I became Prime Minister of the Cape Colony
in Africa in 1890.
The charter's signatories included black Africans, descendants of slaves imported to the Cape Colony
, labourers from South Asia and immigrants from Europe.
During, the Napoleonic Wars, the British seized the Cape, which became the Cape Colony
The following day ACO Dunne picked up a delivery note for the mealie bags and used it to write the letter to friend Capt Warneford in Cape Colony
in South Africa.
The following day, ACO Dunne picked up a delivery note for the mealie bags and used it to write the letter to friend Captain WJ Warneford in Cape Colony
in South Africa.
Writing to Sir George Grey, a British colonial governor in the Cape colony
in South Africa, King Moshoeshoe declared:
I suggest that this not only led Bettina to situate Montreal as part and parcel of the wider history of nineteenth-century British colonialism, but also led Bettina to her current projects that consider the political struggles, personal perils, and the predicaments of empire faced by colonists in the Cape Colony
, Australia, New Zealand, and Canada over the long-nineteenth century.
He alienated the Germans through a series of bellicose speeches, and his behaviour and that of his disciple, Alfred Milner, newlyappointed High Commissioner to South Africa, spurred the Boer republic of Transvaal into a pre-emptive strike against Cape Colony
In 1819, the British parliament approved the spending of GBP50 000 towards the settlement of 5 000 Europeans in the eastern regions of the Cape Colony
to create a border guard between the settlers and the amaXhosa.
During the South African campaign Martin, whose home is in Pretoria, served in the Northern Cape Colony
operations, and was engaged in battles in 1899 and 1900.
During the two decades prior to 1820, the termination date of this study, the British government had been committed to exploring Africa's interior through sponsored expeditions, controlled the Cape Colony
, and in 1819 had established an Admiralty Court at Freetown.
Which means that, like just about everywhere else around here with a bit of history behind it, the 'Simon' in Simon's Town refers to one Mr van der Stel, the first Governor of the Cape Colony
, who rather modestly named it after himself.