Reminiscences of a South African Pioneer

by William Charles Henry Scully

Having lived for upwards of forty-five years in South Africa usually inparts remote from those settled areas which have attained a measure ofcivilization and having been a wide wanderer in my early days, it hasbeen my fortune to witness many interesting events and to be broughtinto contact with many strong men. Occasionally, as in the case of theearlier discoveries of gold and diamonds, I have drifted, a pipkinamong pots, close to the centre around which the immediate interests ofthe country seemed to revolve.

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