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Cape Colony reconnaissance series. Orange River mouth
Southern Africa comprising Cape Colony, Natal & c. with Orange River Free States
Calabar and Bonny Rivers. From an Original Survey by Capt. William Newton, Late of the Port of Bristol, communicated by Mr Pocock
A new and accurate map of Negroland and the Adjacent Countries; also Upper Guinea showing the principal European Settlements, and distinguishing those belonging to England, Denmark and Holland. The Sea Coast and some of the Rivers being drawn from Su
Cape Government Railways. Plan showing approximate route of light railway from Touws River St. to Sutherland via Pienaar's Kloof, Koedoos Berg & Verlaten Kloof, to accompany report by E. George A. Schèle A.M.I.C.E Engineer in Charge of Survey dated 31 Aug
Route of the Trek Boers from Pretoria to the Cunene River, 1875 to 1879
Sketch map of the country between the Kowie and the Chalumna Rivers showing the Fingo and Kafir locations, general lay of the country &c, &c
Cape of Good Hope, Umtata River
Plan of that portion of the demarcated Zitzikamma forests situated between the Storms River and Blaauw Kranz River in the Division of Humansdorp
Cape of Good Hope, St. John's River (Umzimvubu)
Sketch of the Territories on the Vaal River to accompany the Award of His Excellency R.W. Keate Esqre Lieut. Governor of Natal in the arbitration between the S.A. Republic & the Batlapin Baralong & Bangoakelze Native tribes and Nicholas Waterboer, paramou
Eastern frontier of the Colony of the Cape of  Good Hope, ( and part of Kafirland) from Algoa Bay to the Great Kei River
Umtamvuna River to Tugela River
Plan of the country between Great & Little Fish Rivers
Wyld's Eastern South Africa from the River Limpopo to Algoa Bay embracing the Transvaal, Bechuanaland and Stellaland. Orange Free State, Natal, Zulu and Griqualand West shewing the British settlements and native locations
Compilation of Vaal River. Section A, Warrenton to Prospect Farm
Map of the Cape Government Railways, the Royal Mail Route of the Orange River Colony, Tranvaal and Rhodesia
(1) A Map of the River Gambia from its Mouth to Eropina by Capt. John Leach in 1732 -- (2) ... Gambia from Eropina to Barra Kunda ... 1732

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