2 edition of The Mabilles of Basutoland found in the catalog.
The Mabilles of Basutoland
Edwin William Smith
|Statement||Edwin W. Smith.|
|Contributions||Morija Museum & Archives.|
|LC Classifications||BV3625.B5 M15 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||382 p. :|
|Number of Pages||382|
|LC Control Number||97981948|
BASUTOLAND SILVER WEDDING BLOCKS SCOTT#/40 MINT NEVER HINGED--SCOTT $ EUR + EUR postage. Make offer - BASUTOLAND SILVER WEDDING BLOCKS SCOTT#/40 MINT NEVER HINGED--SCOTT $ Maseru Basutoland Registered Airmail Cover To Penbroke Bermuda W Letter. The mountainous and largely arid land that came to be Basutoland was populated by San (bushmen, Qhuaique) until the end of the 16th century. From then Bantu-speaking tribes began to migrate into the area, gradually forming various groups including the Basotho (also called Basuti, Basuto or Sotho).The Basotho became the major group in the area as peoples routed by the Zulu (from ) fled there.
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Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, Edwin William, Mabilles of Basutoland. London: Hodder and Stoughton. The Mabilles of Basutoland [SMITH, Edwin W.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Full title: The Mabilles of Basutoland. Book Condition: Very Good. Book Condition Report Fine cloth copy in a near fine, very slightly edge-nicked and dust-dulled dw, now mylar-sleeved. Remains particularly and surprisingly well-preserved; tight, bright, clean and sharp-cornered.
Basutoland was a British Crown colony established in due to the Cape Colony's inability to control the territory. It was divided into seven administrative districts: Berea, Leribe, Maseru, Mohale's Hoek, Mafeteng, Qacha's Nek and colony was brought under direct authority of Queen Victoria, via the High Commissioner, and run by an Executive Council presided over by a series of Capital: Maseru.
their evangelical outlook. The original Mabilles, the hero and heroine of this book, played no small part in the history of Basutoland and in giving the Basuto their character.
Addle moreover, born in Basutoland inwas a Casalis, daughter of the pioneer missionary, and her mother was a Dyke, another familiar Basutoland missionary name. Well written biography of the Mabilles, an eminent missionary family which helped to shape the history of the Protestant church and the nation during the latter half of the 19 th century.
Mabille was instrumental in establishing Leselinyana newspaper, Morija Printing Works, Morija Sesuto Book Depot, the Normal School (Thabeng), and the Bible. Fitter & M. Masoabi, My Fun Book of Lesotho, by mm, 72 pages, () R ; E.W. Smith, The Mabilles of Basutoland, Facsimile reprint of edition (), by mm, vi + pages, Hardcover, ISBN R The Rev.
Adolphe Mabille (J ) was a noted Swiss missionary who worked for the Paris Evangelical Mission Society in Basutoland (now Lesotho). He became a philologist of Sesotho, an The Mabilles of Basutoland book, and a trusted advisor for external affairs to King Moshoeshoe I, the creator of what became the modem Lesotho state, and to his.
My Life in Basutoland: A Story of Missionary Enterprise in South Africa [Casalis, Eugène] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. My Life in Basutoland: A Story of Missionary Enterprise in South AfricaAuthor: Eugène Casalis. Scott’s book does not cover any of the History that relates to Basutoland during the mid nineteenth century with their Chief Moshoeshoe in conflict with the British, Boers and other native tribes.
A review of that period clarifies the presence of William Grimston’s unit he calls the 2nd Queens. The Mabilles of Basutoland () contains much valuable information on the work of the Paris The Mabilles of Basutoland book Missionary Society in Basutoland. After retirement inSmith was a visiting lecturer on African anthropology and history at the Kennedy School of Missions of Hartford Seminary.
Title: The Book of the Quarter: The Mabilles of Basutoland by Edwin W. Smith Created Date: Z. The Mabilles of Basutoland - Edwin W. Smith. The Mabilles of Basutoland by Edwin W.
Smith describes for the first time the story of M. and Mme. Mabille, of story of this husband and wife is a romantic one of ardent Christian service, of adventure in war and travel.
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From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Section 1. Section 2. Section 3.
Other editions - View all. Laws of Lerotholi Basutoland, Basuto Lerotholl (chief) Snippet view - Common terms and phrases. All Smithsonian museums and Smithsonian Libraries locations continue to be closed to support the effort to contain the spread of COVID We are not announcing a re-opening date at this time and will provide updates on a regular and as-needed by: 9.
Basutoland received its first distinctive stamps ina series engraved and recess printed by Waterlow and Sons, being released on December 1. The stamps, in denominations of ½ d., 1d., 2d., 3d., 4d., 6d., 1/- 2/6, 5/- and 10/- were in a uniform design and depicted a crocodile (the national emblem), with the lofty Drakensberg Mountains.
