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Cheap Reading’, South African Commercial Advertiser, 2 April 1834. 92. Adéle Naudé, Cape Album (Johannesburg: Howard Timmins, 1979), p. 62. 93. See De Verzamelaar, 2 July 1828. For examples of fables and legends, see De Verzamelaar issues of 4 February 1826; 11 February 1826; 18 February 1826; 29 April 1826; and 6 May 1826. 94. Smith, ‘Eastern Hemisphere’, p. 41. 95. ‘Letter from Jan Henneppikker’, De Verzamelaar, 9 September 1826, p. 136; ‘Original Correspondence’, De Verzamelaar, 30 June 1840.

P. 39. 15. Gerald Groenewald, ‘On Not Spreading the Word: Ministers of Religion and Written Culture at the Cape of Good Hope in the 18th Century’, in Written Culture in a Colonial Context: Africa and the Americas, 1500–1900, ed. Adrien Delmas and Nigel Penn (University of Cape Town Press, 2011), pp. 302–23; Vybieke Pieters, ‘Boeken aan de Kaap: een Onderzoek naar de Dessiniaanse Biblioteek in Haar Social-culturele Context’ (doctoral thesis, University of Amsterdam, 1997); P. E. Westra, ‘Boeke en Boekversamelings Tydens die Kompanjiesbewind aan die Kaap’, Quarterly Bulletin of the National Library of South Africa, 65 (2011), pp.

Adrien Delmas and Nigel Penn (University of Cape Town Press, 2011), pp. 302–23; Vybieke Pieters, ‘Boeken aan de Kaap: een Onderzoek naar de Dessiniaanse Biblioteek in Haar Social-culturele Context’ (doctoral thesis, University of Amsterdam, 1997); P. E. Westra, ‘Boeke en Boekversamelings Tydens die Kompanjiesbewind aan die Kaap’, Quarterly Bulletin of the National Library of South Africa, 65 (2011), pp. 42–50. 16. Archie L Dick, The Hidden History of South Africa’s Book and Reading Cultures (University of Toronto Press, 2012), p.

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