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  • New Student's Reference Work (1914) Johannesburg 81616The New Student's Reference Work (1914) — Johannesburg Johan′nesburg, a town in Transvaal
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  • 1922 Encyclopædia Britannica Johannesburg 7717591922 Encyclopædia Britannica — Johannesburg Johannesburg, Transvaal, S. Africa (see 15.431). At
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 15 Johannesburg 7339701911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 15 — Johannesburg Johannesburg, a city of the Transvaal and
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  • Volume 11 — Germiston Germiston, a town of the Transvaal, 9 m. E. of Johannesburg. Pop. of the municipality (1904) 29,477, of whom 9123 were whites. It
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  • General Smuts' Speech (Before 10-1-1908) Ram Sundar (Before 10-1-1908) Johannesburg Letter (Before 10-1-1908) Interview to "The Star" (10-L-1908) Last Message
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  • ViviersHendrikViviersViviers,_HendrikDepartment of Religion University of Johannesburg Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa hviviers@uj.ac.za The Second Christ, Saint
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  • of 1 (1-6-1907) Unrest in India (1-6-1907) Indian Princes (1-6-1907) Johannesburg Letter (1-6-1907) Servants of India (1-6-1907) Telegram to Tayob (1-6-1907)
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  • Gandhi Speech at the Johannesburg Banquet 1575555Mahatma Gandhi, his life, writings and speeches — Speech at the Johannesburg BanquetMohandas K. Gandhi
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  • College, Oxford. Headmaster of St John’s College, Johannesburg. Missionary of the S.P.G. in Johannesburg. This author wrote articles for the 1911 Encyclopædia
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  • Saint — Jerusalem, p. 970 Jet — Jews, p. 971 Jews, p. 972 Joachim — Johannesburg, p. 973 John — John III, p. 974 John I — Johnson, p. 975 Johnson — Johnston
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  • gradually westward from the Drakensberg. That part of the plateau east of Johannesburg is from 5000 to 6400 ft. high; the western and somewhat larger half is
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  • Speech at the Johannesburg Banquet ...          ...          ...          ...          ...          ...          ...          ...          ...          
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  • Volunteer Corps (18-11-1905) Treatment of Indians at the Point (18-11-1905) Johannesburg Location (18-11-1905) Instructions Regarding Permits to Transvaal Indians
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  • (23-2-1907) Natal Municipal Bill (23-2-1907) Johannesburg Letter (23-2-1907) Ethical Religion VIII (23-2-1907) Johannesburg Letter (26-2-1907) Letter to Chhaganlal
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  • CHAPTER XV PLAGUE DAYS The early part of 1904 was marked by unusual rain. Johannesburg was simply drenched. For seventeen days together the clouds hung low
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  • CHAPTER I THE BATTERIES ON THE REEF October, 1908. This is written in Johannesburg. The Fort, used as the prison, with its great mounds of earth, originally
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  • invested largely in real property in the neighbourhood of Johannesburg, where he floated the Johannesburg Waterworks and Exploration Company. The mines more
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  • Muljibhai G. Patel-I (4-8-1908) Trial of Twelve "Hawkers" (4-8-1908) Johannesburg Letter (5-8-1908) Letter to W. Hosken (5-8-1908) Letter to A. Cartwright
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  • Volume 4 — Boksburg Boksburg, a town of the Transvaal, 14 m. E. of Johannesburg by rail. Pop. of the municipality (1904) 14,757, of whom 4175 were whites
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  • the 1st Respondents:  Ms GCM Masemola instructed by the State Attorney, Johannesburg. For the Amicus Curiae: Mr D Davis instructed by Wits Law Clinic.
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