Gleanings in Africa; exhibiting a faithful and correct view of the manners and customs of the inhabitants of the Cape of Good Hope and surrounding country. With a full and comprehensive account of the system of agriculture adopted by the Colonists: soil, climate, natural productions etc. interspersed with observations and reflections on the state of slavery in the southern extremity of the African Continent. In a series of letters from an English Officer during the period in which that colony was under the protection of the British government. Illustrated with engravings
New York: Negro Universities Press, 1969. xxi, 320-p., illust. with engravings (repros), reprint of book published by James Cundee in 1806.