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The Subjugation of the Kingdom

  • L. B. B. J. Machobane

Abstract

Through a Treaty with the British Governor, Sir George Napier, in 1843, The British Government recognised the Morena e Moholo Moshoeshoe as the ‘faithful ally of the [Cape of Good Hope] Colony’. The Morena e Moholo Moshoeshoe was entrusted with the responsibility of guarding the Cape Colony borders against Boer Trekker violations, in the wake of the Great Trek, in lieu of which he received an annual gift of £75, in money or in munitions of war.1

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Land Allocation High Commissioner Draft Constitution British Subject Native Affair 
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Notes

  1. 1.
    George McCall Theal, Basutoland Records (hereafter BR) (Cape Town, 1883) vol. 1, pp. 55–6.Google Scholar
  2. 6.
    G. Tylden, The Rise of the Basotho (Cape Town, 1950), pp. 30–1.Google Scholar
  3. 12.
    John Allen Benyon, ‘Basutoland and the High Commission with Particular Reference to the Years 1868–1884: The Changing Nature of the Imperial Government’s “Special Responsibility” for the Territory’ (Ph.D. thesis, University of Oxford, 1968 ) pp. 197–8.Google Scholar
  4. 16.
    Sir Arnold Duncan McNair, The Law of Treaties: British Practice and Opinions (Oxford, 1938) p. 525.Google Scholar
  5. 145.
    Cape of Good Hope. Correspondence Respecting the Affairs of Basutoland 1883 (C. 3708) op. cit., p. 65.Google Scholar

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© L. B. B. J. Machobane 1990

Authors and Affiliations

  • L. B. B. J. Machobane
    • 1
  1. 1.MaseruLesotho

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