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The Peace Negotiations

Between the Governments of the South African Republic and the Orange Free State, and the Representatives of the British Government, which terminated in the Peace concluded at Vereeniging on the 31st May, 1902

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Author: J.D. Kestell
Co-author: D.E. van Velden
Published: 1912
Language: English
Wordcount: 74,167 / 218 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 45.4
LoC Categories: , K
Downloads: 899
Added to site: 2008.12.14
mnybks.net#: 22871
Origin: gutenberg.org
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ce Negotiations between Boer and Briton in South Africa) is now placed before the Public.

Though the greatest care has been taken to ensure that the translation conveys to the reader exactly what the Dutch original contains, the latter remains the official record, from the Boer side, of the Peace Negotiations. The translator accepts all responsibility for the English translation.

In anticipation of any critical remarks that may be made, it is only due to state that the addition to the English translation of a few facsimiles of original documents and the few verbal improvements are by no means due to a desire to differentiate between the publications in the two languages, but are merely the improvements which, as every author knows, suggests themselves and are rendered possible by the publication of a later edition.

The Reader will not always find the translation of the speeches in idiomatic English, but it may be pointed out that in most cases that defect is due to the translator having a

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