Basutoland—home of the Basotho people—had been under the nominal control of the Cape Colony (of the British Empire) since (it was a British protectorate from until ), but the territory remained essentially autonomous in the early years of colonial rule, with traditional Basotho authorities wielding effective power.
Only in the late s did Cape authorities attempt to Location: Qalabane, Lesotho. Lesotho (Basutoland), Collection: Colonial Africa in Official Statistics, Volumes Lesotho (Basutoland), While Lesotho was under colonial rule, it was known as Basutoland.
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Basutoland is a native territory under Imperial Government. Inthe country was annexed to the British Empire, though in December, Mosheshue signed a treaty with England, in which the boundaries of his country were defined as the Orange River, from its source to its junction with the Caledon, and a line about thirty miles northeast of.
Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user : This lateth century British map shows Basutoland, as the present-day Kingdom of Lesotho then was known.
A local chief, Moshoeshoe (circa ), laid the basis for modern Lesotho in the s and s by uniting the clans of the small, mountainous country to resist external invaders.
Sometime in the s, he became King Moshoeshoe I. After repeated clashes with the South African Boers. Casalis went out as a missionary to South Africa nearly sixty years ago. In this volume he has put together some of the results of a long and varied experience, and this with a certain vivacity and grace which one does not expect to find in books of this kind.
He is serious enough, where the subject demands seriousness ; but he can laugh, and sometimes laugh at himself, as when he tells the story. Basutoland: see Lesotho Lesotho, officially Kingdom of Lesotho, kingdom ( est. pop.
2,), 11, sq mi (30, sq km), S Africa. It is an enclave within the. The vignette only inscribed BASUTOLAND Offered with a copy of the mock-up for Newfoundland this design was later adopted for the KGVI low values for Dominica & Grenada see (SG & ) £ KGVI Stamp Issues - Coronation. SG 15 - 17 Set UMM £1.
SG 15 - Basutoland, PREFECTURE APOSTOLIC OF.—Basutoland, a mountainous district of South Africa, is bounded on the north and west by the Orange River Colony, on the east by Natal, and on the south by Cape has an area of 10, square miles. The white population is about and natives number aboutThe chief town is Maseru.
Smith, Edwin W. The Mabilles of Basutoland (). Morija Museum and Archives. STEPHEN GRAY (b. Cape Town in ) for several years lectured in English in Johannesburg.
He is the author of Southern African Literature: An Introduction () and in published his Selected Poems (David Philip). A recently discovered manuscript by the French missionary Adolph Mabille () in the Morija Archives, Lesotho, remedies the lack of attention of A History of the Work of Redemption (hwr hereafter), by Jonathan Edwards () in the nineteenth century.
This manuscript found its way from colonial America to Africa through French missionary endeavors in relgious educational training Author: Adriaan C. Neele. Moshoeshoe, also spelled Mshweshwe, Moshweshwe, or Moshesh, original name Lepoqo, (born c. near the upper Caledon River, northern Basutoland [now in Lesotho]—died MaThaba Bosiu, Basutoland), founder and first paramount chief of the Sotho (Basuto, Basotho) nation.
One of the most successful Southern African leaders of the 19th century, Moshoeshoe combined aggressive. Stamp: Lot. Cat. Year: Cond. Description: Price. RAND. SG MLH: 6 stamps of set: £6: fine used: 7 stamps of set: £. Basutoland was a British Crown colony established in due to the Cape Colony's inability to control the territory.
It was divided into seven administrative districts: Berea, Maseru, Mohale's Hoek, Qacha's Nek and Quthing; the colony was brought under direct authority of Queen Victoria, via the High Commissioner, run by an Executive Council presided over by a series of British Resident Capital: Maseru.
Basutoland, the Bechuanaland Protectorate and Swaziland; history of discussions with the Union of South Africa, by Great Britain. Office of Commonwealth Relations. Find answers for the crossword clue: Basutoland, today.
We have 2 answers for this clue. MASERU, Basutoland, May 13 (Renters) -- Paramount Chief Moshoeshoe of Basutoland said today that the territory would seek closer cooperation with South Africa during the period of partial self. Mead, G.
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From all over Basutoland native tribesmen trekked towards Maseru to greet the King and his family. The Royal family's car also received an ovation from the Basuto people and was followed by.
Basutoland, which is a native Territory in South Africa, is bounded on the west by the Orange Free State, on the north by the Orange Free State and Natal, on the east by Natal and East Griqualand, and on the south by the Cape Province.
Its area is 11, square miles. It lies between 2&° 35' and 30° 40' South.Author: Casalis, Eugene, Description: This is the 38th volume in the Africana Collectanea series.
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