South Africa (nation)
Found in 3607 Collections and/or Records:
Letter from H. Locke to WSC, on the Chinese Labour question in South Africa, enclosing cuttings from the Johannesburg Star.
Letter from WSC to [ ], explaining reasons for voting against the Government's proposal to introduce Chinese labour into the Transvaal [South Africa], stating opposition to "debased labour with no hope of advance for skills or thrift, and no right to share in the general life of the country to whose welfare it contributes" [Ms copy by A. Anning].
Letter from J M Neuburger to WSC, criticising the Colonial Office's policy in South Africa, enclosing printed memorandum Reflections on Joseph Chamberlain's Transvaal Policy.
Letter from Dr J Murray Clark (Clark, McPherson, Campbell and Jarvis, barristers and solicitors, The Kent Building, 156 Yonge Street, Toronto, Canada) to WSC enclosing CHAR 2/122/24 and calling for the co-ordination of information about the disbursement of foreign money to foment unrest in the United States, Canada and South Africa and elsewhere in the Empire.
Letter from James Phillpotts (The Ousels, Tunbridge Wells, [Kent]) to WSC approving the fact that Rhodesia has not joined the South African Union because if it did it could be lost to the Empire and suggesting that money could be made available to support Rhodesia if Britain gave up support for aggressive Zionism in Palestine in favour of a more moderate policy.
Leaflet issued by the Scottish Brotherhood Union on the campaign to raise funds for meeting halls for the Bantus in South Africa. Sent with CHAR 2/122/127.
Letter from Captain S A Anderson to WSC, on the situation in South Africa, particularly on the treatment of the Colonial Corps, enclosing letter of introduction from J R Addams, dated 25 June 1903.
Letter from Captain H S Scott-Harden to WSC on Somaliland [later Somalia].
Letter from Captain H S Scott-Harden to WSC.
Letter from Sir Walter Hely-Hutchinson, Governor of Cape Colony, South Africa, to WSC, on the situation in South Africa.
Letter from Cecil Rhodes, Groote Schurr, Rondebosch, Cape Town, to WSC on South Africa.
Letter from Matthew Nathan, Government House, Natal, South Africa, to WSC, sending details of the crew of the armoured train wrecked on 15 Nov 1899, Driver C Wagner and Fireman A J Stewart.
Article, Our Account with the Boers, [typescript (carbon copy), with manuscript amendments by ? WSC].
Article on the Boer War, [typescript (carbon copy)].
The Mountings of the Naval Guns and their Subsequent Use by the Ladysmith Relief Column, text of lecture by Captain Percy Scott and Captain Arthur Limpus, delivered in Hong Kong, printed pamphlet published by the Hong Kong Daily Press [inscribed to WSC by Percy Scott].
Printed maps of the Boer positions at Spion Kop [South Africa] with annotations, and first edition map of Harrismith.
Report from Captain Aylmer Haldane, Pretoria, South Africa to the Chief of Staff, Natal Field Force, on the capture of an armoured train at Frere, including praise of WSC's actions in saving the engine "he was frequently exposed to the full fire of the enemy. I cannot speak too highly of his gallant conduct".
Extract from report of D Horsley, Locomotive Instructor, on damage to the armoured train, [typescript copy].
Letter from J W Shores, Engineer-in-Chief, Estcourt, to General Manager of Railways, on the capture of the armoured train, [typescript copy].
Note in Afrikaans on the capture of the armoured train.
Letter from P J Joubert to F W Reitz, advising against WSC's release from captivity, [in Afrikaans].
Search Warrant following WSC's escape from the Boers, with photograph taken in Egypt, 1898 [in Afrikaans, with translation].
Description of WSC, following his escape from the Boers [in Afrikaans].
Letter from [H C Breaul], Acting Commissioner of Police, Pretoria, to Justice of the Peace Schweizer-Reneke, description of WSC with photograph [in Afrikaans, with translation].
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