributes of The Bushmen, or African Savages. By one of their guardians. [no place]: Printed by R. Brouard, . 8° (223 x 140mm). Disbound, (stained). Another party of Bushmen brought to London. Mendelssohn II, 532 for the Leeds printing c.1845. [PARLIAMENTARY PAPERS]. Papers relative to the condition and treatment of the Native Inhabitants of South Africa, within the Colony of the Cape of Good Hope,... Part I. Hottentots and Bosjemen; Caffres; Griquas. [ - Part II]. London: The House of Commons, 1835. 2 parts bound in 1, folio (357 x 225mm). Folding map, Part II. Modern blue cloth, Part II wrappers bound-in, (chipped at edges). Evidence collected by the Commissioners of Eastern Inquiry 1823-27. Mendelssohn I, 271.
L[ucy] C. LLOYD. A Short Account of Further Bushman Material Collected. London: David Nutt, 1889. 2° (330 x 215mm). Original maroon roan gilt, (hinges and spine worn). On mythology, poetry, history and superstitions. Mendelssohn I, 917.
The Library of His Excellency Sir George Grey presented to the South African Public Library. Manuscripts and Incunables. London: Trubner, 1862. 8° (225 x 145mm). Original printed wrappers, (soiled). With the section on African Native Literature.
[F.H. VOLLMER]. DiGarati ElobAnu Mis Diti... [Cape Town]: 1859. RARE FIRST EDITION Bible History in the Namaqua or Bushman language. Not in Mendelssohn. Hahn 108. (8)