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In 1868 he was engaged by a British commercial firm to investigate the newly-discovered gold fields of Tati and "Matabililand" north of the Limpopo. A VIVID firsthand account of the Matabele nation's rebellion against Cecil Rhodes's settlers in 1895, three years after the founding of modern Bulawayo.His prospecting expeditions, which took him as far as the Hartley Hills, 60 miles from present day Salisbury (now Harare), provide the material for this book. Frederick Courteney Selous, one of southern Africa's greatest men of the early veld, was born into an intellectual and prosperous English family (his father was Chairman of the London Stock Exchange) in 1851, and at the age of 19 sailed for Africa to become an elephant hunter, an occupation at which he excelled from the beginning. Dust jacket design based on Ellerton Fry photo 1890 Column in laager, with bust of author superimposed; new Publishers' Intro.Interested in meeting cute ladies Am a slim tall guy approximately 130cm Am 34years looking for a man. I'm hardworking funloving and very caring was traditionallyvmarried but divorced Hair colour black but usually having human hair. I like dressing formally or smart casual orgenerally a quite a gentleman who is caring and loving. He writes lovingly of his fellow-riders, and of his animals. Big George Pauling came to South Africa from Britain at the age of 20, founded Pauling & Co.
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Selous was killed in Tanganyika in 1917, at the age of 65, while serving with the Royal Fusiliers. Stanley Portal Hyatt came to Africa to seek his fortune during the 1890s, drove supply wagons through the virgin veld for some ten years of unremitting toil and was rewarded, eventually, with little more than fond memories, financial ruin and ill-health. ISBNs 0 86920 004 6 (standard) and 0 86920 005 4 (de luxe).
Hyatt writes fluently and knowledgeably about life on "The Road", about the unspoilt and sometimes savagely inhospitable countryside of early Rhodesia, about the skills and courage needed to get the wagons through. AN OUTSTANDING autobiography by a colourful and dynamic late-Victorian engineer who won international repute for his accomplishments, not least of which was the building of many of southern Africa's major railway links.
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