Excerpt from From Naboth's Vineyard: Being Impressions Formed During a Fourth Visit to South Africa Undertaken at the Request of the Tribune Newspaper
These letters from South Africa, chiefly written in the first half of 1906, are the outcome of a visit made to the sub-continent at the invitation of Mr. Franklin Thomasson, M.P., Governing Director of the London Tribune. "We venture to entertain the hope," wrote the Directorate, "that you are willing to proceed, in the interests of the Tribune, to South Africa in order to report in the spirit of a well-informed, broad-minded, reflective observer upon the various phases of the very delicate and difficult situation there existing.
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