A British Borderland

Service And Sport In Equatoria

WILSON, Captain H. A.

WILSON, Captain H. A. A British Borderland Service And Sport In Equatoria

John Murray, 1913.

First edition. 8vo. Publisher's red cloth lettered and with vignette in gilt. Author's compliments slip laid in. Eighteen photographic reproductions and a folding map. A near fine copy, spine a little darkened.

Captain Wilson tells the story of a soldier's life an experience in East Africa, or Equatoria, as he ingeniously names the uplands, in a style which leaves nothing to be desired. He pleasantly touches on the opportunities afforded by the country to travellers and sportsmen and settlers. (Introduction)

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